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   Contribution to Tintin och de Fyrtio Tecknarna : ett
   hyllningsalbum till Hergé (Stockholm : Medusa, 1989). --
   Call no.: PN6747.H4Z5 A219 1989
   "Silence From Planetoid X" (Planetoid X) / art: Bill
   Discount. 5 p. in Planet Comics, no. 71 (1953). -- First
   Planetoid X story. -- Introduction of Arn Guro; and villain
   Lon. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.71
Lon, A.
   Entry (p. 734) in De la Historieta y su Uso, 1873-2000 /
   Jesús Cuadrado (Atlas Español de la Cultura Popular ; v. 1)
   -- (Madrid : Ediciones Sinsentido, 2000). -- A 1960s
   Spanish artist. -- Call no.: PN6775.C8 2000
"Lon Loser" / Justin Green. 2 p. in Teen-Age Horizons of
   Shangrila, no. 2 (Nov. 1972). -- Call no.:
Londin-Gallant, Shannon.
   "Circle of Skulls" / story, Andrew Vachss and James Colbert
   ; script, Chet Williamson ; pencils, Shannon Londin-Gallant
   ; inks, Monty Sheldon ; lettering, Steve Dutro ; colors,
   Rachelle Menashe. 24 p. in Cross, no. 3 (Jan. 1996). --
   Call no.: PN6728.6.D34C7 1995no.3
Londin-Gallant, Shannon.
   "Extraction" / script, Andrew Vachss and James Colbert ;
   pencils, Shannon Londin-Gallant ; inks, Monty Sheldon ;
   lettering, Steve Dutro ; colors, Rachelle Menache. 24 p. in
   Cross, no. 0 (Oct. 1995). -- Call no.: PN6728.6.D34C7
Londin-Gallant, Shannon.
   Solo / adaptation, Rick Geary ; penciller, Shannon
   Londin-Gallant ; inker, Carlos Garzon. -- Milwaukie, OR :
   Dark Horse Comics, 1996. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Movie
   adaptation. -- Complete in 2 nos. -- War genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: no. 1-2. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.D34S62 1996
   Entry (p. 37) in The Collector's Guide : The First Heroic
   Age, by Jerry Bails (Detroit, Mich. : J. Bails, 1969). --
   Entry for a character or feature in Daredevil comics,
   1941-1942. -- Call no.: PN6725.B28 1969
London, Arthur.
   "Mail" p. 4-5 in Creepy, no. 37 (Jan. 1971). -- Letters to
   the editor from Israel Oppenheimer, Arthur London, Michael
   Long, Perry Loftesness, Charles Basile, Richard S. Johnson,
   Joe Hammell, Robert Larkin, and John Dearden. -- Call no.:

London, Bobby, 1950-

American comics artist. See also his Merton of the Movement.
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Albert the Lawyer!" / London. 1 p. in Left-Field Funnies,
   no. 1 (1972). -- Back cover. -- Begins: Wa'd he do dis
   time? -- Call no.: PN6728.45.A6 L4no.1
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Cross-Cultural Respect"* (Dirty Duck) / London. 1 p. in
   The Tortoise and the Hare (Berkeley, Calif. : Last Gasp
   Eco-Funnies, 1971). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3T6 1971
London, Bobby, 1950-
   The Dirty Duck Book / by Bobby London. -- San Francisco,
   Calif. : Company and Sons, 1971. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- "Vol. 1, no. 1, December 1971-March 1972" -- Underground
   and funny animal genres. -- Contents (all are Dirty Duck
   stories): "Philipsteins!"* 1 p. ; "The Grateful Dead are In
   Town!"* 2 p. ; "You've Buttered Your Bun, Now Lie in It!"*
   1 p. ;"She Does Not Like You, Mr. Duck"* 1 p. ; "I Was
   Hoping You'd Name the Kid After Me"* 1 p. ; "H'lo
   Switt-Pie!"* 1 p. ; "I Never Cared for Isometrics"* 1 p. ;
   "F is for the Father of Our Country"* 1 p. ; "When do you
   Plan on Leaving?"* 1 p. ; "As the Vulture Said, Annie's in
   Big Trouble"* 1 p. ; "Cops in the Moonlight"* 1 p. ;
   "Manhole Cover"* 1 p. ; "Step On It, Poozle-Puddin'"* 1 p.
