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  1. Moomin: Volume 2: The Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip - Book Free Shipping

    In the second volume of Tove Jansson's humorous yet melancholic "Moomin" comic strip, we get four new stories about jealousy, competition, child rearing, and self-reinvention. The Moomins try to hibernate in the fashion of their ancestors but insomnia places them smack-dab into a winter carnival with the winter-sports-loving Mr. Brisk. The fickle and eternally lovestruck Mymble and Snorkmaiden find themselves in competition over a thrilling new man. Moominmamma meets her new neighbor, the Fillyjonk, causing her to hire the depressed and secretive Misabel as her new maid. Mymble's mother arrives on the Moomin family's doorstep with her seventeen new children. Finally, a prophet arrives on the scene declaring that the happy Moomins are in fact not happy at all and need to get back to nature and be free. Moomin, of course, becomes more and more miserable the freer he gets.

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  2. Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography - Book Free Shipping

    "It has the thoroughness of a history book yet reads with the personalized vision of a novel." -"Time"""Chester Brown reinvents the comic-book medium to create the critically acclaimed historical biography "Louis Riel," winning the Harvey Awards for best writing and best graphic novel for his compelling, meticulous, and dispassionate retelling of the charismatic, and perhaps insane, nineteenth-century Metis leader. Brown coolly documents with dramatic subtlety the violent rebellion on the Canadian prairie led by Riel, who some regard a martyr who died in the name of freedom, while others consider him a treacherous murderer.

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  3. Comic Strip Conversations - Book Free Shipping

    Carol Gray combines stick-figures with "conversation symbols"" to illustrate what people say and think during conversations. Showing what people are thinking reinforces that others have independent thoughts - a concept autism spectrum children don't intuitively understand. Children can also recognize that, although people say one thing, they may think something quite different - another concept foreign to "concrete-thinking"" children. Children can draw their own "comic strips"" to show what they are thinking and feeling about events or people. Different colours can represent different states of mind. These deceptively simple "comic strips"" can reveal as well as convey quite a lot of substantive information.

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  4. Spurs: The Official Comic Strip History - Book Free Shipping

    The story of the Spurs is brought to vivid life on the hand-drawn pages of this beautifully illustrated book. From being the last non-league winner of the FA Cup in 1901 through to the amazing Double season of 1960/61 and the famous European triumphs in the 60s, 70s and 80s Tottenham's history is full of glory. The players and events that have made the club so special are brought to vivid life in this wonderful gift for any Spurs fan. The Comic Strip History Series: Wonderfully hand-drawn by former Roy of the Rovers illustrator Bob Bond, The Comic Strip History series brings the history of England's biggest and most illustrious football clubs to life in the true spirit of the great British football comics. With balls flying in to top corners accompanied by a great big 'WOOSH!', witty comments in speech bubbles from the crowd and cups aplenty being lifted by modern-day legends and heroes of yore, these books make history come to life in a way that is authoratitive yet entertaining.

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  5. Wallace & Gromit: The Complete Newspaper Comic Strip Collection, Volume 4 - Book Free Shipping

    Embargoed to 1st October, Simultaneous ReleaseThe continuing daily comic-strip adventures of Wallace, the world's most famous inventor, andGromit his ever faithful and resourceful canine companion. Packed with jokes, gags and gadgets.Appearing every day in The Sun, the UK's biggest selling national newspaper with a readership of over2.5 million, the Wallace & Gromit comic strip, now in its 4th year, is one of the most read comic strips inthe world. This volume collects the entire second year's worth of material and features scripts written anddrawn by some of the best names working in British comics today.

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  6. Comic Strip Conversations by Carol Gray

    Carol Gray combines stick-figures with "conversation symbols" to illustrate what people say and think during conversations. Showing what people are thinking reinforces that others have independent thoughts - a concept spectrum children don't intuitively understand. Children can also recognize that, although people say one thing, they may think something quite different - another concept foreign to "concrete-thinking" children. Children can draw their own "comic strips" to show what they are thinking and feeling about events or people. Different colors can represent different states of mind. These deceptively simple comic strips can reveal as well as convey quite a lot of substantive information.

