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Peanuts Every Sunday 1961-1965 (Peanuts Every Sunday)

Review ?These are beautiful books. Full color dust jackets and numbered bindings make for books that look great next to each other on the shelf. But you?ll need a big shelf. ...[F]or the fan, the [...]

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Cartoons from The New Yorker 2016 Wall Calendar

The cartoons of The New Yorker have entertained the magazine's readers for nearly a century. With unmatched visual sophistication and wit, they let no subject escape their scrutiny.A roster of extraordinary artists conti [...]

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Children at Play: A Cul de Sac Collection

From School Library Journal Grade 6 Up?The daily-newspaper comic Cul de Sac focuses on petulant, imaginative kindergartner Alice; her meticulous, neurotic older brother, Petey; and their interact [...]

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Asterix and the Black Gold: Album 26 (Asterix (Orion Paperback))

From Booklist Reviewed with Albert Uderzo's Asterix and Son and Asterix and the Great Divide.Gr. 4-8. The comic-book alternate history adventures of Asterix and his buddy Obelix, begun in France [...]

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Living the Dream: A Mutts Treasury

Review 'Living the Dream, as with all Mutts collections, is something to be treasured, shared, and thoroughly explored. Great shtuff!'?(Trent McGee, Popzara) Read more [...]

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2009 Wall Cal: Wallace & Gromit

The zany misadventures of the much-loved duo, Wallace and Gromit, highlight this wacky wall calendar. [...]

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From Bloom County to Mars: The Imagination of Berkeley Breathed

Berkeley Breathed is known to comic-strip lovers as the hilarious creator of Bloom County and its quirky denizens Opus, Bill the Cat Milo Bloom, Steve Dallas, Cutter John and more. He is also renowned for his touching ch [...]

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Cartoons from The New Yorker: 2012 Day-to-Day Calendar

This 2012 desk calendar, which features one cartoon for each day of the year, focuses on the humor in relationships, marriage and work -- some of the most popular cartoons featured in The New Yorker. [...]

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Teacher Cartoon-a-Day 2017 Calendar

The Teacher Cartoon-A-Day 2017 Calendar imparts cleverly cartooned lessons highlighting comical elements from our educational system.The campy cartoons of humorist Jonny Hawkins depict comical schoolroom curriculums, dig [...]

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Buddha, Vol. 1: Kapilavastu

From Publishers Weekly Tezuka, the master of Japanese comics, mixes his own characters with history as deftly as he transfers the most profound, complex emotions onto extremely cartoony character [...]

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The Argyle Sweater 2014 Weekly Planner Calendar

About the Author Born in Dallas, Texas, Scott Hilburn has degrees in digital arts and psychology. He quit his job as a Flash developer, now works full-time on his comic strip. He lives in Frisco, [...]

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The Simpsons 2009 Fun Calendar

About the Author Matt Groening, the creator and executive producer of the Emmy? Award-winning series The Simpsons, as well as creator of the cartoon strip 'Life in Hell' and the animated FOX tele [...]

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Bartman: The Best of the Best!

About the Author Matt Groening, the creator and executive producer of the Emmy? Award-winning series The Simpsons, as well as creator of the cartoon strip 'Life in Hell' and the animated FOX tele [...]

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Cardboard Crack

Cardboard Crack features comics about the world's most addictive game, Magic: The Gathering. This 142 page collection brings together many of the most popular comics. As a special bonus, it also includes an introduction [...]

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Peanuts Jubilee: My Life and Art With Charlie Brown and Others

IT?S A CELEBRATION!THE MOST SPECTACULAR PEANUTS BOOK OF ALL!! Read more [...]

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The Authoritative Calvin and Hobbes (A Calvin And Hobbes Treasury)

About the Author Bill Watterson is the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, one of the most popular and well-regarded cartoon strips of the twentieth century. Calvin and Hobbes appeared in newspapers fr [...]

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