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John Stanley in the 1950s: a Comics Bibilography (Standard Edition)
Compiled and Annotated by Frank M. Young
Frank M. Young
In the 1950s, John Stanley was one of America's most-loved and best-selling authors. Trouble was, he couldn't sign his name to his work. His "Little Lulu" and "Tubby" comics reached millions of readers. Stanley didn't get to sign his work until 1964, but his keen wit, brilliant storytelling and great characterizations identify his work better than a signature.
Comics scholar Frank M. Young (author of two graphic novels) has compiled and annotated a story-by-story, issue-by-issue chronology of John Stanley's most popular and prolific period--the years 1950 to 1960.
This black-and-white Standard Edition lacks the bells and whistles of the full-color Deluxe Edition, but contains all the information. Illustrated with thumbnails of every comic book cover of this decade, plus assorted ephemera, this is the most thorough and revealing publication to date on Stanley and his work. Invaluable for comics scholars, popular culture students and fans of John Stanley's "Little Lulu" and "Tubby," this is a major work of comics history and research.
- Publication Date:
- 1503114260 / 9781503114265
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8" x 10"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Comics & Graphic Novels / General