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  7. Rip Kirby, Volume 2: The First Modern Detective Complete Comic Strips 1948-1951 - Book Free Shipping

    While investigating crimes on both sides of the Atlantic, the urbane detective encounters beautiful and conniving women, menacing men, jewel thieves, pickpockets, ex-Nazis, rich debutantes, spoiled heirs, kleptomaniac mothers, small town gossips, a fake Yogi named "The Great You," his recurring nemesis - the Mangler - and more than a murder or two. Meanwhile, the tension builds in his love triangle with Honey Dorian and Pagan Lee. The second volume of Alex Raymond's modernist classic Rip Kirby contains nearly three years of strips, from December 6, 1948 through September 22, 1951, all drawn in Raymond's incredibly lush style. Edited and designed by Eisner Award-winner Dean Mullaney, with a biographical and historical essay by Brian Walker, and an introduction by Howard Chaykin. -The Library of American Comics is the world's #1 publisher of classic newspaper comic strips, with 14 Eisner Award nominations and three wins for best book. LOAC has become "the gold standard for archival comic strip reprints... The research and articles provide insight and context, and most importantly the glorious reproduction of the material has preserved these strips for those who knew them and offers a new gateway to adventure for those discovering them for the first time." - Scoop

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  8. Laugh 'n' Learn Spanish: Featuring the #1 Comic Strip "For Better or for Worse" - Book Free Shipping

    Pictures and humor help readers build their Spanish language skillsTo its millions of fans, the Pattersons are just like their own families, facing universal issues among daily concerns. Containing a selection of 100 syndicated Spanish-language versions of the strip that is widely read in Latin America, "Laugh 'n' Learn Spanish "provides an entertaining and effective way to expand and polish conversational skills in Spanish.Readers learn by understanding and learning natural, everyday verbal interactions at home and about town, following John and Ell Patterson as they attempt to come to terms with middle age; daughter Elizabeth as she spreads her wings and goes off to college; son Michael dating and then marrying his childhood sweetheart, Deanna; daughter April as she rebels against discipline, anther grandpa who finds a second love in the autumn of his life. Each strip is graded by difficulty—Beginning, Moderate, or Challenging—and is accompanied by: Glosses that translate difficult vocabulary Usage notes to build proficiency A summarizing activity that tests comprehension Additional exercises for key idioms and word patterns appear at the end of each section

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  9. The Definitive Betty Boop: The Classic Comic Strip Collection - Book Free Shipping

    Before Marilyn and Madonna, Betty booped and wriggled her way into hearts worldwide with her unique mix of wide-eyed innocence and powerful cartoon sensuality. Although she made her film debut as a curvaceous canine cabaret singer in the Max Fleischer short "Dizzy Dishes "on August 9, 1930, Betty Boop remains animation's first leading lady and a glamorous international icon.This beautiful volume collects Betty's adventures as they appeared in the funny pages of daily newspapers in the 1930's, capturing all the cheeky fun embodied by the character.

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  10. Comic-Strip Math: Problem Solving: 80 Reproducible Cartoons with Dozens and Dozens of Story Problems That Motivate Students and Build Essential Math S Free Shipping

    Math + Comics = Learning That's Fun! Help students build essential math skills and meet math standards with 80 laugh-out-loud comic strips and companion mini-story problems. Each reproducible comic and problem set reinforces a key math skill: multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, measurement, geometry, and more. Great to use for small-group or independent class work and for homework! For use with Grades 3-6.

