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THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF COMIC FANTASY - Book (2) (ii) Two: A Hedge Against Alchemy; Uncle Harry Passes; The Shoemaker and the Elvis; The Birthday Gift; Escape from the Planet of the Bears; The Star of the Farmyard; Affliction of Baron Humpfelhimmel [Hardcover]

Mike (editor) (John Morressy; Esther Friesner; Lawrence Schimel; Elisabe Ashley , Julek Heller;


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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Carroll and Graf Publishers; First U.S. Edition edition (1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0739407147
  • ISBN-13: 978-0739407141
  • Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 15 x 3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 567 g

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5.0 out of 5 stars Giggles and guffaws May 11 2000
By Melissa Pratt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I love comic fantasy, so was looking forward to this collection very much. I was *not* disappointed! From 'Neander-tale' (why not to make fun of the weird guy) to 'The Outpost Undiscovered By Tourists' (a new twist on the three kings), you'll enjoy yourself tremendously. Good for many hours of grins and giggles...
5.0 out of 5 stars Some cross over of science fiction writers along with fine fantasy writers July 24 2014
By Wil Blythe - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
Some cross over of science fiction writers along with fine fantasy writers. Short stories won't take long to read but are full of characters as amazing and clever as any in Narnia or Lord of the Rings, the Fantasy Comic books are and excellent gift in book form or any kind of download.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Juxtaposition Rank: Utter Despair in the Semi-Literate P.M. May 28 2006
By Coroner - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
A puzzled demeanor paves the road towards less-than-ebullient dissatisfaction. I don't care if the reader of this review spends his/her money on DVD collections of "Desperate Housewives", "Grey's Anatomy" or "Joey"--the lot shall be cast into the foul breath with mechanical precision when the red bulb becomes illuminated--but I must protest the curiousity flittering around Mike Ashley's compilations. This collection isn't appropriately creative to be deemed as absurd. I'm an eccentric fellow who cannot condone a bowl of cereal unless the contents of the bowl are a mixture of disparate palates, so I can appreciate a guffaw (why not?? lately, the comparisons being proclaimed by the spawn of pacers balancing my outrageously, outlandish supervillainous hyena exhalation and the trademarked sociopathic titter of Batman's #1 [self-proclaimed] foe have begged examination). However, this book belongs in the dungheap. Perhaps my meager scope of comprehension prohibits me from a total self-elucidation of the rationale behind publishing such a pestiferous tooth-stainer of literature, but I shall rest comfortably knowing that the book shall be fettered to the shelves collecting not accolades, but DUST.

By the by, homewreckers, scroll down my list of reviews and you shall acknowledge that less than a year ago another Mike Ashley compilation was criticized very favorably. Yes...obviously, the missing piece of this diabolical sphinx shall be enshrouded eternally...

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