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Pogo: The Complete Syndicated Comic Strips Vol. 4: "Under the Bamboozle Bush"

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In addition to presenting all of 1955 and 1956’s daily Pogo strips complete and in order for the first time anywhere (many of them once again scanned from original syndicate proofs, for their crispest and most detailed appearance ever), Pogo: The Complete Syndicated Comic Strips Vol. 4: "Under the Bamboozle Bush" also contains all 104 Sunday strips from these two years, presented in lush full color for the first time since their original appearance in Sunday newspaper sections 60 years ago — plus the usual in-depth “Swamp Talk” annotations by R.C. Harvey, spectacular samples of Kelly’s work scanned from original art, and a whole lot more!

“This comes as a genuine gift to anyone who loved Pogo and, it is to be hoped, as an introduction for younger readers to what many people believe was the best comic strip ever drawn in this country.” — The Washington Post

Pages:
344
Colors:
Color w/black & white
Format:
Hardcover
Dimensions:
7.25” x 10.5”
ISBN-13:
978-1-60699-863-2
Year:
2017

In addition to presenting all of 1955 and 1956’s daily Pogo strips complete and in order for the first time anywhere (many of them once again scanned from original syndicate proofs, for their crispest and most detailed appearance ever), Pogo: The Complete Syndicated Comic Strips Vol. 4: "Under the Bamboozle Bush" also contains all 104 Sunday strips from these two years, presented in lush full color for the first time since their original appearance in Sunday newspaper sections 60 years ago — plus the usual in-depth “Swamp Talk” annotations by R.C. Harvey, spectacular samples of Kelly’s work scanned from original art, and a whole lot more!

“This comes as a genuine gift to anyone who loved Pogo and, it is to be hoped, as an introduction for younger readers to what many people believe was the best comic strip ever drawn in this country.” — The Washington Post

   

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