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Nancy Is Happy: Complete Dailies 1943-1945 (Vol. 1) (Ernie Bushmiller's Nancy) Paperback – March 16, 2012
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To describe or explain Nancy is futile. Part of its appeal is that it won't work as well or in the same way in a different medium. As many have remarked, it is the quintessential comic. If you've never read it, then you may not "get" it at first. It may seem cheesy or too obvious. But stick with it. Eventually Bushmiller will infect you with his unique physics and the charm of the characters. I tend to prefer lengthier comics to the short form of the comic strip, but it works perfectly for Nancy.
This volume collects all the daily strips from 1943-1945 (3 years). When it arrived I was very happy with the book design, the durability of the cover, and the high quality pages. It's a beautiful brick of a book. There are usually three strips on each page, but now and then we get a single strip enlarged and covering an entire page -- a nice touch that allows me to appreciate the art even more.
I see that another reviewer critiqued the two introductions. I didn't have any problems with them. They're only four pages so I don't see what the big deal is. They seem aimed at the general reader who doesn't really know Nancy, and if it makes the book more accessible then I'm all for it. I'm just really glad that this project got off the ground and will hopefully continue.Read more ›
the real nancy lovers should search out the five kitchen sink books and, especially, the henry holt book entitled the best of ernie bushmiller's nancy. this book even tells you sluggo's last name.
Anybody can be a fan of Nancy if they just read a few. I think children would really enjoy this book and the other Nancy collections, there isn't much stuff like this out there for kids these days.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bushmiller's Nancy is the best. Periquita llegó antes que MafaldaPublished 9 months ago by Oscar Malca
Nancy is way too funny. There's a couple semi-racist panels that were drawn during WWII, but other than that, Nancy is perfect.Published 11 months ago by Steven Barman
Love Nancy comics ever since I was a kid. Reconmend this to everyone.Published 17 months ago by Charles R. Penn
Fun book, not sure if all the hype about Bushmiller is right on. Its goog corny 1940's gags with great art wok. I will probably get the rest in the series. You should too.Published 18 months ago by armenious
I find no fault with the way this volume has been put together, in any way. As always, beautifully designed by Fantagraphics.Published 19 months ago by J. A. T.
I purchased this book as a gift for my son who enjoys some of the older cartoons. He was happy with the book and likes it very much.Published 20 months ago by Dot W.