Cartooning/c minus

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Alan wrote at 2008-10-08 16:51:54
During early 1970, there was a small paperback book, about 4 inches high and 7 inches long, in the horizontal or comic strip format. C minus was the name and the characters were of a college age guy who had a station wagon with wood panel and had surfboard.  His girlfriend name was Maryanne. This book was common in New England area.  I never saw it in the newspapers.  Every now and then, I could kick myself for selling the book at a yard sale.


JOE wrote at 2012-07-07 03:05:51
THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. HAD THIS BOOK MYSELF BACK IN GRADE SCHOOL; A FRIEND'S OLDER (HIPPIE!) BROTHER GAVE IT TO ME


Bill wrote at 2015-09-06 12:34:26
In Jr High, in the late 60's I got a book of comics featuring a character named C Minus, I WOULD LOVE TO FIND A COPY


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Can answer questions about American (and some European and Asian) comic strips, cartoonists, and comic books (especially from the 1960s and `70s). Also well-versed on topics related to cartooning techniques, composition, and art supplies. I'm not an expert on animated cartoons, or on the collectibles market (i.e., how much old comic books or cartoon artwork are worth). I've been asked questions on these areas in the past, and I've found the answers through Google, or from consulting other experts. This is becoming too time consuming lately, though, so I'm afraid that any future questions in these areas, unless I happen to know the answer, will receive a reply stating that this is outside of my expertise.

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Forty years reading and collecting comic books. Over twenty years as an amateur cartoonist. Extensive library of cartoon- and comic-related reference books.

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