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The Wizard of Id: The Dailies and Sundays 1972
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 1972 for the very first time, as well as new background feature material!
The Best of the Wizard of Id
The Wizard of Id deals with the goings-on of the run-down, oppressed Kingdom of Id. It follows characters from all corners of the kingdom, but concentrates on the court of a tyrannical dwarf-sized monarch, known only as "the King", his wizard, Wiz, his chief knight Sir Rodney, Bung the Jester and many, many others!
The strip has been running since 1964
A collection, specially selected by the family of the late, great Reuben Award winning, Johnny Hart taken from 25 years worth of best newspaper strips of the 20th century.
The Wizard of Id: Dailies and Sunday Strips, 1971
Oppressed, dank, shabby and miserable. No, not Binghamton, New York, but the Land of Id. A one-horse kingdom ruled by a wretched, pint-sized tyrannical despot.
This is a collection of Brant Parker and Johnny Hart's award-winning newspaper comic strip, Wizard of Id, featuring a wise-cracking wizard, a rotten ruler, a drunken has-been jester, a cowardly knight and all the other "Id-iots". If this doesn't make you laugh, you're better off in Binghamton.
For the very first time, a compilation of all of the daily and Sunday strips from 1971, a complete year that helped to make Brant Parker and Johnny Hart one of the world's best-loved creative teams, and make the Wizard of Id one of the most popular cartoons of all time.