   ; "Cuppla Motorcyles"* 1 p. ; "Rapping Around with an
   Ectoplasm"* 1 p. ; "At Last a Promotion is Due!"* 1 p. ;
   "Joe Stork is a Good Bird to Know"* 1 p. ; "Where Is that
   Little Son of the Desert?"* 1 p. ; "Plaster of Porous from
   Paris"* 1 p. ; "Blood from a Stone"* 1 p. ; "Coconut Tree"*
   1 p. ; "Coping Beautifully"* 1 p. ; "Would You Mind
   Watching Walter?"* 1 p. ; "Bug Spray"* 1 p. ; "Lamp Cord"*
   1 p. ; "Toothbrushing"* 1 p. ; "Hungry" 1 p. ; "Solitaire"*
   1 p. ; "Hitchhiking"* 1 p. ; "The Black Puppy Free
   Breakfast Program"* 1 p. ; "The Duke of Prunes"* 1 p. ;
   "That's Not Caviar, They're Ground Doonesberries"* 1 p. ;
   "A Little Croquet"* 1 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.C6D5 1971
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Duck and Weevil" / London. 1 p. in El Perfecto Comics
   (Berkeley, Calif. : Print Mint, 1973). -- Begins: "Here it
   is, my good man! Your escape from reality!" -- Call no.:
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Filthy"* (Doctor Dope) / London. 1 p. in Merton of the
   Movement (Berkeley,  Calif. : Last Gasp Eco-Funnies, 1971).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3M4 1971
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "The Grateful Dead are in Town!"* (Dirty Duck) / London. 2
   p. in Air Pirates Funnies, v. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 1971). -- 2nd
   of 7 Dirty Duck episodes in this issue. -- Call no.:
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "His Mind is as Padded as His Cell"* (Dirty Duck) / London.
   1 p. in Air Pirates Funnies, v. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 1971). --
   1st of 7 Dirty Duck episodes in this issue. -- Call no.:
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "If We Have Another Opium War You'll Lose"* (Dirty Duck) /
   London. 1 p. in The Tortoise and the Hare (Berkeley, Calif.
   : Last Gasp Eco-Funnies, 1971). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3T6
London, Bobby, 1950-
   Left-Field Funnies. -- San Francisco, Calif. : Apex
   Novelties, 1972. -- ill. ; 25 cm. -- Published no. 1 (1972)
   only. -- By Bobby London. -- Underground genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.A6L4
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "A Little Cash an' a Little Hash"* (Dirty Duck) / London. 1
   p. in The Tortoise and the Hare (Berkeley, Calif. : Last
   Gasp Eco-Funnies, 1971). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3T6 1971
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Old Si Meets His Match" 1 p. in Dan O'Neill's Comics and
   Stories, v. 1, no. 2 (Dec. 1947, i.e. 1971). -- By Bobby
   London, cf. Kennedy. Official Underground and Newave Comix
   Price Guide. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.C6D3v.1no.2
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Sins of the Flesh!" (Clarence Crablicé) / London. 4 p. in
   Facts o' Life Funnies (San Francisco? : Multi Media
   Resource Center/Rip Off Press, 1972). -- Call no.:
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Strip Pinochle"* (Dirty Duck) / London. 2 tiers in The
   Simpleton, v. 1, no. 3 (Spring 1976). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.45.H63 S4v.1no.3
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Thymbol Theatre Presents Doctor Dope" / by London. 4 p. in
   Further Adventures of those Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers /
   by Gilbert Shelton (San Francisco : Rip Off Press, 1972).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5F23 1972
London, Bobby, 1950-
   "Why Bobby Seale is Not Black" / Bobby London. 9 p. in
   Merton of the Movement (Berkeley,  Calif. : Last Gasp
   Eco-Funnies, 1971). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3M4 1971
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Biographical entry (p. 176) in The Great American Comic
   Strip, by Judith O'Sullivan (Boston : Little, Brown and
   Company, 1990). -- Call no.: folio PN6725 .O75 1990
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Biographical entry and photographic portrait (p. 68-69) in
   The Underground Comix Family Album, by Malcolm Whyte & Clay
   Geerdes. -- (San Francisco : Word Play Publications, 1998).
