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Harvey Comics Classics, Vol. 5: The Harvey Girls

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They're cute, they're clever, and they're obsessive Some of Harvey Comics' biggest stars were three "little" girls with large dreams, enormous hearts and king-size laughs: Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. Audrey was a Paramount Pictures animated cartoon movie star, who became a major comic book headliner in 1948. Her comic book stories were filled with ingenuit They're cute, they're clever, and they're obsessive Some of Harvey Comics' biggest stars were three "little" girls with large dreams, enormous hearts and king-size laughs: Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. Audrey was a Paramount Pictures animated cartoon movie star, who became a major comic book headliner in 1948. Her comic book stories were filled with ingenuity and her spunky, proto-feminist antics rivaled those of her cartoon progenitor, Little Lulu. The strangely obsessive Little Dot has become a cult figure throughout the years. Her love of dots and her unique coterie of eccentric uncles and aunts became the basis for some of the funniest stories in comic book history. Last, but hardly least, is Little Lotta who defied the "big" girl stereotype with adventures showcasing an incredible strength that equaled her insatiable appetite. It's 480 pages - many in finely reproduced full color - of Harvey Girls gone wild This comics collection features the very earliest stories, beginning in the 1950s and leading up into the classic period of the 1960s.


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They're cute, they're clever, and they're obsessive Some of Harvey Comics' biggest stars were three "little" girls with large dreams, enormous hearts and king-size laughs: Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. Audrey was a Paramount Pictures animated cartoon movie star, who became a major comic book headliner in 1948. Her comic book stories were filled with ingenuit They're cute, they're clever, and they're obsessive Some of Harvey Comics' biggest stars were three "little" girls with large dreams, enormous hearts and king-size laughs: Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. Audrey was a Paramount Pictures animated cartoon movie star, who became a major comic book headliner in 1948. Her comic book stories were filled with ingenuity and her spunky, proto-feminist antics rivaled those of her cartoon progenitor, Little Lulu. The strangely obsessive Little Dot has become a cult figure throughout the years. Her love of dots and her unique coterie of eccentric uncles and aunts became the basis for some of the funniest stories in comic book history. Last, but hardly least, is Little Lotta who defied the "big" girl stereotype with adventures showcasing an incredible strength that equaled her insatiable appetite. It's 480 pages - many in finely reproduced full color - of Harvey Girls gone wild This comics collection features the very earliest stories, beginning in the 1950s and leading up into the classic period of the 1960s.

30 review for Harvey Comics Classics, Vol. 5: The Harvey Girls

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    The final volume in the Harvey Comics archives features the three femmes fatales that gave the comics line its glamour: Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. Little Audrey was a tomboy who stopped at nothing to get whatever toy or snack she wanted, Little Dot was a mischievous daydreamer with an endless line of uncles (you know what they say about kids with lots of uncles!), and Little Lotta, happily overweight in spite of the fact that she ate every food group and got tons of exercise in The final volume in the Harvey Comics archives features the three femmes fatales that gave the comics line its glamour: Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. Little Audrey was a tomboy who stopped at nothing to get whatever toy or snack she wanted, Little Dot was a mischievous daydreamer with an endless line of uncles (you know what they say about kids with lots of uncles!), and Little Lotta, happily overweight in spite of the fact that she ate every food group and got tons of exercise in every story. She crushed big time on a delicate egghead nerd named Gerald, whose bowtie was even larger than Richie Rich’s. Unfortunately because of expensive printing and retouching costs this marks the last Harvey Comics archive, cutting out Wendy The Good Little Witch, Sad Sack, and Spooky The Tuff Little Ghost from getting their own anthologies. It’s too bad because all five Dark Horse compilations are essential for any comics collector.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Georgina

    this book is funny. my favorite character is Lotta. she is always hungry! lil dot (the one with the dot dress) is best friends with Lotta. Audrey is the one with the little only tail on top. she's also funny. One of them has plenty of Uncles and they always go on adventures. this book is funny. my favorite character is Lotta. she is always hungry! lil dot (the one with the dot dress) is best friends with Lotta. Audrey is the one with the little only tail on top. she's also funny. One of them has plenty of Uncles and they always go on adventures.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Madisyn

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    Paul Corupe

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mark Arnold

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sunhill

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    Marion Whyte

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nick Ferrara

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    Debbie

  10. 5 out of 5

    Hal Johnson

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emmett Grogan

  12. 5 out of 5

    Raymond

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dean

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    Steven

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    John

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    Allison13

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    Carl Lund

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    Mahesh

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    Paul

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    Fred

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    Angela

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    ComicNerdSam

  23. 5 out of 5

    Angie

  24. 4 out of 5

    Todd Glaeser

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andrés Barragán (Biblioactivista)

  26. 4 out of 5

    Craig Brasfield

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stardusts\ (•◡•) /

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

  30. 4 out of 5

    Simon Fletcher

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