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Tue, 2019-11-19 14:51

Comic-book library anyone?
I have lots of comics and comic related books.
Recently I took the trouble to list them. Comics 263. Collected Editions 155. Graphic Novels 58. Publications devoted to ndividual artists 17. Other (books, magazines, catalogues) 55. History 39. (below)
Not all of them are in perfect condition but the majority are good. Many of the books and graphic novels are hard-back which I neglected to note while listing and am not going to retrace and note now.
When I go to join the great cos-play in the sky it would be nice if these might be available to and read by as many interested parties as possible – a library or education establishment with an interest in comics and comics history would be good.
If you are one such then get in touch and we can see what we can work out. The right person could have them for free.
Email me at me@arthurranson.com
No hurry. I am writing my will but have no immediate expectation for it to be enacted.

COMICS HISTORY
1. Action. The Story of a Violent Comic . Martin Barker 1990 Titan Books
2. Comics of the American West Maurice Horn 1978 Stoeger Publishing
3. Die Beatles im Comic Horst Berner German 201? Boiselle & Ellert
4. Dandy and Beano – More from the First 50 Years. 1981 DC Thompson
5. Tales of the Dark Knight, Batman’s First 50 years. 1939 – 1989 Ed. Mark Cotta Vaz Future Publications
6. DC Comics. Sixty Years of the Worlds Favourite Comic Book Heroes. Les Danialo 1995 Bullfinch
7. The Wonderful World of Film Fun. 1920 – 1962 Graham King & Ron Saxby. 1985 Clarkes New Press
8. Happy Days. One hundred years of comics. Dennis Gifford 1975 Jupiter Books
9. The International Book of Comics . Dennis Gifford 1984 W.H.Smith
10. Look-In Best of The Seventies Ed Graham Kibble –White 2007 Prion Books
11. Look-In Best of The Seventies Ed Graham Kibble –White 2007 Prion Books
12. Nemo – the classic comics library No.1 1983 Fantagraphics Books
13. Nemo – the classic comics library No.3 1983 Fantagraphics Books
14. Nemo – the classic comics library No.4 1983 Fantagraphics Books
15. Nemo – the classic comics library No7 1984 Fantagraphics Books
16. Nemo – the classic comics library No.9 1984 Fantagraphics Books
17. Nemo – the classic comics library No.10 1984 Fantagraphics Books
18. Nemo – the classic comics library No.11 1985 Fantagraphics Books
19. Nemo – the classic comics library No.12 1985 Fantagraphics Books
20. Nemo – the classic comics library No.14 1985 Fantagraphics Books
21. Nemo – the classic comics library No.15 1985 Fantagraphics Books
22. Nemo – the classic comics library No.18 1986 Fantagraphics Books
23. Nemo – the classic comics library No.19 1986 Fantagraphics Books
24. Nemo – the classic comics library No. 20 1986 Fantagraphics Books
25. Nemo – the classic comics library No. 21 1986 Fantagraphics Books
26. Nemo – the classic comics library No.24 1987 Fantagraphics Books
27. Nemo – the classic comics library No.25 1987 Fantagraphics Books
28. Nemo – the classic comics library No.26 1987 Fantagraphics Books
29. Nemo – the classic comics library No.27 1987 Fantagraphics Books
30. Nemo – the classic comics library No.29 1989 Fantagraphics Books
31. Nemo – the classic comics library No.30 1989 Fantagraphics Books
32. The Penguin Book of Comics George Perry & Alan Aldridge 1971 Penguin
33. The Steranko History of Comics Vol. 1 1970 Super Graphics
34. The Steranko History of Comics Vol 2 1972 Super Graphics
35. The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics. Ed Bill Blackbeard & Martin Williams. 1997 Smithsonian/Abrams
36. A History of Underground Comics Mark James Estren 1974 Ronin Publishing
37. The World Encyclopaedia of Comics Maurice Horn 1976 Chelsea House
38. 1001 Comic Books You Must Read Before You Die Ed. Paul Gravett 2012 Cassel Illustrated
39. Women in the Comics Maurice Horn 1977 Chelsea House

