Frank King created nearly a dozen comic strips and features before his classic masterpiece, “Gasoline Alley.” During his first 10 years at the Chicago Tribune, he would perfect his talents in art and storytelling that would lead to Walt and Skeezix and their extended family. This volume presents a sampling of each of King's early Sunday and daily comic strips like “Bobby Make-Believe,” along with a comprehensive selection of his editorial cartoons and the complete run of the incredible jam-comic “Crazy Quilt.” Dimensions: 13 x 17 x 1" Materials: Hardcover book
Sunday Press (California)
Editor Peter Maresca founded Sunday Press in 2005, a specialty publishing house dedicated to the preservation and presentation of newspaper comic strips. Sunday Press offers limited run, high-quality volumes of America's finest comic strips, printed in their original size and colors.
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