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Hey Kids, Comics! Audiobook

Hey Kids, Comics!: True-Life Tales from the Spinner Rack

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Hey Kids, Comics! is an anthology featuring the true-life "secret origins" of comic book pros, TV and film writers, authors, journalists, and other people from all walks of life detailing why they love comic books so much and how comics have influenced their lives.

With comic books a greater part of the culture than they have ever been (from movies to TV shows to live theater), Hey Kids, Comics! takes a look back to show how this medium grabbed several generations of kids and never let go.

Featuring stories by Alan Brennert, J.M. DeMatteis, Steve Englehart, Sholly Fisch, Paul Kupperberg, Tim Neenan, Jill Pantozzi, Erika D. Peterman, and many more!

©2013 Robert J. Kelly (P)2015 Robert J. Kelly

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    A rather satisfying collection of remembrances -- from the Golden Age to now -- of comics' pull and tug on readers and their lasting effects, good and bad.

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