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Alice in Comicland HC
(IDW Publishing)

Some of the greatest comic book artists ever to put pen to paper tumble down the rabbit hole for their own unique look at Lewis Carroll's famous creation! Walt Kelly, Alex Toth, Dan DeCarlo, George Carlson, MAD men Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis and Dave Berg, and many more visit Wonderland! You'll be astonished to see Alice gruesomely starring in the banned horror comic book stories of the 1950s, as the basis of a romance comic, riding on a flying saucer, meeting Santa Claus, as a teeny-bopper, hanging out with famous comic characters The fascinating-sometimes bizarre-comics, the rare original art, a special introduction by Mark Burstein, president of Lewis Carroll Society of North America, and a revealing foreword by award-winning comics historian Craig Yoe make this book truly a wonder! Alice in Comicland will leave you grinning like the Cheshire cat! [(W/A) Walt Kelly & Various (CA) John Tenniel]

SRP: $29.99 Your Price: $25.49

Walt Kelly, John Stanley, Dan Noon, and more (w & a) These wonderful Christmas comics from the Golden Age of Comics will warm the hearts of children of all ages. Top cartoonists like Walt "Pogo" Kelly, John "Little Lulu" Stanley, Dan Noonan, and many more penned the funny, heartwarming comics in this beautiful collection. You'll meet elves, reindeer, talking snowmen and funny animals-and, of course, Santa Claus himself-in terrific stories that will provide a sense of wonder for kids, Moms, Dads, Uncles, and Aunts.

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $29.74

Our Gang Vol. 04: 1946-1947 SC
(Fantagraphics Books)

Created in 1946 and 1947, these stories show Walt Kelly refining the style that would serve him so well for his later masterpiece - Pogo. Much of this fourth volume is taken up with an extended four-part cycle of stories -- almost a graphic novel, really! - in which Froggie and the Gang (including Julip the Goat) ship out with Professor Gravy on his showboat for an engagement downriver, which results in a series of action-packed adventures involving fisticuffs, gunfire, fireworks, and horse thieves!

SRP: $14.99 Your Price: $12.74

In addition to presenting all of 1955 and 1956's daily Pogo strips for the first time anywhere, Pogo: The Syndicated Comic Strips Vol. 4 also contains all 104 Sunday strips from these two years in full color for the first time since their original appearance in Sunday newspaper sections 60 years ago! Plus the usual in-depth annotations, samples of Kelly's work scanned from original art, and a whole lot more! And, for the holidays, we're also releasing a handsome slipcased set of this volume and Vol. 3. Box Set (x2)

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $63.75

This season, we also present a gift boxed set of 2018's Vol. 5 and the new Vol. 6, just in time for the holidays! In Volume 5, the Okefenokee gang try to dig a canal to compete with the Suez!

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $60.00

(W/A) Walt Kelly Foreword by Jimmy Breslin Our first volume (of 12) collects approximately the first two years of Pogo dailies and, for the first time, full-color Sundays. First created in the 1940's, Pogo blended nonsense language, poetry, and socio-political satire, presaging later strips such as Doonesbury and The Boondocks. Special features in this premiere volume include a biographical introduction, an extensive glossary by comics historian R.C. Harvey and a foreword by legendary columnist Jimmy Breslin.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Following the best selling Pogo Volume 1, this new volume finds Walt Kelly at the peak of his powers and features page after page of gorgeously drawn vaudevillian dialogue and action whilst introducing a host of new characters to the swamp. Created during the 1952 political season, Bona Fide Balderdash also features Kelly's acidic political satire and reprints, for the first time ever in full color, two full years of Sunday pages plus extensive historical annotation by comic strip historian R.C. Harvey and an introduction by Stan Freberg. [(W/A/CA) Walt Kelly]

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Volume 6 presents all 104 Sunday Pogo strips from 1959-1960 in full-color for the first time since their original appearance. Albert Alligator and Beauregard Bugleboy fend off a man-from-Mars, and Howland Owl investigates Communist espionage in the postal system. Then, its election time and Okefenokee Swamp gets a new presidential candidate, Fremount the Bugboy, sparking a political debate about just who can be president - maybe even a woman! With an introduction by Jim Garfield Davis and supplementary features by comics historians R.C. Harvey, Maggie Thompson, and Mark Evanier.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $31.99

In addition to presenting all of 1957 and 1958's daily Pogo strips complete in order for the first time, Pogo: The Syndicated Comic Strips Vol. 5 also contains all 104 Sunday strips from these two years, in lush full color for the first time in 60 years! Pogo Vol. 5 also includes a foreword by lifelong Pogo fan and CNN anchor Jake Tapper plus the usual in-depth Swamp Talk annotations by R.C. Harvey, spectacular samples of Kelly's work scanned from original art, and a whole lot more!

