Chas Addams Happily Ever After: A Collection of Cartoons to Chill the Heart of Your Loved One
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Chas Addams Happily Ever After: A Collection of Cartoons to Chill the Heart of Your Loved One

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Charles Addams was renowned for his depictions of love (or lack thereof) in his cartoons. The passion of Morticia and Gomez Addams, the lonely desires of Fester, the numerous grim and ghastly fights between husband and wife -- all found their way into Addams's signature drawings. Addams's concept of love was quite a bit different from the traditional idea of romance. Forge...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published January 3rd 2006 by Simon & Schuster
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Jeff
I love Charles Addams'cartoons. He influenced so many other great cartoonists--from Gahan Wilson to Gary Larson.
Anna
I picked this up because I have watched the Addams family films and am almost finished watching the show. I was interested in checking out the comics everything was based on. Sadly, there wasn't much reference in this collection except for maybe two panels. Those were brilliant, but the rest were poorly drawn and not very funny. Not even the macabre was enough. Hopefully the next volume I check out is better and full of more Addams.
Pierre
For our first year wedding anniversary, my wife got me this book. The cartoons are hilarious and timeless. Thanks hunny!
Kim
dark humor, diverse style, most cartoons seen in previous treasuries
Katiem
Really, this couldn't be more boring and repetitive.
David
Most of these cartoons are about murdering a spouse.
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Chas Addams was a cartoonist best known for creating "The Addams Family" comic characters which have been adapted for a variety of media. His signature style was single panels of macabre humor.
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