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  11. Laughing Legends: How the Comic Strip Club Changed the Face of Comedy - Book Free Shipping

    Once in a lifetime a venue comes along that changes show business dramatically, that fosters growth and camaraderie, experimentation and freedom. The Comic Strip is one of those places, and Laughing Legends is an inside look at how it all happened, straight from the mouths of the stars who built their careers on its stage. Owner Richie Tienken and a wealth of comics open their hearts and souls to share their most intimate memories, the laughs and tears, the good times and the bad, in order to paint an all-encompassing, behind-the-scenes history of this iconic club. Interviews include famous comedians, such as:Jerry SeinfeldGilbert GottfriedPaul ReiserLisa LampanelliGeorge WallaceBilly CrystalJim BreuerSusie EssmanLewis BlackRay RomanoAnd many more!Relive the excitement as these comics explain how they came to belong to the Comic Strip family, and how they went on to enjoy huge careers, bringing laughter to millions of people all over the world. This book is a must for any comedian or comedy lover's library!

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  12. Father of the Comic Strip: Rodolphe Topffer - Book Free Shipping

    Sixty years before the comics entered the American newspaper press, Rodolphe Topffer of Geneva (1799-1846), schoolmaster, university professor, polemical journalist, art critic, landscape draftsman, and writer of fiction, travel tales, and social criticism, invented a new art form: the comic strip, or ""picture story,"" that is now the graphic novel. At first he resisted publishing what he called his ""little follies."" When he did, they became instantly popular, plagiarized, and imitated throughout Europe and the United States. Topffer developed a graphic style suited to his poor eyesight: the doodle, which he systematized and also theorized. The drawings, with their ""modernist"" spontaneous, flickering, broken lines, forming figures in mad hyperactivity, run above deft, ironic captions and propel narratives of surreal absurdity. The artist's maniacal protagonists mix social satire with myth. By the mid-nineteenth century, Messrs. Jabot, Festus, Cryptogame, and other members of the crazy family, comprising eight picture stories in all, were instant folk heroes. In a biographical framework, Kunzle situates the comic strips in the Genevan and European culture of the time as well as in relation to Topffer's other work, notably his hilarious travel tales, and recounts their curious genesis (with an initial imprimatur from Goethe, no less) and their controversial success. Kunzle's study, the first in English on the writer-artist, accompanies Rodolphe Topffer: The Complete Comic Strips, a facsimile edition of the strips themselves, with the first-ever translation of these into English.

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  13. Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip - Book Free Shipping

    This is an affectionate and revealing book about uncovering the story behind this most uncommon trio - a man, a boy and his tiger. For ten years, "Calvin and Hobbes" was one of the world's most beloved comic strips. And then, on the last day of 1995, the strip ended. Its mercurial and reclusive creator, Bill Watterson, not only finished the strip but withdrew entirely from public life. There is no merchandising associated with Calvin and Hobbes: no movie franchise; no plush toys; no coffee mugs; and, no t-shirts (except a handful of illegal ones). There is only the strip itself, and the books in which it has been compiled. In "Looking for Calvin and Hobbes", Nevin Martell traces the life and career of the intensely private man behind "Calvin and Hobbes". With input from a wide range of artists and writers (including Dave Barry, Harvey Pekar, and Brad Bird) as well as some of Watterson's closest friends and professional colleagues, this is as close as we're ever likely to get to one of America's most ingenious and intriguing figures - and a fascinating detective story, too.

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  14. Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip - Book Free Shipping

    "Looking for Calvin and Hobbes" is an affectionate and revealing book about uncovering the story behind this most uncommon trio - a man, a boy and his tiger. From the get-go, it was obvious that this was no ordinary comic strip. Calvin was named after the 16th-century Protestant theologian who believed in predestination, Hobbes after the philosopher a century later who once observed that life is 'nasty, brutish and short'. Watterson injected real philosophical questions into his strip and coupled his commentaries with groundbreaking artwork. His lavish half-page Sunday strips completely re-envisioned the potential of the comics, while never detracting from his poignant humor. Bill Watterson was completely different from most comic strip creators because he never wanted to see Calvin & Hobbes turn into a commercial monolith. A longtime liberal and former political cartoonist, he staunchly refused to have the characters merchandised - a decision which could have netted him millions of additional dollars in income per year - and rarely made public appearances or granted interviews.When Steven Spielberg called him to talk about making an animated Calvin & Hobbes movie, Watterson didn't take the call. As a result, dozens of bootleg items have flooded the market. There were only 3,160 strips ever produced, but Watterson has left behind an impressive legacy. Calvin & Hobbes references litter the pop culture landscape and his fans are as varied as they are numerable.

