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Little Lulu: Miss Feenys Folly And Other Stories ePub download

by Irving Tripp,John Stanley

  • Author: Irving Tripp,John Stanley
  • ISBN: 1595823654
  • ISBN13: 978-1595823656
  • ePub: 1341 kb | FB2: 1800 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Publishers
  • Publisher: Dark Horse; 1st Edition edition (December 15, 2009)
  • Pages: 200
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Little Lulu: Miss Feenys Folly And Other Stories ePub download

Miss Feeny's Folly: Tubby steps on Miss Feeny's feet at her tea and dance. John Stanley was a comic book creator, best known for his scripting of Little Lulu's comic book exploits from 1945 to approximately 1959

Miss Feeny's Folly: Tubby steps on Miss Feeny's feet at her tea and dance. untitled: The boy's steal lemonade from Lulu's lemonade stand. Election Day: Tubby wants to look his best for his club's election. untitled: Lulu tries to sneak a dog into a grocery. John Stanley was a comic book creator, best known for his scripting of Little Lulu's comic book exploits from 1945 to approximately 1959. While mostly known for his scripting, Stanley also was an accomplished artist who drew many of his stories, including the earliest issues of Lulu.

Miss Feeny's Folly and Other Stories was merged with this page. Generations have been enchanted by the adventures of Lulu Moppet and her friends, and the stories contained in this latest collection are no exception. Unparalleled comics funnymen John Stanley and Irving Tripp created a deceptively simple framework in Little Lulu, but one that opened up innumerable possibilities for hilarity, and the pair never stopped coming up with new twists to delight children and elicit knowing laughter from their parents.

One-hundred issues in, the endless imagination of John Stanley and Irving Tripp never lets u.

One-hundred issues in, the endless imagination of John Stanley and Irving Tripp never lets up. Collecting Marge's Little Lulu in their original, full-color. A compendium of collected stories that makes you laugh along with neighborhood kids Lulu, Tubby, Alvin, Annie, and the rest as they play practical jokes, solve mysteries, connive for dimes, and have all manner of hilarious adventures.

One hundred issues in, the endless imagination of John Stanley and Irving Tripp never lets up. Collecting Marge’s Little Lulu in their original, full-color glory, Miss Feeny’s Folly shows these masters at their most comedically ingenious. Children will giggle, adults will chuckle, and everyone will get the occasional guffaw from this compendium of ed stories. Collecting Marge's Little Lulu in their original, full-color glory, Miss Feeny's Folly shows these masters at their most comedically ingenious. Collecting Marge"s Little Lulu in their original, full-color glory, Miss Feeny"s Folly shows these masters at their most comedically ingenious. Children will giggle, adults will chuckle, and everyone will get the occasional guffaw from this compendium of ed stories

Another wonderful Little Lulu book in full color with many great Little Lulu stories.

Another wonderful Little Lulu book in full color with many great Little Lulu stories. com and have always been 100percent delighted with my purchases. Great comics at very resonable prices and resonable shipping fees!

Miss Feeny's Folly and Other Stories. Doug Mahnke, Keith C. Champagne, Mark John Irwin, Jaime Mendoza. Wilfredo 'Wil' Quintana.

Miss Feeny's Folly and Other Stories. Issue Number: TPB vol. 21 Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Cover: November 2009, 1. 5 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Trade Paperback, 200 pages. Rate trending movies in seconds and rise to Ultimate Status.

Little Lulu Volume 3: Lulu in the Doghouse (Little Lulu (Graphic Novels)). Little Lulu Volume 23: The Bogey Snowman and Other Stories. John Stanley, Irving Tripp. Little Lulu has been taking shots at the funnybones o. т 1305. Little Lulu Volume 7: Lulu's Umbrella Service (Little Lulu (Graphic Novels)). Bursting with laughs, filled with silly humor and hila. т 1364. Little Lulu Volume 10: All Dressed Up. Like all great "comics for kids," be it Charles Shultz. т 1334. Lulu Moppet and the neighborhood kids are let loose o. т 1861. LibRing - система поиска книг в интернет-магазинах.

