|Henry Speaks for Himself by John Liney - Now in Stock|
|Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under new releases, John Liney||26 Feb 2014 11:59 AM|
Just arrived and shipping now from our mail-order department:
160-page full-color 7.6" x 10.45" softcover • $24.99
In the newspaper strip Henry, the eponymous character never spoke, but in the comic book stories, Henry had a lot to say — conspiring with his pals "Trader" Horne, Julius, or Otis, making up with his sweetie Henrietta, or pulling a fast one on Officer Yakko. Editor David Tosh selected some of his favorite stories to include in this volume, including "Henry Thinks Out Loud," told in voice-over narration, "Rhyme Without Reason," told entirely in verse, and "A Slice of Ham" (co-starring Cark Gable, Katherine Hepburn, Mickey Rooney, Frank Sinatra, and Charlie Chaplin).
Written and drawn by John Liney between 1946 and 1961, these stories prove Henry to be a combination of Dennis the Menace and Little Lulu, getting into and out of jams, in these marvelously antic, off-kilter, and occasionally downright surreal stories. Perfect for young and old alike.