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  15. How to Draw Cartoons for Comic Strips - Book Free Shipping

    Here is a comprehensive approach to drawing comic-strip characters in an appealing contemporary style featuring large-format reproductions that can be easily copied. A wide range of drawings depicting people of all ages as well as such animals as cats, dogs, birds, and fish show you how to capture the personality, mood, and character of a subject. The 275 drawings illustrate head and body construction, how to draw facial features and expressions, how to use action lines to depict body language, how to draw hands and feet, and ways to convey emotion and age. The author also offers valuable tips on developing a comic strip. He shows you how to place subjects within panels; make a layout; master reverse angles, medium shots, and close-ups; establish lights and darks; and utilize dialogue balloons.Beginning and intermediate artists—from the younger audiences attracted to animation to more sophisticated artist who enjoy "New Yorker"-type spot cartoons—will find the book of great interest.

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  16. Eagle Annual: The Best of the 1950s Comic; Features Dan Dare, the Greatest Comic Strip of All Time - Book Free Shipping

    The best of the 1950s Eagle comics in one annual.From Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future, to PC 49, Harris Tweed, Extra Special Agent and Jeff Arnold in Riders of the Range, The Eagle carried numerous strips right from its launch in 1950 through to the sixties. The fourpence-halfpenny weekly also featured plenty of sports coverage and the famous 'cutaway' diagrams of battle ships, steam trains, light aircraft, etc. Taking over the publishing licence from Egmont and Titan, we now have the opportunity to step up the current vogue for 'retro-futurism': rather than simply re-run straight facsimiles of the comics, the Eagle Annuals of the 1950s and 60s will be drawn from the vast Eagle archive and feature the strips as well as individual drawings/artwork, original advertisements and a present-day narrative. The idea is to create a superior object of desire for boys, lads and dads everywhere.

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  17. Everyday Mutts: A Comic Strip Treasury - Book Free Shipping

    "Everyday Mutts" marks the 11th book of the award-winning "Mutts" strip. It is the follow-up to Patrick McDonnell's successful collection Who Let the Cat Out? as well as his first storybook, "The Gift of Nothing," which reached the "New York Times" Best-Seller List for Children's Picture Books in January 2006.McDonnell's classic cartooning style not only delivers consistent laughs but often a message that reminds us to take care of our furry friends. With its expressive art and clever, often philosophical pet banter, "Mutts" has built a large and loyal fan base among readers and cartoonists alike. McDonnell is a past winner of the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award, and "Mutts" won the coveted Comic Strip of the Year Award in 1996. Today it appears in almost 600 daily newspapers.This unique collection includes 16 pages of full-color bonus material, including watercolors, other artwork, and items personally selected from the creator's sketchbook to accompany the black-and-white dailies and McDonnell's Sunday pages with his signature title panels. As always, the talesand tailsof this especially close dog-kitty friendship can be counted on for charming adventures and gentle laughs, reminding us that there is more than it seems to the "Everyday Mutts" we meet on the street.

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  18. Make Your Own Comic Strip Pad by Louie Stowell

    A 32-page pad of tear-off sheets, full of drawing tips and story ideas to help young artists create their own comic strips. Illustrations: Full colour throughoutAbout the AuthorLouie Stowell was born in another century and travelled forwards in time to the present day at the rate of one year per year. Growing up, she wanted to be (in no particular order): Frodo Baggins, Doctor Who, Batman, Galadriel, Pippi Longstocking, Cheetara from Thundercats and Miss Marple. Since “fictional character” wasn’t offered as an option by her school careers officer, she eventually got over the disappointment enough to decide that the next best thing would be making up fictional characters and writing about them.

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