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The Wizard of Id: The Dailies and Sundays 1972

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Welcome to the Kingdom of Id, a one-horse kingdom ruled by a wretched, pint-sized tyrannical despot known only as The King.

This is a collection of Brant Parker and Johnny Hart's award-winning newspaper strip, featuring a cast of wise-cracking wizards and rotten rulers, drunken has-been jesters and cowardly knights. This volume collects the daily and Sunday strips from 197
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published October 9th 2012 by Titan Books (first published October 2nd 2012)
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Shelves: humor
Some of those comics are dated (multiple references to Howard Hughes, for instance), but some are as applicable today as they were then.
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I've like the Wizard of Id for a long time and was glad to see this compilation.
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