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Each character is present in one,two or three stories max, and hence makes a nice mix of all the nice stories.
He spent a lot of time flipping through the pages looking at pictures, and now that he can read quickly and all by himself, he loves it even more.
I gave it as a Christmas gift to my adult children, and I'm sure they will enjoy reading and remembering comics from their youth.
In the years before the publication in 1954 of "Seduction of the Innocent" by Frederic Wertham, a large number and great variety of comic books were published. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Charles Ashbacher
Donald Duck, Little Lulu, etc comics were ok----but, the sections of "Fantasyland" and the "Weird and Wacky" had gross looking characters (nephilim-like) that were... Read morePublished 12 months ago by BAM-Albuq.
An almost perfect collection of the type of comics we read as kids. 1940-1955. Should be lot's more they can work with.Published 13 months ago by THOMAS C. BIAGI
I have bought a copy for a kid's friend for his 6th birthday and he loves it. He spent a lot of time flipping through the pages looking at pictures, and now that he can read... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nana Terra
All the old kid's comics are covered here in this wonderful volume. Excellent nostalgic collection of the days when comics were comics.Published 20 months ago by Frank Benge
I bought this to read and enjoy with my children,though I do find some of it's content at little mature for young children. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by MamaLisa