Playboy's Little Annie Fanny: 1962-1970

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Dark Horse Comics, 2000 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 224 pages
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Dark Horse Comics and Playboy Enterprises are proud to present for the first time ever the more than 400 pages of the late, great Harvey Kurtzman's Little Annie Fanny, collected in two deluxe volumes. Kurtzman, creator of Mad magazine and godfather of underground comix, teamed with longtime E.C. Comics collaborator Will Elder (and sometimes Frank Frazetta, Russ Heath, and Jack Davis!) to create a Playboy icon second only to the bunny and a risque comics icon second to none! Each volume showcases over 200 pages of stunningly rendered stories from the sexy strip's 25-year run. Trend setting in its use of color, irreverent in its satirical look at the changing face of America, and a masterpiece of technique, this definitive collection of one of world's most controversial comic strips is long overdue. This first volume takes us through the swinging Sixties with the Beatles, Civil Rights, and the beginning of the Sexual Revolution. Also included, a detailed behind-the-scenes look at the strip's creative process, featuring never-before-seen art and preliminary drawings!

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

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

A bold fresh piece of sixties culture . . . Read full review

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

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
26
Section 3
32
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Harvey Kurtzman (b. 1924) passed away in 1993.

Will Elder, one of America's greatest living cartoonists, was born in 1921 and resides in Monroe Township, NJ, with his wife of 50 years.

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