   -- Call no.: PN6725.W478 1998
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Comic Censorship. -- p. 126-139 : ill. ; 24 cm. -- In
   Gauntlet, Exploring the Limits of Free Expression, no. 8
   (1994) -- CONTENTS: Drawn to obscenity / S. Cunningham --
   Getting "ahead" in Florida / M. Diana -- Bobby London and
   the Air Pirates Follies / S.C. Ringgenberg.
   1. Censorship. 2. London, Bobby. 3. Air Pirates Funnies. I.
   Cunningham, S. II. Diana, Michael. III. Ringgenberg,
   Steven. IV. Drawn to Obscenity. V. Getting "ahead" in
   Florida. VI. Bobby London and the Air Pirates Follies. VII.
   Gauntlet, Exploring the Limits of Free Expression. Call
   no.: AP2.G26no.8
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   "Demonic Comics : The New Marvels" (Comix World) / by Clay
   Geerdes. p. 37-38 in Wonderworld, v. 3, no. 2 (whole no.
   10) (Nov. 1973). -- Includes photographs of Patricia
   Moodian, Shelby, Lee Marrs, Trina, Sharon Rudahl, Chin
   Lively, Joyce Sutton, Bobby London, Shary Flenniken, and
   Clay Geerdes. -- Call no.: PN6725.K9G7v.3no.2
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 172) in Adult Comics : an Introduction / by
   Roger Sabin (London : Routledge, 1993). Call no.:
   PN6710.S23 1993
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 133) in America's Great Comic-Strip
   Artists, by Richard Marschall (New York : Abbeville Press,
   1989). Call no.: PN6725.M284A5 1989
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 141) in The Art of the Comic Book / by R.C.
   Harvey (Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1996)
   Call no.: PN6725.H37 1996
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 53, 164) in Comics, vom Massenblatt ins
   multimediale Abenteuer, by Andreas C. Knigge (Reinbeck bei
   Hamburg : Rowohlt, 1996). -- Call no.: PN6710.K53 1996
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 164) in Dangerous Drawings, ed. by Andrea
   Juno (New York : Juno Books, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D245 1997
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 237-238, 315-316) in The Encyclopedia of
   American Comics, ed. by Ron Goulart (New York : Facts on
   File, 1990). Call no.: PN6725.E64 1990
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 135, 260) in Encyclopédie des bandes
   dessinées / éd. Marjorie Alessandrini. Nouv. éd. (Paris :
   A. Michel, 1986) Call no.: PN6707.E5 1986
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 816, 821) in Historia de los Comics / J.
   Toutain, J. Coma (Barcelona : Toutain, 1982-1984?) -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H5 1982a
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 27, 29, 122, 132, 137, 215) in A History of
   Underground Comics / by Mark James Estren. 3rd ed.
   (Berkeley, Calif. : Ronin, 1993). Call no.: PN6725.E75 1993
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 69) in The Illustrated Encyclopedia of
   Cartoon Animals, by Jeff Rovin (New York : Prentice Hall,
   1991). -- Call no.: NC1766.U5R6 1991
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 529) in The World Encyclopedia of Comics,
   ed. by Maurice Horn (New York : Chelsea House, 1976). Call
   no.: PN6710.W6 1976
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   "London Calling" / Steve Taylor. p. 3-4 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 240 (Jan. 2002). -- (Blood and Thunder) --
   Letter to the editor on Bobby London. -- Call no.:
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   "Mondo Popeye" (Book Guide) / reviewed by K. Metzger. p.
