Crazy Quilt: Scraps & Panels on the Way to Gasoline Alley

Before he began the beloved Gasoline Alley comic strip, Frank King drew ten Sunday features and scores of illustrations and cartoons for the Chicago Tribune. This oversize volume collects the best of all King's work from 1910 to 1918, including the complete run of the phenomenal "jam" comic Crazy Quilt. Also in this collection are the wildly imaginative stories and layouts of Bobby Make Believe, a Little Nemo tribute, and the basis of all the Sunday fantasy strips with Walt and Skeezix. With an introduction by Jeet Heer and a foreword from Chris Ware.

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