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By Segar, E. C.
Popeye's incarnations after his creator E C Segar's death have diluted the original brilliance of the character, even though Popeye remains a cultural icon and one of the comics' major licensing properties. This volume collects the complete run of Segar's Thimble Theatre comic st ...
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By Yoe, Craig; By (artist) Schulz, Charles; Shuster, Joe; Caniff, Milton; Segar, E. C.
An unparalleled book, the very first of its kind. Taken from uber-rare, never-before reprinted cartooning courses with expert teachings from cartooning's rock stars: Peanut's Charles Schulz, Little Nemo's Winsor McCay, Superman's Joe Shuster, Flash Gordon's Alex Raymond, Terry an ...
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By Segar, E. C.; Edited by Thompson, Kim; Introduction by Marschall, Richard
Popeye's most legendary-and epic-adventure highlights this volume of our acclaimed series, pitting the intrepid sailor man against the malevolent Sea Hag and her terrifying, grotesque sidekick the Goon, aided (or hindered) by Wimpy.
Popeye meets his Pappy! Plus Swee'Pea and the Jeep!
Fantagraphics's third volume collecting Segar's original Popeye (Thimble Theatre) covers 1932-1934 includes the never-republished extra-large strips set at the Chicago World's Fair and an insightful scholarly essay.
By Segar, E. C.; Edited by Maresca, Peter; Foreword by Tumey, Paul C.; Tisserand, Michael; Heer, Jeet
More than a decade before creating the world's most famous cartoon sailor, Elzie Crisler Segar drew the Charlie Chaplin comic strip, a daily strip about Chicago entertainment, and then Thimble Theatre, where Popeye was to be born. This volume features examples of all of Segar's e ...
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