A FAITHFULLY RENDERED PAEAN TO MID-CENTURY FAMILY LIFE
In the late 1960s, things are still
fun, innocent, and wholesome in the suburbs, but the pantomime strip does reference contemporary life with the entire Wright family making an excursion to downtown Montreal for the 1967 World’s Fair. As always, Wright’s stellar draftsmanship, fond eye for detail, and brilliant sense of comic timing shines throughout this volume of the Nipper series.
Paperback, 8" x 5.25", Two Color
$16.95 US / $16.95 CDN
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