TITLE: ET TU, BABE
AUTHOR: MARK LEYNER
PUBLISHER: HARMONY; 168 PAGES; $17
THE BOTTOM LINE: Channel surfing reaches the printed page, with a hyperactive eruption of "Huh, whazzat?" humor.
YOU WOULDN'T CALL MARK Leyner's latest comic train wreck a great read, but it sure is a helluva flip. In fact, reading in the stodgy, outdated sense of paging slowly and attentively through a book isn't how you interface with Leyner's hyperactive folderol. His stuff is a product rushed to the shelves to fill a marketing need: selling books to people who, a generation of hotshot young editors earnestly believes, won't and...