SRP: $45.00 Your Price: $38.25

An attractive slipcased gift box set containing the first two volumes in Fantagraphics' best selling Pogo reprint series for the budget minded customer. offered again from Fantagraphics Books [(W/A/CA) Walt Kelly]

SRP: $69.99 Your Price: $59.49

In addition to presenting all of 1955 and 1956's daily Pogo strips for the first time anywhere, Pogo: The Syndicated Comic Strips Vol. 4 also contains all 104 Sunday strips from these two years in full color for the first time since their original appearance in Sunday newspaper sections 60 years ago! Plus the usual in-depth annotations, samples of Kelly's work scanned from original art, and a whole lot more! Foreword by Neil Gaiman.

SRP: $45.00 Your Price: $38.25

Before achieving international fame as the creator of Pogo, Walt Kelly illustrated numerous fairy tales and nursery rhymes for Dell Comics in the 1940s. Featuring selections from Fairy Tale Parade, Four Color Comics, Raggedy Ann and Andy, and Santa Claus Funnies, this volume exemplifies the legacy of one of comics' greatest masters. Includes a foreword by author John E. Petty and a preface by editor David W. Tosh.

SRP: $49.99 Your Price: $42.49

Walt Kelly, Disney animator on Dumbo, Fantasia, Snow White, and Pinocchio and the creator of the Pogo comic strip, created beautiful action-packed fairy tale comic book stories from his own incredible imagination and ones based on The Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson classics. Comic fans of all ages will thrill to stories of witches, princesses, giants, dragons, fairy queens, elves, and goblins. Enjoy fairy tale classics like The Emperor's New Clothes, The Gingerbread Man, The Wise Men of Gotham, The Lost Prince, and Cinderella (published eight years before the Disney Classic) in this gorgeous collection.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Reprints the first 16 complete Peter Wheat comic books; in-depth essay by comics historian and Walt Kelly expert Dr. Thomas Andrae; afterword by Trina Robbins. Special by order only Diamond edition, hardcover with endpapers, printed laminated cover and dustjacket, to fit into your library with Hermes Press' Walt Kelly's Pogo The Complete Dell Comics Collection. Walt Kelly's Peter Wheat comics are renowned for their humor, artistic flair and appeal to both children and adults. The Peter Wheat comic books are extremely are and have never been collected as a series before, due to their scarcity and rarity. Between 1948 and 1951, Kelly drew thirty-five issues of The Adventures of Peter Wheat, a sixteen page comic book given away to bakeries to promote Peter Wheat bread. The stories were fairy tales starring Peter Wheat, an elf-sized boy who lived in a hollow tree on the edge of a wheat field where he and the Little Folk battle Dragonel, Queen of the Hornets. While created with kids in mind the mythology spun in these stories is timeless. Coupled with Kelly's incredible artwork, this series of stories, which run in arcs, are indispensable in Walt Kelly's canon of work, commented Dr. Thomas Andrae, editor of this series.

Publisher Dan Herman tells us more about this exciting new collection in an Exclusive Interview!

SRP: $60.00 Your Price: $51.00

Walt Kelly's Peter Wheat comics are renowned for their humor, artistic flair and appeal to both children and adults. The Peter Wheat comic books are extremely are and have never been collected as a series before, due to their scarcity and rarity. Between 1948 and 1951, Kelly drew thirty-five issues of The Adventures of Peter Wheat, a 16-page comic book given away to bakeries to promote Peter Wheat bread. The stories were fairy tales starring Peter Wheat, an elf-sized boy who lived in a hollow tree on the edge of a wheat field where he and the Little Folk battle Dragonel, Queen of the Hornets. Reprints the first 16 complete Peter Wheat comic books; in-depth essay by comics historian and Walt Kelly expert Dr. Thomas Andrae; afterword by Trina Robbins. Available in Softcover and a PREVIEWS Exclusive Hardcover edition.

Publisher Dan Herman tells us more about this exciting new collection in an Exclusive Interview!

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $29.74


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