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Nancy, Volume 2: The John Stanley Library
     

Nancy, Volume 2: The John Stanley Library

by John Stanley, Seth
 

Designed by Seth, more children's comic fun from the writer of Little Lulu

The second volume of Nancy in D+Q's John Stanley Library, elegantly designed by Seth, stars the beloved Brillo-headed Nancy in her own comic book series written by the greatest children's comics writer of all time, John Stanley. Stanley, the author of Melvin

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Designed by Seth, more children's comic fun from the writer of Little Lulu

The second volume of Nancy in D+Q's John Stanley Library, elegantly designed by Seth, stars the beloved Brillo-headed Nancy in her own comic book series written by the greatest children's comics writer of all time, John Stanley. Stanley, the author of Melvin Monster, Little Lulu, and Thirteen Going on Eighteen, puts his own deft sense of humor and superior cartooning on the Ernie Bushmiller creation with spooky Oona Goosepimple, Spike, and Mr.McOnion. Nancy, along with her sidekick, Sluggo, will charm readers young and old with her hilarious, scheming hijinks.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

“Thank goodness that [Stanley's] iconic work has been reprinted for this generation by Drawn & Quarterly. Oh, and the fact that the whole tome's laid out by comic genius Seth does the publication no harm, either.” —Anthem

“Drawn and Quarterly certainly paid attention to the book-asthree-dimensional-piece-of-art aspect. It's designed by John Stanley fan Seth . . . It's really just a gorgeous-looking book.” —Newsarama

“A bona-fide hoot. ” —Comic Book Resources on The John Stanley Library

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781897299968
Publisher:
Drawn & Quarterly
Publication date:
06/22/2010
Series:
John Stanley Library Series , #2
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
11 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

JOHN STANLEY (1914–1993) was a journeyman comics scripter in the 1950s and 1960s.He is most famous for his scripts for most of the Little Lulu comics produced by Dell, and is considered by many comics historians to be the most consistently funny and idiosyncratic writer to ever work in comics.He left comics bitterly sometime in the late 1960s, never to return.

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