   63- in Comics Buyer's Guide, no. 832 (Oct. 27, 1989) --
   Book reviewed is by Bobby London. -- Data from Kim Metzger.
   1. Popeye. 2. London, Bobby. I. Metzger, Kim. II. Book
   Guide. Call no.: PN6725 f.B8no.832
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   "Popeye Artist Fired" p. 12 in The Comics Journal, no. 152
   (Aug. 1992) -- (NewsWatch) -- Bobby London does a sequence
   about abortion. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.152
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   Self-caricature, with biographical text by R.C. Harvey, on
   p. 53 of A Gallery of Rogues (Columbus, OH : Ohio State
   University Cartoon Research Library, 1998). -- Call no.:
   NC1426.G3 1998
London, Bobby, 1950- --Miscellanea.
   "Silver Linings" / by Al Hormel. p. 26-29 in Hogan's Alley,
   v. 2, no. 1 (=no. 5) (1998). -- (Bursting Balloons) --
   Summary: Describes the success of artists who have taken
   over established comic strips, including Bud Sagendorf and
   Bobby London (Popeye), Jim Raymond, Stan Drake and Denis
   LeBrun (Blondie), Dick Moores and Jim Scancarelli (Gasoline
   Alley), Leonard Starr (Annie), Selby Kelly (Pogo), George
   Wunder (Terry and the Pirates), Jerry Scott and Guy and
   Brad Gilchrist (Nancy) -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.5
London, Diane.
  "As the World Yearns : An Installment from America's First
   Magazine Soap Opera" / conceived and written by Agnes
   Latimer ; filmed by Nippy Philips ; starring Diane London,
   Michele Scherer, Randy Hardesty. p. 75-81 in New Dawn, v.
   1, no. 1 (New York: Dawn Publications, 1976) -- Story in
   photo and caption style. -- Call no.: HQ1101.N42v.1no.1

London, Jack, 1876-1916

American writer whose works are adapted to comics. See also his The Call of the Wild
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   The Bank Street Book of Creepy Tales / edited by Howard
   Zimmerman, Seymour Reit, and Barbara Brenner. -- New York :
   Pocket Books, 1989. -- 189 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. -- (A Byron
   Preiss book) -- Comics adapting the work of Edgar Allan
   Poe, Jack London and other authors of chilling tales. --
   Call no.: PN6726.B33C7 1989
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   Chasseurs d'Or / dessins, Juillard ; texte, Ollivier ;
   couleurs, Laurence Quilici et Yves Lencot ; première
   epoque, Carmen Levi, second epoque. -- Paris : Delcourt,
   1987. -- 47 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- At head of title:
   Coeur de gris, Jack London. -- Genre: Adventure story. --
   Call no.: PN6747 .O34C47 1987
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   Chinago and Other Stories / stories by Jack London. --
   Plymouth, MI : Tome Press, 1991. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   "Vol. 1, no. 1". -- Illustrated text stories with the
   outward format of a comic book. -- Contents: "The Chinago"
   / illustrated by Guy Davis ; "The Death of Ligoun" /
   illustrated by Charles Yates ; "Told in the Drooling Ward"
   / illustrated by Vince Locke. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.C3C45
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   "He Lived What He Wrote" 6 p. in Real Fact Comics, no. 4
   (Sept./Oct. 1946). -- "Vagabond, author, roving reporter of
   life, this was Jack London, who made his dreams of
   adventure come true and wrote to tell the world about
   them!" -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3R4no.4
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   Horror Classics / edited by Tom Pomplun. -- Mount Horeb,
   Wis. : Eureka Productions, 2004. -- 144 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- (Graphic Classics ; v. 10) -- Adaptations of literary
   horror tales to comics. -- Contents: The mummy / Ambrose
   Bierce ; The thing on the doorstep / H.P. Lovecraft ; Some
   words with a mummy / Edgar Allan Poe ; In a far-off world /
   Olive Schreiner ; The thing at Ghent / Honoré de Balzac ;
   The monkey's paw / W.W. Jacobs ; The open window / Saki ; A
   day-dream / Fitz-James O'Brien ; Keesh, son of Keesh / Jack
   London ; Professor Jonkin's cannibal plant / Howard R.
