Manfried the Man

Manfried the Man Review

In this hilarious graphic novel, the roles of cats and humans are reversed, putting humanoid felines in charge of tiny, dimwitted little man-pets.

Manfried is a stray taken in by Steve Catson, a slacker with a dead-end job and nonexistent love life. Soon Manfried becomes the Garfield to Steve’s Jon Arbuckle: lazy, selfish, and sometimes maddening in his weird human behavior. Yet the pair depends on each other to get through life’s troubles. When Manfried runs away, Steve musters his meager resources to find his best man-friend and bring him home safe. Ultimately, both Steve and Manfried realize they’re capable of so much more than they thought.

Title:Manfried the Man
Edition Language:English

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  • karen

    this is a graphic novel in which the world of Man and the world of Cat do a freaky friday switcheroo and things get weird.there are parts of this book that are five stars, no question, but as a whole,...

  • Erica

    I think my brain is way too literal to be able to appreciate this properly.There were a couple of panels that made me giggle or do the little, "Awww," but for the most part, I got distracted by the ha...

  • Chihoe Ho

    It took a little while getting used seeing cats as humans and men as pets. I'm actually surprised it took so long for someone to put this onto paper and turn it into a comic so thank you Caitlin Major...

  • Megan (ReadingRover)

    The concept of this graphic novel is fantastic! Basically it’s a world where cats and humans have reversed roles. Cats work, drive and have pet human men! The men are naked, domesticated, little pet...

  • Ferial Fattahi

    It was a great read!...

  • Miriam Smith

    Won in the Goodreads Giveaways - looks a fun and interesting read!...

  • Cherie

    Disclosure: I recieved an Advanced Reading Copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Based on the book’s description and the introduction, I had expected the book to be humo...

  • Elaine HowlinBooks

    I think any cat lover would appreciate this book but for me, it could have been better.There was too much focus on Steve (the cat) instead of Manfried (the man) where I think the most potential for h...

  • Ashlee Null

    Not quite sure what I just read but I think I enjoyed it? ...

  • Kelly

    Better in small doses, maybe? (Check out the tumblr.)(Full disclosure: I received a free ARC for review through Goodreads.)We’re trying to get volunteers to take part in the annual man count so we c...