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Explainers: The Complete Village Voice Strips (1956-1966)

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By Jules Feiffer In 1956, a relatively unknown cartoonist by the name of Jules Feiffer started contributing a strip to the only alternative weekly published in the US, a small radical newspaper called The Village

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It lasted almost as long as Peanuts (well, it was weekly, not daily), and was done in not when the artist decided it was over, but when his longtime publisher, the Village Voice, gave up on supporting it financially. Feiffer's sui generis is a comic I feel fortunate to have had overlap with my own life, even if I came in on the tail end of its serialization. A lot of it is still fresh to this day -- especially, as Feiffer himself has said, in its depiction of race relations.
  Disquiet | Mar 30, 2013 |
I started reading Jules Feiffer when I was about ten years old. I have some of Feiffer's old paperbacks and was happy to see this book published. Given the age of these strips it was quite a time trip. Feiffer writes excellent satirical humor on politics, relationships and the angst of being alive in America. I think of him as a junior Mark Twain.
A couple of examples would be better than what I have to say.
LBJ complaining about political dissenters: " This current criticism has but one aim. To make me feel bad."
A young man who has grown from reading comic books to the literary quarterly. The pop culture movement starts and he is back reading comic books. " In a society without standards who needs to grow up?"
For anyone who enjoys this type of humor this book will provide hours of thoughtful fun. ( )
  wildbill | Oct 21, 2011 |
The first volume of a planned complete run of Feiffer's Village Voice strips, this covers 1956-1966. Though amazing simply as a time capsule, many of these sixty-second satires retain their considerable punch. ( )
  grunin | Aug 1, 2009 |
Another fine collection of Feiffer strips, mostly from "The Village Voice" and "Playboy". Nobody used to delve better into the psyches of lost and alienated people better than Feiffer did. There's also a smattering of takes on political figures, such as Eisenhower. ( )
  burnit99 | Jan 15, 2007 |
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