   Garis ; The beast of Averoigne / Clark Ashton Smith ;
   Selina Sedilia / Bret Harte. -- Call no.: PN6726.R631 2004
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   "La Invasión sin Igual" / de Jack London ; guión, Raúl
   Prieto Cab. ; adaptación, Rémy Bastien ; ilustración,
   Ricardo Ceballos ; portada, Rodolfo Pérez. p. 3-170 in
   Novelas Inmortales, no. 423 (Dec. 25, 1985)
   I. London, Jack, 1876-1916. II. Prieto Cab., Raúl. III.
   Bastien, Rémy. IV. Ceballos, Ricardo. V. Pérez, Rodolfo.
   Call no.: PN6790.M44N64no.423
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   Jack London's Koolau the Leper / adapted by Charles Yates.
   -- Livonia, MI : Tome Press, 1991. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.6.C3J25 1991
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   Jack London's Sea Wolf. -- New York : Gilberton, 1951. --
   48 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Classics Illustrated ; no.
   1. Adventure story comics. I. London, Jack, 1876-1916. II.
   Sea Wolf. III. Series. Call no.: PN6728.1.G5C55no.85
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   "Jessie, This is Sahamis Base Calling" / by Carlos Gimenez.
   p. 21-28 in Heavy Metal, v. 9, no. 8 (Nov. 1985). --
   "Adapted from Adventure, by Jack London." -- Call no.:
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   "The Leopard Man's Story" / by Jack London ; story adapted
   and illustrated by Rick Geary. p. 124-139 in The Bank
   Street Book of Creepy Tales (New York : Pocket Books,
   1989). -- Call no.: PN6726.B33C7 1989
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   O. Henry / edited by Tom Pomplun. -- Mount Horeb, Wis. :
   Eureka Productions, 2005. -- 144 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Graphic Classics ; v. 11) -- Contents: An unfinished story
   / illustrated by Shary Flenniken ; The ransom of red chief
   / adapted by Tom Pomplun, illustrated by Johnny Ryan ; The
   Caballero's way / illustrated by Mark A. Nelson ; The gift
   of the Magi / adapted by Tom Pumplun, illustrated by Lisa
   K. Weber ; After twenty years / adapted & illustrated by
   Rachel Masilamani ; A strange story / adapted & illustrated
   by Tom Neely ; The marionettes / adapted by Antonella
   Caputo, illustrated by Rick Geary ; The furnished room /
   adapted & illustrated by Gerry Alanguilan ; Roads of
   destiny / adapted by Rod Lott, illustrated by Joe Ollman,
   Pedro Lopez & Rico Schacherl ; The friendly call / adapted
   by Tom Pomplun, illustrated by Peter Gullerud ; A Madison
   Square Arabian night / adapted by Mort Castle, illustrated
   by Michael Slack ; The eye of the beholder: an homage to O.
