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Corporate Author Topps Company.

Title Bazooka Joe and His Gang [electronic resource] / The Topps Company.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : Abrams / Vearsa Limited, [2013]


Description 1 online resource (224 pages)
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Summary 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. Includes 4 bonus trading cards and a genuine wax wrapper that evokes the original bubble gum packaging -- like holding an actual piece of Bazooka in your hands! Praise for Bazooka Joe and His Gang : "A sweet bubble of nostalgia." -- The Wall Street Journal "It's a sweet treat for your inner kid." -- Parade magazine A snappy new book, Bazooka Joe and His Gang looks at the history and heritage of one the world's most recognized candy icons and commemorates the 60th anniversary of its origins." - American".
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Access Digital content provided by Freading Ebook Service.
Subject Morse, Wesley, 1897-1963 -- Themes, motives.
Shepherd, Jeff -- Art collections.
Bazooka Joe and his gang (Comic strip)
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Freading (Firm)
ISBN 9781613124710 (epub)
Standard No. 9781613124710

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