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Ernie Bushmiller

Ernie Bushmiller (1905-1982) inherited the glamour-girl Fritzi Ritz strip in 1925. But Fritzi’s niece Nancy, introduced in 1933, soon began to dominate, and in 1938 the strip officially became Nancy. Bushmiller would continue to write and draw it until his death, winning the Reuben Award for "Best Comic Strip" in 1976.

Pages: 336, black & white w/color, Softcover, 8.5" x 8.5", 978-1-60699-777-2, Year: 2014
Ernie Bushmiller Zen-like cartoon perfection. Our beloved series finally packages Nancy with the reverence it deserves. Our third volume contains another full three years of daily strips, from an era many regard as Bushmiller's finest.
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Softcover, 8.5" x 8.5", 978-1-60699-599-0
Ernie Bushmiller It's three more full years of Ernie Bushmiller's beloved comic strip, featuring over one thousand meticulously restored daily strips from its post-World-War II graphic high point. Introduction by Bill Griffith.
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Softcover, 8.5" x 8.5", 978-1-60699-360-6
Ernie Bushmiller Zen cartoon perfection in four panels. Our introductory Nancy volume contains three full years of the "squarest," most iconic comic strip ever created. Introduction by Daniel Clowes.
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black & white, Comic, 5.5" x 8.5"

Ivan Brunetti The very best dailies (and Sundays) from the legendary "audition" by Brunetti to take over the Nancy strip in a perfect Bushmiller style.

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