   Henry / by Mort Castle & Tom Pomplun, illustrated by
   Stanley W. Shaw ; Jack London and O. Henry / by Carl
   Sandburg, illustrated by Milton Knight ; About the artists
   & writers. -- Partly in adventure story genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.R6311 2005
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   A Piece of Steak / adapted by Ron McCain and Gary Reed,
   illustrated by Ron McCain. -- Plymouth, MI : Tome Press,
   1991. -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- Vol. 1, no. 1 contains a short
   biography of Jack London on inside front cover, and a short
   history of boxing on back of the last page of the story. --
   Cover title: Jack London's A Piece of Steak. -- Sports
   genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 1. -- Call no.:
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   "Science Fiction et Politique" / coordonné par François
   Rivière. text p. 45-51 in À Suivre, no. 3 (Avr. 1978). --
   (Le Dossier (A Suivre)) -- Text by Pierre Christin (on
   science fiction and comics), Marc Duveau (on American comic
   books), Alain De Gueldre, Bernard Blanc, Philip K. Dick,
   Gabrielle Borile, Yves Di Manno. -- Includes a 1-tier strip
   by Chantal Montellier, with script by Jack London. -- Call
   no.: PN6748.A2no.3
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   The Sea Wolf / Jack London. -- West Haven, CT : Academic
   Industries, 1984. -- 61 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. -- (Pocket
   Classics ; C47)
   I. London, Jack, 1876-1916. II. Series. III. Academic
   Industries. Call no.: PS3523.O46S4 1984
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   Walt Disney Pictures Presents White Fang / adaptation by
   Bobbi JG Weiss ; illustrator Sparky Moore ; letterer Stan
   Sakai ; colorist Christine Shearer. -- Burbank, Calif. :
   W.D. Publications, 1991? -- 64 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   "Based upon the novel by Jack London". -- Main character is
   a dog. -- Genre: Adventure story. -- Call no.: PS3523 .O46
   W472 1991
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   White Fang / by Jack London ; illustrated by Alex A. Blum.
   -- New York : Gilberton, 1951. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 26
   cm. -- (Classics Illustrated ; no. 80)
   1. Dogs--Fiction--Comic books, strips, etc. I. London,
   Jack, 1876-1916. II. Blum, Alex Anthony, 1889-1969. III.
   Series. Call no.: PN6728.1.G5C55no.80
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   White Fang / adapted from the classic novel by Jack London
   ; Doug Moench, script ; Philippine Tribe, artists. -- New
   York : Marvel Comics Group, 1977. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 26
   cm. -- (Marvel Classics Comics ; no. 32)
   1. Dogs--Fiction--Comic books, strips, etc. I. London,
   Jack, 1876-1916. II. Moench, Doug, 1948-  III. Series. Call
   no.: PN6728.4.M3M15no.32
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
   White Fang / Jack London. -- West Haven, Conn. : Academic
   Industries, 1984. -- 61 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. -- (Pocket
   Classics ; C35)
   1. Dogs--Fiction--Comic books, strips, etc. I. London,
   Jack, 1876-1916. II. Series. II. Academic Industries. Call
   no.: PS3523.O46W47 1984
London, Jack, 1876-1916--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 9) in Cartoon Cavalcade, edited by Thomas
   Craven (New York : Simon and Schuster, 1943). Call no.:
London, John O.
   Index entry (p. 19, 54) in Encyclopédie des bandes
   dessinées / éd. Marjorie Alessandrini. Nouv. éd. (Paris :
   A. Michel, 1986) Call no.: PN6707.E5 1986
London, Michael.
   Nomadic Dreams. no. 1 / co-creators, artwork, story,
   lettering, colors, editing, etc.: Ed Oshima & Michael
   London. -- San Diego, Calif. : Spire Studios, 1993. -- 30
   p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "#1 January 1994". -- Science
   fiction genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.S635N6 1993

London (England)

See also Kiki (a story that takes place in London) and Scotland Yard (a police station in London).
London (England)
   "The Amazing Fashion Babies" 1 p. text in Wonder Woman, no.
