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One-hundred issues in, the endless imagination of John Stanley and Irving Tripp never lets up. Collecting Marge's Little Lulu #100-105 in their original, full-color glory, Miss Feeny's Folly shows these masters at their most comedically ingenious. Children will giggle, adults will chuckle, and everyone will get the occasional guffaw from this compendium of never-before-collected stories. Laugh along with neighborhood kids Lulu, Tubby, Alvin, Annie, and the rest as they play practical jokes, solve mysteries, connive for dimes, and have all manner of hilarious adventures!
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Every series is supposed to have its ups and downs. Initially, the twenty-first collection in Dark Horse’s chronological re-presentation of Stanley and Tripp’s Little Lulu seems to showcase lesser stuff, especially coming on the heels of the inspired high jinks in The Bawlplayers and Other Stories (2009). The creators seem to strain at times, fly by the seats of their pants at others. The goofy improbabilities of the Witch Hazel tales Lulu tells Alvin invade the comic’s “real” world. After a while, however, the improvisatory quality of these adventures becomes winsomely intriguing. Continuity glitches—watch for the amazing, disappearing Willy in “Buried Treasure”—seem intentional and amusing in such a context. --Ray Olson
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Book Description Dark Horse, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111595823654
Book Description Dark Horse. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1595823654 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0724833
Book Description Dark Horse, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1595823654
Book Description Dark Horse, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB00EQSGCEA