Mort Walker's Private
Scrapbook: Celebrating a Life of Love and Laughter
A beautiful, hardback, 320 page, full-color,
of Mort's long and
career. Engaging, Engrossing,
Entertaining, The subtitle says it all.Also available signed by
Mort from Mort's homepage at
Mortwalker.com (click picture for onfo).
Backstage at the
The old, rare, hard-to-find, in-demand highly sought
after 1975 edition is long out of print, but now this classic work is
once again available
a new edition. Here's Mort's behind-the-scenes look at the whole funny
business of the funny business, including comics and profiles of his
comic- creating pals. Chock full of black and white strips and
illustrations (click picture for info).
The Lexicon of
Comicana (New Edition)
That Mort--what a funny guy! This is the Webster's of Wonder, the
Roget's of ribaldry, the Encyclopedia Comicana of all things cartoon.
Never mind that professor Walker made it all up. Here are toon terms
and daffynitions for all those things in the comics too funny for
words (click picture for info).
The Best of Hi and Lois
Collected comics from the favorite family strip by Mort and Dik Browne,
his longtime collaborator and co-conspirator in comic hilarity (not to
mention the creator of Hagar the Horrible). Beetle has been known to
drop in on his relations when out on furlough. Also available in a
edition from Mortwalker.com (click picture for info).
Hi and Lois :
At last: a full color quality coffee table edition of the much-loved
strip by Mort Walker and Dik Browne (click picture for info).
Beetle Bailey Celebration
This is a 40th anniversary collection of strips. Yeah, we're up to
the fiftieth anniversary, but who's counting? This collection, already
more than ten years old, has different strips than the two fifty year
volumes. Click on Mort's icon to get one signed, "Best Wishes, Mort
All three collections are getting hard to find, and this way you can
get Mort's John Hancock (click picture for more info).
50 Years of
This is one of two fifty year celebration books that collect Beetle
strips from five decades. Both are out of print and hard to find. The
difference is that you can get this one signed by Mort from
Beetle Bailey Shot Glasses
With so much to celebrate, 'ya gotta have this set from Dark Horse.
Let's hear it for Camp Swampy! A toast to Beetle! Happy fortieth--I
mean fiftieth anniversary! Root beers all around-- this round's on
from comic shops and Things From Another World (tfaw.com).
Beetle Bailey: Still Lazy
After All These Years
The cream of the crop of fifty years of military madness. Different
cartoons than the other five decade collection (50 Years of Beetle
Bailey). Out of Print.
This budget set of two two-sided discs not only includes twenty Beetle
Bailey Cartoons but also thirty more 'toons from King Features/ Hearst
Cartoons including twenty Barney Google and Snuffy Smith. There's also
two shows from Bob Kane's Cool McCool and eight other 'toons (click
picture for info).
Classic Comic Characters:
Beetle Bailey (#11)
The best new collectibles are these comic characters from Dark Horse,
available at comic shops and Things From Another World (tfaw.com). They
come with a beautiful lithographed tin box and a pin. Entry level is
around $50, but these numbered editions will likely go up soon. Sarge
in the line-up, along with numerous other classic comic and cartoon
Beetle Bailey/ Hagar the
Horrible/ Betty Boop DVD
Ten of these twelve cartoons are the King Features Beetle Bailey
shorts that were available in various VHS editions. This was the first
Beetle Bailey release on DVD and is now out of print. It also includes
two specials of Betty Boop and Hagar the Horrible. Saturday
Morning Cartoons: Animated All Stars Vol. One is a lot better
collection and a lot better deal.
Mort Walker: Conversations with Comic
If the interview with Mort here wet your whistle, here's your chance to
read more (click picture for info).
Beetle Bailey Book and
Learn to relax at home. This self-help set includes a 4 inch PVC PFC
role model and a 128 page guide to goofing off. A daily dose of these
comics is guaranteed to keep up your morale. Also available: Miss
Buxley, Sarge and General Halftrack sets. Dark Horse has out- done
with these outstanding book and figure sets, which come packaged for
gift giving (now somewhat rare).
Miss Buxley Set
A happy globe: the
symbol and goal of the International Museum of Cartoon Art. In 2007 the
IMCA is changing its name to the National Cartoon Museum and moving
into the Empire State Building. One more reason to visit the Big Apple.
The Best of Beetle
Now back in print!
Over 240 pages of Beetle comics and history spanning three decades. An
oversize paperback collection that will keep you laughing from reveille
'till rack time (click picture for info).