We mentioned earlier the forthcoming Awesome 2: Awesomer from Top Shelf. Now it exists, in real life, where one can touch and fondle in whatever manner one deems necessary, provided it is in the privacy of one's own home and not in front of my apartment like that drifter and the Charlie Brown pillowcase he keeps in his pants.
Anyway, this 208-page anthology is designed by Jon Adams with a cover by Jeff Smith and back cover by Roger Langridge. Jon also contributes three short stories (one drawn by Rob Goodin and a second by Rob Walton). Also, there's a mini comic inside! Here's what the book looks like if you were to stand it on end, then open it, then skip past all the comics to the mini comic.
And here's the complete short story Rob Walton illustrated. It features several characters (who absolutely don't belong to Disney) learning all about copyright. (If the pictures are too small to read, that's because you haven't clicked on them.)