   107 (July 1959). -- About dolls used to bring new styles in
   women's clothing from London to colonial America. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N3W6no.107
London (England)
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "London"
London (England)
   "The Boy Who Knocked Out the Champion of London Town"
   (Quick Nick, the Lightning Lock-Picker of London) 2 p. in
   The Dandy, no. 1652 (July 21, 1973). -- Call no.:
London (England)
   Carver Hale : Twisting the Knife / Mike Carey, Mike
   Perkins, Dylan Teague. -- Oxford : Rebellion, 2005. -- 48
   p. : ill. ; 31 cm. -- Originally serialized in 2000 AD
   progs 1236-1240, 1247-1249. -- "Carver Hale was an
   enforcer, working for one of London's top gangsters, until
   the day a rival boss and his soldiers walked through a hail
   of bullets to assassinate both Hale and his employer. That
   should have been the end of him; little did he realize that
   it was only the beginning! Now Carver must enter a world he
   had never imagined--where the 'underworld' means exactly
   that, and hellish creatures struggle for power and money in
   the back-streets of London--in search of the men who tried
   to kill him and left him bonded for life to a powerful
   demon with its own agenda for his body. Carver Hale's out
   for vengeance, and there's going to be Hell to pay!" --
   Horror genre. -- Call no.: PN6737.P38C3 2005
London (England).
   "Cave Nurses" p. 33-35 in True Comics, no. 16 (Sept. 1942).
   -- "How Joanna Stavridi, London war nurse, earned the title
   'Florence Nightingale of Crete.'" -- Call no.:
London (England)
   "A Cinch for the Judge" (Room and Board, June 16, 1937) /
   by Gene Ahern. -- Summary: Puffle says he was director of a
   hotel in London, so he'll easily be able to rent out one
   room. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A22 1972
London (England)
   "The Comic Collector in London" / par Dominique Petifaux.
   p. 4-6 in Le Collectionneur de Bandes Dessinées, no. 29
   (Nov. 1981). -- Report on comics shops and collecting in
   London. -- Call no.: PN6745.C66no.29
London (England)
   "Croydon Airfield, London"* (Suicide Smith) / A.E.
   Carruthers ; Joe Doolin, art. 6 p. in Wings Comics, no. 38
   (Oct. 1943). -- Data from Lou Mougin, Craig Delich, et al.,
   via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film
London (England)
   Dangermouse / illustrations by Peter Campbell ; story
   programme by Allen Sharp ; written by Greg Steddy ; based
   on original material by Brian Trueman. -- London : Marks
   and Spencer, 1985. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- (St.
   Michael choose your own TV adventure favourites) -- Cover
   title: Dangermouse in Double Trouble. -- Summary: A green
   cloud above London heralds another plot by Baron Greenback
   to take over the world. -- Genre: Funny animal fiction. --
   Call no.: PN1992.77 .D28S7 1985
London (England)
   Disney's The Great Mouse Detective : Basil's Great Escapes.
   -- Racine, Wis. : Western Publishing Company, 1986. -- 24
   p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- (A Golden Look-Look Book) --
   Summary: Escaping from Professor Ratigan's elaborate trap,
   Basil and Dr. Dawson confront the professor inside London's
   Big Ben clock tower. -- Call no.: PS3550.A1G75 1986
London (England)
   Downside / by Peter Ketley and Dave McNamara. --
   Forestville, CA : Eclipse Books, 1993. -- 184 p. : ill. ;
   28 cm.
   1. London (England)--Social conditions--20th century--Comic
   books, strips, etc. I. Ketley, Peter. II. McNamara, Dave.
   III. Eclipse Books. Call no.: PN6737.K3D6 1993
London (England)
   Forbidden Dance. v. 3 / written and illustrated by Hinako
   Ashihara. -- Los Angeles : Tokyopop, 2004. -- 183 p. : ill.
