Little Lulu, Volume 4: Sunday Afternoon

Little Lulu Volume Sunday Afternoon Whether she s weaving hilarious sprawling tales while babysitting the terrible tot Alvin keeping her chubby chum Tubby and his clubhouse cronies in line or making nice with the friendly ghost she c

  • Title: Little Lulu, Volume 4: Sunday Afternoon
  • Author: John Stanley Irving Tripp
  • ISBN: 9781593073459
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
  • Whether she s weaving hilarious, sprawling tales while babysitting the terrible tot Alvin, keeping her chubby chum Tubby and his clubhouse cronies in line, or making nice with the friendly ghost she catches reading People Stories in her bedroom, Little Lulu is both Everygirl and an undeniable one of a kind Dark Horse Books is proud to present, for the first time ever,Whether she s weaving hilarious, sprawling tales while babysitting the terrible tot Alvin, keeping her chubby chum Tubby and his clubhouse cronies in line, or making nice with the friendly ghost she catches reading People Stories in her bedroom, Little Lulu is both Everygirl and an undeniable one of a kind Dark Horse Books is proud to present, for the first time ever, the complete run of John Stanley and Irving Tripp s legendary run of classic Little Lulu comics in convenient, reader friendly paperback volumes Critically acclaimed and widely regarded as one of the most classic comics ever published, Little Lulu is an all ages treasure, with stories funny and fresh enough to stand the test of time.

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    About “John Stanley Irving Tripp

    • John Stanley Irving Tripp

      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 His specialty was humorous stories, both with licensed characters and those of his own creation His writing style has been described as employing colorful, S J Perelman ish language and a decidedly bizarre, macabre wit reminiscent of writer Roald Dahl with storylines that were cohesive and tightly constructed, with nary a loose thread in the plot Cartoonist Fred Hembeck has dubbed him for my money, the most consistently funny cartoonist to work in the comic book medium.Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.

    891 thoughts on “Little Lulu, Volume 4: Sunday Afternoon

    • I have read all this series (some 26 of them) so this will suffice for each book. Read these if you long for your younger, more innocent days and love to remember how like Little Lulu, Tubby and their friends you probably were or would like to have been. I have shared these with my comics loving son and also with my 2 grand daughters who have fallen in love with Lulu and friends and have even emulated some of the things they have done starting clubs, having parties, and such. It has helped add t [...]


    • If you'd like to read my full review, go to: paneldiscussions.wordpressThe comic Little Lulu is just as deceiving as its title character. On the outside, it looks wholesome, tame and rather unexciting by today’s standards, but if you sit and read it, you’ll see it’s the opposite. It’s mischievous, wild, and often very funny.


    • Reprints Little Lulu #131, 139, 146, and 158. Little Lulu and her friend Tubby continue to stress out their parents and go on adventures. Little Lulu is interesting in that it really can either be for kids or adults. Some of the stories have moments that are very surprising in that they don't quite fit a kids' cartoon comic while other stories are so typical of the standard cartoons that it seems beneath it. Definately worth checking out if there is an interest in classic cartoon history.





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