Hagar the Horrible (1995) comic books 1938 or later
Stories by Dik Browne. Art and cover by Frank Roberge, plus a backup story by Al Hubbard. Reprints of the humorous Viking comic strip Hagar the Horrible from Canadian publisher Avalon/ACG Comics. How Hagars sidekick Lucky Eddie got his name, a previously unpublished story from the Charlton archives; What happened when the Vikings swore off war; A non-Hagar tale from the 1940s about tooth fairies seeking money to leave for a little boy. Also featuring a backup story from ACGs Ha Ha Comics from the 1950s. Theres even a word puzzle; the book is also of historical interest from a publishing standpoint. Produced from digitized images sent to the press without first being transferred to film, it was the first digital "CTP" (computer to plate) comic. A Change of Luck; Too Pooped to Plunder; Home is The Hero; The Impulsive Imps. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.