The Addams Family: An Evilution
The "evilution" of Charles Addams's singularly eccentric family began long before the television and film interpretations made them icons of American popular culture. Addams first created Morticia, Lurch, and The Thing in a cartoon published in a 1938 issue of the New Yorkerthough he hadn't named them at the time, or even conceived of a family unit. (When he did name the d...more
It's interesting to note Gomez in the cartoons is not the suave Gomez of the TV show or the movies. I personally like the Gomez in the TV show better than ...more
This is not the book to read if you are looking for everything Addams though. ...more
I mean, I want that. To be standing together with my loved one when I'm gray and old. There is something "dark and gloomy" about the picture (like Wednesday refers to the house they live in) and that's also something appealing to me.
I knew I had to get my hands on Evilution to see if we'd have a connection of the mind as well and we sure do! I always prefer the original to copies so Evilution is really frui ...more
Com muitas notas informativas, algumas escritas pelo próprio cartoonista, e agrupadas por cada uma das personagens, foi muito agradável conhecer as estranhas mas sobretudo ternas personagens. Muitos cartoons fizeram-me sorrir e aos poucos maravilhava-me com a natureza peculiar da família, mas alguns deles não entendi, talvez só os fãs ...more
I had seen a few of the comics floating around the internet, and of course I knew that the TV show and following films and franchise were based on the comics. So, I was happy to come along this book that includes many, if not all, of the Addams family comics collected in print. The characters are slightly different from those of the TV show and movies, but still ex ...more