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A fun read. I am old enough to have read this Shmoo in its original form. Sunday funnies.Published 3 months ago by Mike Adams
Since reading Al Capp, starting in the late 1940s and found his insights eye opening and enjoyable. The Shmoo strips were a puzzle to me then and now. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gerald M. Sutliff
I bought this book on a whim, I was randomly searching the names I used to call my dog, when I searched Shmoo and got the results for "The Short life and happy times of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by SauceyBiscuit420
This was a gift for my sister and she loved it. We grew up loving the Shmoos.Published 7 months ago by Sally S. Mccalla
Who doesn't love a shmoo? Al Capp's creations (Shmoo, Li'l Abner, Daisy Mae, Pappy, Joe B (etc) were from a much simpler era.Published 22 months ago by BargainBuyer
I remembered these cute little guys in L'il Abner when I was just a young girl. I didn't get the political satire at the time, but when I read this book I was in hysterics of... Read morePublished 23 months ago by K. G. Maes
GREAT book!! Loved it so much that I sent it to my doughter. I've been into Shmoo's since I was a kid.Published on June 8, 2012 by Kenneth Ziegler