This book of cartoons and verse is a look back on an urban male childhood in the last quarter of the nineteenth century. The content was originally published in 1913 and largely depicts boys at play, … more
CharlesAshbacher reviewed MARMADUKE.
January 17, 2010
When I was in school, Marmaduke books were a challenge to the Snoopy books by Charles Schultz in terms of which were more popular. Ironically, the boys favored Marmaduke while the girls favored Snoopy, … more
The regular "Spy vs. spy" feature of Mad Magazine has always been my favorite feature. It is a lampoon of the cold war where each nation engaged in a tit-for-tat relationship of deception, dishonesty … more
Taking Garfield out of "Garfield" is a clever concept, and also a pretty insightful recognition that -- as with Charles M. Schulz's "Peanuts," but on a much less profound level -- there's an awful lot … more