Playboy's Little Annie Fanny, Volume 2

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Hugh Marston Hefner
Dark Horse Comics, 2001 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 240 pages
2 Reviews
Dark Horse concludes its complete reprinting of Playboy's legendary Little Annie Fanny strip, with an even bigger second volume, at the same price as the first. Picking up where the first volume left off, this collection follows the strip through to its end in 1988. Ralph Nader, the women's movement, Star Wars, and Arnold Schwarzenegger all fall victim to the merciless and masterful satire of Kurtzman and Elder. The first volume was a smash hit, and the second includes all the same goodies, with never-before-seen production art and behind-the-scenes info about Hefner, Kurtzman, Elder, and the host of cartoonists who contributed to this revolutionary comic.

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Review: Little Annie Fanny, Vol. 1: 1962-1970 (Little Annie Fanny #1)

User Review  - Jenniffer - Goodreads

Thought I'd give this a shot and I really liked it! The art and coloring is amazing, and the political satire is hysterical! Its funny looking at the costumes and even a some of the hair styles as they are what is in fashion now a days. Its true that styles come back around! Read full review

Review: Little Annie Fanny, Vol. 1: 1962-1970 (Little Annie Fanny #1)

User Review  - Jose Gomez - Goodreads

Collecting the classic "Annie Fannie" strips from Playboy magazine, this book is awesome. If you're looking for great satire in a sexy outfit, shop no further. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
102
Section 2
103
Section 3
121
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

In addition to his pioneering work on the serious EC war comics, Harvey Kurtzman (1924-1993) created the all-time greatest satirical comic (with Mad), the most widely-read adult comic strip (with Little Annie Fanny in Playboy), and one of the earliest graphic novels (with the 1959 The Jungle Book).

Will Elder (Hall of Fame, 2003) was also known for a 45-year stint with Cracked magazineand for being one of MAD s founding artists.

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