One-hundred issues in, the endless imagination of John Stanley and Irving Tripp never lets up. Collecting Marge's Little Lulu #100-105 in their original, full-color glory, Miss Feeny's Folly shows these masters at their most comedically ingenious. Children will giggle, adults will chuckle, and everyone will get the occasional guffaw from this compendium of never-before-collected stories. Laugh along with neighborhood kids Lulu, Tubby, Alvin, Annie, and the rest as they play practical jokes, solve mysteries, connive for dimes, and have all manner of hilarious adventures!
Usaxma
In this dark horse classic Little Lulu comic book series has such great fun little stories, in one strip Tubby can't get any more money to go to the movies with the fellers, so he tries to ask his mother for some extra cash at first he tells the fellers to act like there laughing at him so his mother would feel sorry for him, but that doesn't work! so he then asked them to act like there crying like little babies, thinking maybe this time Mrs. Tompkins might change her mind about the situation? but of course that really doesn't work at all! and she gives him a good spanking!!! but with luck on his side he go's to the movies with out paying for a ticket thanks to a gentleman that has a pet mouse name Matilda hiding in his big black hat, another one involves sibling rivalry with Annie & Iggy Inch, while Annie is sleeping, Iggy and Tubby put little red dots on her face to think she has the Measles! but it all backfires on him when his mother finds out it was there joke, another one was about Alvin's birthday thinking his mom didn't remember it was today he gets sad and decides to run away! but after Lulu tells him the story of old witch Hazel's niece little Itch's birthday, he go's back inside of his house where his mom, Annie, Iggy say "SURSPRISE!" as a Little Lulu fan I do recommend this wonderful comic book collation for anyone who loves to read these kinds of Books!
Yggdi
John Stanley was one of the gods of comic storytelling and this collection is Exhibit A. After reading his stuff for Bushmiller's NANCY and some of the other work he did for the funny animal comics, I started reading this collection and it hit me right away: Stanley loves the Little Lulu characters. He infuses them with such depth and delineates them with such detail and humor and love that they live. I don't know of a single other comic character that you can re-read over and over with such pure pleasure as Stanley's Little Lulu stories. Brilliant, just brilliant.
Brialelis
those familiar with comic books in the 1950s need no explanation of the popularity of the little lulu series. it was funny. (who needs political humor). i would like to comment on what a great book this is. vibrantly colorful, almost full comic book size, on thick glossy pages with thick paperback cover. though nothing can replace the good old days of going to the local store each week to buy the latest comic books, this is certainly a close second. hats off to dark horse publications for a great product for those who remember and for those who will discover little lulu.
Na
started to read Little Lulu for the first time 2 years ago. After that I NEEDED all other Little Lulu Comics - and got them from this set. If they hadn't been in color I probably would not have forked over the money. But so I did.
Ral
This volume is a feast for the eyes and memory. Full color. Full engagement in the stories which are surprisingly well plotted. The Lulu-Tubby dynamic is convincing as ever. I was so surprised at my enjoyment of this childhood favorite that I intend to buy more volumes.
HeonIc
Love these comics. Takes me back to my childhood!
Trash
This is hard to get, and I was fortunate to get it. It is a great copy and he first of the full color ones.
What HAPPENED to John Stanley during the period covered by this volume, LITTLE LULU #100-105 (October 1956 - March 1957)? In issue #101, he seems to go slightly crazy, spinning off such wacky ideas as racing earthworms, a man bringing his pet mouse to the movies (and asking for a separate seat for her, no less), and riffs on "I Love Lucy" (in "The Deadly Weapon," Tubby suddenly starts calling Lulu "Lulusie" for no apparent reason) and simply flooding his panels with dialogue. Since I know that Stanley's break with LULU is just a couple of years away, this sudden upsurge in energy may be the comics writer's equivalent of a star burning itself out before entering the "white dwarf" phase. Whatever came over Stanley at this moment, it appears to have subsided by #102, in which Stanley goes in completely the opposite direction by telling a story (of the "fellers" ripping off lemonade-saleslady Lulu by stealing lemonade with their water pistols) with no dialogue whatsoever. The balance of the collection is more conventional and, as always, highly entertaining.
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