FROST, Arthur Burdett (2003 ). Stuff and Nonsense. Éditions de l’An 2, Angoulême, France, 82 pages.
This is the first extensive reprinting of comics stories by the celebrated American illustrator A.B. Frost (1851-1928), who in addition to his penwork and paintings was also a pioneer of the comic strip. This book collects the three albums of « sequential graphic stories » he published in his lifetime, and includes a variety of stories that highlight Frost’s extraordinary skill at caricature and slapstick humor.
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