Here it is! Episodes I and II of Jayson Scott Musson's Too Black for B.E.T. finally collected into a single volume. 36 black and white posters that teem with art magic! It's as if Musson made a pact with Satan, and Satan, taking a liking to Mr. Musson, gave the artist dark powers which no mortal should possess. Gasp in terror as you are pulled into a world of moral relativism and self-obsession so demented that it borders on the realm of Tolkien-esque fantasy. Too Black for B.E.T.: Episodes I and II sport an elegant matte finish that's so elegant you'll need Mr. Belvedere, Jeffery from the Fresh Prince of Bel Aire, and Batman's butler Alfred to give you a high class hand job (or satisfactory fingerlingus) in order to feel worthy of touching the book. Oh, the book is really funny too. And there's also stuff about politics in it too. But mostly, Too Black for B.E.T. is just some crazy ass shit. The best toilet reading passing as art since the Bible!