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Jeremy and Dad: A Zits Tribute-ish to Fathers and Sons (Zits Treasury) by Jim Borgmancollection
Jeremy and Mom: A Zits Retrospective You Should Definitely Buy for Your Mom (Zits Treasury) by Jerry Scottcollection
Lust and Other Uses for Spare Hormones: A Zits Look At Relationships by Jerry Scottcollection
Pierced: A Zits Close-Up (Zits Sketchbook) by Jim Borgmancollection
Zits: Zits Sketchbook #1 by Jerry Scottbook 1
Growth Spurt: Zits Sketchbook #2 by Jerry Scottbook 2
Don't Roll Your Eyes At Me, Young Man!: Zits Sketchbook #3 by Jerry Scottbook 3
Are We An 'Us'?: Zits Sketchbook #4 by Jerry Scottbook 4
Zits Unzipped: Zits Sketchbook #5 by Jerry Scottbook 5
Busted! Zits Sketchbook #6 by Jim Borgmanbook 6
Road Trip!: Zits Sketchbook #7 by Jim Borgmanbook 7
Teenage Tales: Zits Sketchbook #8 by Jim Borgmanbook 8
Thrashed: Zits Sketchbook #9 by Jerry Scottbook 9
Pimp My Lunch: Zits Sketchbook #10 by Jim Borgmanbook 10
Are We Out of the Driveway Yet?: Zits Sketchbook #11 by Jerry Scottbook 11
Rude, Crude, and Tattooed: Zits Sketchbook #12 by Jim Borgmanbook 12
You're Making That Face Again: Zits Sketchbook #13 by Jerry Scottbook 13
Drive!: Zits Sketchbook #14 by Jerry Scottbook 14
Zombie Parents: and Other Hopes for a More Perfect World: Zits Sketchbook #15 by Jerry Scottbook 15
Humongous Zits: A Zits Treasury by Jerry Scottomnibus books 1-2
Big Honkin' Zits: A Zits Treasury by Jerry Scottomnibus books 3-4
Zits Supersized: A Zits Treasury by Jim Borgmanomnibus books 5-6
Random Zits: A Zits Treasury by Jerry Scottomnibus books 7-8
Crack of Noon: A Zits Treasury by Jerry Scottomnibus books 9-10
Alternative Zits: A Zits Treasury by Jim Borgmanomnibus books 11-12
My Bad: A Zits Treasury by Jim Borgmanomnibus books 13-14
Triple Shot, Double Pump, No Whip Zits: A Zits Treasury by Jerry Scottomnibus books 15-16

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Recommendations

  1. Zits En Concert (Zits Treasury) by Jerry Scott (2013)
  2. Who's Up for Some Bonding? A FoxTrot Collection by Bill Amend (2003)
  3. Briefcase Full of Baby Blues by Rick Kirkman (2007)
  4. Striking a Chord by Lynn Johnston (2005)
  5. Peace, Love & Wi-Fi: A ZITS Treasury by Jim Borgman (2014)
  6. Surfer Safari: The Tenth Sherman's Lagoon Collection by Jim Toomey (2005)
  7. Stone Soup The Comic Strip: The Third Collection of the Syndicated Cartoon by Jan Eliot (2001)
  8. Sunday Brunch: The Best of Zits Sundays by Jim Borgman (2011)
  9. Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat by Bill Watterson (1994)
  10. The Get Fuzzy Experience by Darby Conley (2003)
  11. I Want to Be the Kitty! by Patrick McDonnell (2003)
  12. Bless This Home Office... With Tax Credits (An Adam Collection) by Brian Basset (1997)
  13. Bring Me The Head Of Willy The Mailboy! by Scott Adams (1995)
  14. Life Begins At 6:40 (An Adam Collection) by Brian Basset (1993)
  15. Groovitude by Darby Conley (2002)

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