Stuff and Nonsense (Hardback)

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A collection of three albums of sequential comics Frost published in his lifetime, this volume includes a variety of stories that highlight his extraordinary skill at caricature and slapstick humour. Anticipating cinematic slapstick, Frost's work is the graphic equivalent of Arbuckle, Keaton, Chaplin and Lloyd. While much of the book is silent, allowing the pictures to do the work, …
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A collection of three albums of sequential comics Frost published in his lifetime, this volume includes a variety of stories that highlight his extraordinary skill at caricature and slapstick humour. Anticipating cinematic slapstick, Frost’s work is the graphic equivalent of Arbuckle, Keaton, Chaplin and Lloyd. While much of the book is silent, allowing the pictures to do the work, this collection also includes over sixty illustrated limericks in the vein of Edward Lear, making this book suitable for children as well adults. Features b/w illustrations throughout.

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A collection of three albums of sequential comics Frost published in his lifetime, this volume includes a variety of stories that highlight his extraordinary skill at caricature and slapstick humour. Anticipating cinematic slapstick, Frost’s work is the graphic equivalent of Arbuckle, Keaton, Chaplin and Lloyd. While much of the book is silent, allowing the pictures to do the work, this collection also includes over sixty illustrated limericks in the vein of Edward Lear, making this book suitable for children as well adults. Features b/w illustrations throughout.