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This lavish collection contains a whole year’s worth of daily and Sunday strips starring Mort Walker’s loveable slacker Pvt. Beetle Bailey. Set on the fictional Camp Swampy base, the strip follows the Beetle as he attempts to nap his way through his time at in the US Army and the everyday highs and lows of military life. Featuring inept officers (constantly distracted by Camp Swampy’s buxom secretary), a punchy Sergeant (and his identikit dog), and a host of other hilarious characters that capture all of Walker’s keenly observed wit and illustrate why the strip has remained immensely popular for over sixty years.
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Mort Walker has been writing and drawing comics since he was 12. He created Beetle Bailey in 1950, following his service in the US Army in World War II, and the strip has been popular around the world ever since!Review:
"After reading this edition of Beetle Bailey I have to say that I believe there’s a reason that Walker’s creation lasted as long as it did and it’s because Mort Walker was probably one of the true masters of comic strip art of the past century." -- Ain't It Cool News
"With a history that actually surpasses Peanuts, Beetle Bailey deserves a solid collection treatment, and Titan seems intent on delivering it." -- Crave Online
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Book Description Titan Books, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111848567065
Book Description Titan Books. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1848567065 Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Seller Inventory # XM-1848567065