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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • A Smithsonian Book of Comic-Book Comics
  • Michael Barrier
  • English
  • 18 October 2018
  • 9780874742282

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  1. says:

    A couple of fine folks noticed my rating for this book, so I thought I d re read it and see how well it held up I have to say that I was a little less impressed with it all these years later, mainly due to a couple of selections that I don t think hold up as well as I once thought.The real value to this collection, especially when it was first published back in 1981, was simply a chance to have a sample representation of golden age comics available in a nice hardback format Other than a couple of the big DC characters, I certainly wasn t aware of any kind of compilations like this at that time Nowadays, it s pretty common, and so that s kind of a knock against this effort it just isn t unique any No anthology is going to please everyone, but some of the selections could have been pared down to just one story rather than three or four, thereby giving room for even a wider sampling That the compilers felt the need to include artwork by George Carlson is an editorial choice that I could accept if they didn t force feed us three stories, and even though I m a John Stanley Little Lulu fan, I can see how four stories was too much Same with Scribbly.So I m taking back a star, but that s all Barks work on the Ducks, Stanley on Little Lulu, and Kurtzman at Mad all deserve a spotlight, even if there has been a revival of interest in a lot of these artists in the last 20 years And can you eve...

  2. says:

    After the most perfunctory glance at Superman and Batman, the editors, like kids at heart, focus on the kind of comics THEY like, which are stuff like Pogo, Little Lulu, and Jingle Jangle tales.Scribly and the Red Tornado get space than the other superheroes combined Granted, there was no need to cover the same ground as Jules Feiffer, but one gets the sense from his selections, and especially from his commentary, that he has much better taste for comics and understands them infinitely better.Which leads to one point in this book s favor, that it rectifies the omission of Captain Marvel from The Great Comic Book Heroes with an epic story from Captain Marvel Adventures 100, with Dr Sivana travelling back in time to kill Billy Batson before he ever...

  3. says:

    I believe this is the first time I have given 5 stars to a graphic collection, but Barrier and Williams set out to collect the best comic book stories that could be crammed into the page count, and they just about succeeded The weakest stories in the collection are the first Superman and first Batma...

  4. says:

    This is one of the best comic book reprint collections you will find, since it crosses all genres and doesn t just settle for super hero comics This has some great EC Comics tales which could easily stand in for a modern story even now , Walt Kelly s Pogo, George Carlson s lyrical Jingle Jangle Tales and Carl Barks Donald Duck Of course, superheroes are represented, with the first tales of Superman, Batman, and Plastic Man, along with stories starring ...

  5. says:

    This is simply the greatest collection of Golden Age comics I ve ever come across I was in seventh grade when I first came upon it and it left a huge impression on me The editor did an excellent job of highlighting the true gems of the era It s amazing how well some of these stories have held up, especially the EC contributions I d been in the Lunch Buddy pr...

  6. says:

    The finest historical survey of mainstream comics ever produced Covering 1938 1955, the collection offers not only the super heroes such as Superman, Batman, Plastic Man, Captain Marvel, and The Spirit but also Scribbly, Little Lulu, and Pogo Includes selections from E.C., Basil Wolverton, and ...

  7. says:

    Reprints of then seminal American comics of the past Superman, Batman , etc I bought it because it reprinted one of my favorites EC Comics Kurtzman s parody of Howdy Doody Have to admit the reprint quality is, to use a library technical term, pretty sucky.

  8. says:

    An excellent anthology of early comic book material It includes the classic Captain Marvel story Plot Against the Universe and the Ma Hunkel Red Tornado story.

  9. says:

    From super hero like Superman and Batman, children s stories like Little Lulu and Donald Duck to war stories like Corpse On The Imjin and parody like SuperDuperMan A Smithsonian Book of Comic Book Comics has old collation of comics for everyone While some stories may not of age well still fun read.

  10. says:

    I enjoy any book about comic book history but the admitted bias the authors hold in favor of humor comics over superhero ones dulled my enjoyment of this one.

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