“This is a collection that sees a writer hitting his stride, working from a base of confidence and inspiration.”
“Charles Schulz is a rarity: a genius who actually was one.”
No matter what country you were in, the moment that Donald Duck appeared on screen audiences either burst into laughter or applause.
For decades Brenda Starr has been celebrated as one of the few newspaper comic strips to feature a strong, independent female in the lead.
“This collection captures the peak of Mr. Crosby’s skill. The best. Simply the best.”
“. . . your eyes [will] dance across the page.”
Over the past few decades, superheroes, villains, and other characters taken from the pages of comic books have become as much a part of American mythology as Rip Van Winkle, Paul Bunyan, and Johnn
The myths and stories a society embraces speak volumes about what that society really is.
“. . . the best of an American art form . . .”
“. . . a delight for all, capturing the best of comics, film, and modern media in one four-color classic.”
“. . . a new classic of the genre . . .”
“. . . pure shock and awe combined with blood and gore—even artistically presented . . .”
“If you love the frustrated, quacking, crazed Donald from the cartoons of the forties, you have to read A Christmas for Shacktown.”
“It isn’t easy to write a character with 80 years of continuity while simultaneously pleasing old fans and drawing in new ones, but Will Murray does it.”
“In our hearts and minds, childhood is eternal. And so is Skippy.”
“Did you know . . . Archie and his friends recently attended their friend Kevin Keller’s wedding . . . to another man?”