The Toon Treasury of Classic Children's Comics, edited by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly

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6 Responses to “The Toon Treasury of Classic Children's Comics, edited by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly”

  1. ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive says:

    You’re thinking of the newspaper comic, PJCAMP. Pogo started out as a spinoff from Raggedy Ann & Andy comics doing versions of nursery rhymes. It was definitely a children’s comic in comic books.

  2. arbitraryaardvark says:

    “the have engaging pots”
    I stumbled onto a blog today of a hanabarberra cartoonist, http://powsley.blogspot.com/.

  3. Shay Guy says:

    Just English-language? Because Astro Boy would be cool.

  4. superflippy says:

    I was about to email Mark to ask for recommendations for comic books for beginning readers, when I thought, “He’s probably already done a post about something like this.” Sure enough, a quick search on BoingBoing turned up this post. Thanks!

  5. pjcamp says:

    Pogo!

    I love Pogo, but I would not call it a children’s comic. When I was a children, I hated it.

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