Out of print.
A great collection of 26 short wordless comic stories about men (named alphabetically from Albert to Zoltan) and their trials and tribulations with the opposite sex.
By popular French animator and comic memoirist Guy Delisle (Pyongyang, Burma Chronicles, Jerusalem, Louis au Ski).
Limbs are swapped and pants are dropped in Albert and the Others, a collection of wordless strips that expose the pleasures, pitfalls, and perversities of masculinity. In this companion volume to Aline and the Others (2006), Guy Delisle delves deep into the male psyche and emerges with twenty-six alphabetically arranged strips, named after the men who tumble through the pages. These elastic protagonists risk damnation and dismemberment in a series of improbable slapstick relationships with women, which veer from the titillating to the downright macabre.