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Bazooka Joe and His Gang

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Bazooka Joe and his Gang have been synonymous with bubble gum ever since their debut in 1953, providing an irresistible combination of cheap laughs wrapped around pink, sugary sweetness. This book celebrates the iconic mini-comics that are recognized the world over. The story of Bazooka Bubble Gum is also detailed with extensive essays, including a profile of Wesley Morse, the original illustrator of Bazooka Joe. Included are reproductions of more than 100 classic comics spanning six decades--including the complete first series, reprinted in its entirety for the first time--as well as jokes, fortunes, and tiny ads for mail-order merchandise. Like Bazooka Bubble Gum itself, the book is pure nostalgia and guaranteed to appeal to kids and adults alike. Selected by and from the collection of Jeff Shepherd.
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Credits

Written by

Jay Lynch
Nancy Morse
Talley Morse
R. Sikoryak
Bhob Stewart
Kirk Taylor

Art by

Tom Bunk
Robert Crumb
Howard Cruse
Jay Lynch
Wesley Morse
John Pound
Norman Saunders
Craig Yoe

Genres

Non-Fiction

About Comic

Page Count

241 Pages

Print Release Date

May 15 2013

Digital Release Date

May 15 2013

Age Rating

12+ Only

Copyright

2013 The Topps Company, Inc. Bazooka Joe and His Gang and Topps are registered trademarks of The Topps Company, Inc. Preface copyright 2013 Talley Morse. Introduction copyright 2013 Nancy Morse and Kirk Taylor. "Woody Gelman and the Bazooka Joe Story" copyright 2013 Len Brown. "Bubbling Over" copyright 2013 Bhob Stewart. A version of this essay first appeared in Blab! no. 3, edited by Monte Beauchamp, published by Kitchen Sink Press in 1988. "Chew! Pop! Gum Wrappers Aren't Just for Kids" copyright 2013 R. Sikoryak. Afterword copyright 2013 Jay Lynch.