My Dinner With Lulu

My Dinner With Lulu 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: My Dinner With Lulu
  • Author: John Stanley Irving Tripp
  • ISBN: 9781593073183
  • Page: 323
  • 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 Marge s 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.

    173 thoughts on “My Dinner With Lulu

    • Golly garsh! This was wonderful! I never read these growing up, but I'm a big fan now.Lulu and Tubby beat the pants off of Nancy and Sluggo!


    • In any edition, Lulu rocks. These Dark Horse paperbacks in B&W are great fun.I am particularly looking forward to Bill Schelly's just-published biography of longtime Little Lulu writer John Stanley (Fantagraphics Books, 2017)Highly recommended.


    • Little Lulu Vol. 1: My Dinner with LuluLittle Lulu was created by Marjorie Henderson Buell and originally began as a single panel cartoon in The Saturday Evening Post in 1935. In 1945, Dell Comics began a series of trial appearances of Little Lulu in their comics designed by John Stanley and Irving Tripp. This volume includes every Little Lulu comic from Dell Comics issues 74, 97, 110, 115, and 120. Little Lulu became so popular that she was granted her own comic strip, Marge’s Little Lulu, by [...]


    • I bought this for my daughter, but ended up reading it all myself - it's very moreish. It's sweet, funny and often surprising. Lulu often takes quite a feminist attitude to things, though I could never be quite sure if that was supposed to be one of the good things about her or if it was just part of her overall naughtiness!



    • Little Lulu literally makes me laugh out loud. A series of hilarious comics revolving around Little Lulu and her friends. Definitely should read.(And yeah I know it isn't actually a picture book)




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