The Adventures of Barry Ween, Boy Genius

 AOBH   (Image, 1999)

ô and ©1999 Jud Winick

Whoa! Einstein has nothing on little Barry! He had already figured out how to set the clock on the VCR before the doctor spanked his newborn butt. Unfortunately, his path to future greatness starts with an adolescence thatís almost frighteningly normal.

Hampered in his research by less-than-brilliant parents, Barry performs most of his experiments in the mundane surroundings of his basement. But, like most great inventors, his projects often result in catastrophic accidents. Luckily, Barry does his best thinking under pressure, whether he has simply blown up the microwave or ripped a hole in the space/time continuum. The fate of the world, or even the universe, may be hanging by a thread, but somehow Barry always manages to put things right, often with the reluctant help of his best friend Jeremy. One can only imagine what things will be like when these two hit puberty.

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