Comic-book library anyone?
I have lots of comics and comic related books.
Recently I took the trouble to list them. Comics 263. Collected Editions 155. Graphic Novels 58. Publications devoted to ndividual artists 17. Other (books, magazines, catalogues) 55. History 39. (below)
Not all of them are in perfect condition but the majority are good. Many of the books and graphic novels are hard-back which I neglected to note while listing and am not going to retrace and note now.
When I go to join the great cos-play in the sky it would be nice if these might be available to and read by as many interested parties as possible – a library or education establishment with an interest in comics and comics history would be good.
If you are one such then get in touch and we can see what we can work out. The right person could have them for free.
Email me at me@arthurranson.com
No hurry. I am writing my will but have no immediate expectation for it to be enacted.

COMICS HISTORY
1. Action. The Story of a Violent Comic . Martin Barker 1990 Titan Books
2. Comics of the American West Maurice Horn 1978 Stoeger Publishing
3. Die Beatles im Comic Horst Berner German 201? Boiselle & Ellert
4. Dandy and Beano – More from the First 50 Years. 1981 DC Thompson
5. Tales of the Dark Knight, Batman’s First 50 years. 1939 – 1989 Ed. Mark Cotta Vaz Future Publications
6. DC Comics. Sixty Years of the Worlds Favourite Comic Book Heroes. Les Danialo 1995 Bullfinch
7. The Wonderful World of Film Fun. 1920 – 1962 Graham King & Ron Saxby. 1985 Clarkes New Press
8. Happy Days. One hundred years of comics. Dennis Gifford 1975 Jupiter Books
9. The International Book of Comics . Dennis Gifford 1984 W.H.Smith
10. Look-In Best of The Seventies Ed Graham Kibble –White 2007 Prion Books
11. Look-In Best of The Seventies Ed Graham Kibble –White 2007 Prion Books
12. Nemo – the classic comics library No.1 1983 Fantagraphics Books
13. Nemo – the classic comics library No.3 1983 Fantagraphics Books
14. Nemo – the classic comics library No.4 1983 Fantagraphics Books
15. Nemo – the classic comics library No7 1984 Fantagraphics Books
16. Nemo – the classic comics library No.9 1984 Fantagraphics Books
17. Nemo – the classic comics library No.10 1984 Fantagraphics Books
18. Nemo – the classic comics library No.11 1985 Fantagraphics Books
19. Nemo – the classic comics library No.12 1985 Fantagraphics Books
20. Nemo – the classic comics library No.14 1985 Fantagraphics Books
21. Nemo – the classic comics library No.15 1985 Fantagraphics Books
22. Nemo – the classic comics library No.18 1986 Fantagraphics Books
23. Nemo – the classic comics library No.19 1986 Fantagraphics Books
24. Nemo – the classic comics library No. 20 1986 Fantagraphics Books
25. Nemo – the classic comics library No. 21 1986 Fantagraphics Books
26. Nemo – the classic comics library No.24 1987 Fantagraphics Books
27. Nemo – the classic comics library No.25 1987 Fantagraphics Books
28. Nemo – the classic comics library No.26 1987 Fantagraphics Books
29. Nemo – the classic comics library No.27 1987 Fantagraphics Books
30. Nemo – the classic comics library No.29 1989 Fantagraphics Books
31. Nemo – the classic comics library No.30 1989 Fantagraphics Books
32. The Penguin Book of Comics George Perry & Alan Aldridge 1971 Penguin
33. The Steranko History of Comics Vol. 1 1970 Super Graphics
34. The Steranko History of Comics Vol 2 1972 Super Graphics
35. The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics. Ed Bill Blackbeard & Martin Williams. 1997 Smithsonian/Abrams
36. A History of Underground Comics Mark James Estren 1974 Ronin Publishing
37. The World Encyclopaedia of Comics Maurice Horn 1976 Chelsea House
38. 1001 Comic Books You Must Read Before You Die Ed. Paul Gravett 2012 Cassel Illustrated
39. Women in the Comics Maurice Horn 1977 Chelsea House

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