When it comes to drawings of peckers, nobody does it better than David Goldberg. Known for his drawings of trouser trouts in "Superbad," Goldberg compiled his many drawings to bring to readers, "Superbad: The Drawings." Along with a foreward by his brother Seth Goldberg and actor Seth Rogen, Goldberg has created a haven for 82 original drawings of pocket rockets.
The many shlongs take on roles ranging from Frankenstein to Zeus himself. Each scene showcases wangs instead of people and objects. Many famous scenes were drawn with wankers taking part in history such as the sinking of the Titanic, the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the rising of the American flag in Iwo Jima and even a good old-fashioned beheading.
The firm worm not only stars in Goldberg's version of "Alien," "Space Wars," "Karate Kid" and "Dr. Strangelove," but also shines as the new lead in"Superbad" itself. Unique meat muffins breathe new life into character studies which include, but is not limited to, a psychiatrist, a skateboarder, a Native American, a magician, Vikings and Romans.
An aquarium of peckerwood fish and a menorah made of eight willie candles are accompanied by a marionette johnson and a cyborg tubesteak in this diverse book of one-eyed monsters.
My advice to "Superbad" fans is if you enjoyed the peter jokes in the movie and in this article, pick up Goldberg's grand book of phalluses to pass around parties and help introduce the world to the newest art category: "phallographics."