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by Harold Gray

  • Author: Harold Gray
  • ISBN: 1560970391
  • ISBN13: 978-1560970392
  • ePub: 1590 kb | FB2: 1749 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Publishers
  • Publisher: Fantagraphics Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 160
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 313
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Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 3 ePub download

Little Orphan Annie is a daily American comic strip created by Harold Gray and syndicated by the Tribune Media Services.

Little Orphan Annie is a daily American comic strip created by Harold Gray and syndicated by the Tribune Media Services. The strip took its name from the 1885 poem "Little Orphant Annie" by James Whitcomb Riley, and made its debut on August 5, 1924, in the New York Daily News. The plot follows the wide-ranging adventures of Annie, her dog Sandy and her benefactor Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks.

The Complete Little Orphan Annie is a hardcover book series collecting the complete output of the American comic strip, Little Orphan Annie, written and drawn by Harold Gray from the strip's debut in 1924 to Gray's death in 1968. The newspaper comic strip title as a whole was published uninterrupted during 86 years straight (1924–2010) under the Tribune Media Services syndicate. A strip ranked as the most popular comics strip in its heyday according to a Fortune poll.

This volume of The Complete Little Orphan Annie includes dailies and Sundays from November 24, 1941 through August 7, 1943. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

Little Orphan Annie (1933)" is a highly enjoyable book. The Annie strips originally appeared on the basis of one per day (with a four-strip "special" on Sundays. During the course of the year she gets involved in four adventures in which she consistently demonstates her approach to life (work hard, fight your own battles, help others down on their luck to get back up).

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Little Orphan Annie Volume 8 book. Jack, Ace Chance, and Shanghai Peg each play unexpected parts in the conclusion to Harold Gray's most sophisticated story of the 1930s

Little Orphan Annie Volume 8 book. Jack, Ace Chance, and Shanghai Peg each play unexpected parts in the conclusion to Harold Gray's most sophisticated story of the 1930s. Plus, Annie encounters the gangster Nick Gatt and is captured by the international criminal mastermind named Axel. Can "Daddy" save her?

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Check out The Complete Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray. Then Gray gets sidetracked with talking about censorship and the idea of book burning. In the end Annie becomes very rich and has many more problems then when she was poor

Check out The Complete Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray. The blank-eyed orphan was far grittier and moving than the saccharine Annie you know from the damn musical. In the end Annie becomes very rich and has many more problems then when she was poor. While many of these issues get resolved many of them are not.

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Rare
I really didn't know that books like this existed. Imagine,being able to read comic strips from news pages of eighty years ago. I wanted to experience that which kids from the depression years followed so closely,so many years ago. These pages offer that opportunity.
Qiahmagha
This collection of the Fantagraphic reproduction of the Little Orphan Annie series is worth the price. The quality of the illustrations are sharp and very readable. Great addition to the collection and the introduction article by Rick Marschall is educational and enjoyable.
Buge
I was unaware of this Fantagraphic collection and am surprised and pleased with the quality and scope of the publication. The R.C.Harvey introduction notes are very informative, and is a welcome addition in the series.
Vaua
The format of this item is great for reading. I received this item on time and as advertised. The stories are great as history lessons. I recommend to all Annie collectors.
krot
I am very surprised at the quality of this Fantagraphics Little Orphan Annie collection. The stories and illustrations are great, and a lot of US history can be learned.
Mavegelv
I bought all three books available; Annie for 1933, '34, and '35. They were great. If you love Annie, buy them. My only regret is that there are no more years in print. Gary Polson
Coidor
"Little Orphan Annie (1933)" is a highly enjoyable book. The Annie strips originally appeared on the basis of one per day (with a four-strip "special" on Sundays. The storyline in this book links tightly with the calendar - with Page 1 having Annie on January 1 1933 looking back over 1932. During the course of the year she gets involved in four adventures in which she consistently demonstates her approach to life (work hard, fight your own battles, help others down on their luck to get back up). The stories are overtly political - apparently decent pillars of society turn out to be crooks, con men turn out to have more natural decency. When a farmer cheats Annie out of her wages, a lightning bolt burns down his barn. Two women intent on putting Annie into an orphanage are described as busy bodies. In the end Daddy Warbucks returns to the US on Christmas Eve - just in time to save Annie from her latest troubles. They both wish the readers a Merry Christmas. On New Years' Eve they review the year ending, and wish everyone a happy 1934.
The graphical work is excellent. The adventures are more complex than you'd expect from a daily strip. Seeing the daily strips laid out alongside each other, one can see how cleverly the author keeps restating major story items so that anyone who missed a day's paper doesn't lose the plot.
While I totally disagree with 99% of Gray's political and moral views, I can't deny he is one of the finest cartoonists of the 20th century. More than anyone else he is able to capture a perfect mood, and suck the reader in. I have no idea how he does it, considering what appears to be limited drafting skills, but he works a magick on the reader that makes the story come grippingly to life.
The dark shadows, somber atmosphere, and grim details make reading these stories an unforgettable experience. I am never disapointed with Annie, and I always feel like I have actually traveled to her world. Gray's magick is undeniable. You have to read it to believe it.
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