   ; 19 cm. -- Summary: "Aya was thrilled to dance in place of
   world-famous ballerina Diana Roberts, but her joy is
   overshadowed when Aya learns that Akira and Diana have a
   long history together. Is it romantic or professional, or
   both? Meanwhile, COOL needs to find a sponsor for the
   upcoming anniversary show, so Aya and Akira approach a
   wealthy yet demanding businessman. He agrees to contribute
   on one condition, but it's a condition that Aya doesn't
   agree with. Will Akira put Aya's feelings first? Just when
   Aya thinks she has things figured out, Akira announces he's
   taking Diana back to London. Aya is slowly learning that
   succeeding in the world of dance takes more than just
   talent, much more." -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 A83F603 2004
London (England)
   Forbidden Dance. v. 4 / written and illustrated by Hinako
   Ashihira ; translator, Takae Brewer ; English adaptation,
   Tisha Ford. -- Los Angeles, CA. : Tokyopop, 2004. -- 192 p.
   : ill. ; 19 cm. -- Printed "manga style" in the authentic
   Japanese right-to-left format. -- Originally published in
   Japan in 1999 by Shogakukan, Inc. -- Summary: "Aya is more
   confident than ever now that she belongs in the formerly
   all-male dance troupe COOL, founded and run by Akira, the
   boy she's falling in love with. But COOL is at a pivotal
   time. Their anniversary show is just days away and Akira's
   run off to London after Diana Roberts! What will COOL do if
   their leader fails to return by curtain time? Aya has a
   plan to save the day, one that's likely to make their
   financial benefactor very, very angry." -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J33 A83F604 2004
London (England)
   From Hell [videorecording] / 20th Century Fox ; Underworld
   Pictures ; produced by Don Murphy and Jane Hamsher ;
   screenplay by Terry Hayes and Rafael Yglesias ; directed by
   the Hughes brothers. -- Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th
   Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2002. -- 1 videocassette
   (121 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. -- VHS. -- Information
   from pre-release promotional materials; release date: May
   14, 2002. -- Cast: Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Ian Holm,
   Robbie Coltrane, Ian Richardson, Jason Flemyng, Lesley
   Sharp, Susan Lynch. -- Cinematography, Peter Deming ;
   editors, George Bowers, Dan Lebental ; music, Trevor Jones.
   -- Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Eddie
   Campbell. -- Summary (from OCLC): In 1888 London's
   Whitechapel slums, poor women like Mary Kelly and her
   friends walk the streets for a living. When the
   streetwalkers begin to be murdered one by one, it attracts
   the attention of Inspector Abberline, who takes a personal
   interest in the case, and Mary Kelly. Now he must use his
   psychic abilities to stop the most notorious serial killer
   in history--Jack the Ripper--before Mary is killed. -- Call
   no.: PN6737.M6F73 2002
London (England)
   Godchild / story and art by Kaori Yuki. -- San Francisco,
   Calif. : Viz, 2006- . -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Earl Cain Series
   ; 5) -- Detective genre, set among London nobility in the
   19th century. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33
   Y76G6 2006
London (England)
   "Gosh! Customs Woes Continue" p. 30 in The Comics Journal,
   no. 157 (Mar. 1993) -- (Newswatch). -- Gosh! Comics, a
   comic shop in London, has part of its seized items returned
   by British customs. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.157
London (England)
   "The Guardian of London"* (Lost World) / art: Lily Renee.
   10 p. in Planet Comics, no. 32 (Sept. 1944). --
   Introduction and death of Sir David; villains are the
   Voltamen. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.32
London (England)
   "The Hangman of London" (Creepy's Loathsome Lore!) /
   Richard Bassford. p. 2 in Creepy, no. 41 (Sept. 1971). --
   Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.41
London (England)
   "Hidden Treasures of Humor (Anita O'Brien)" / Michael
   Rhode. p. 363-364 in International Journal of Comic Art, v.
   6, no. 1 (Spring 2004). -- (Exhibition Reviews) -- Held at
   the Cartoon Art Trust (London), May 1 - June 28, 2003. --
   Call no.: PN6700.I54v.6no.1
London (England).
   Index entry (p. 109, 165) in The Will Eisner Companion, by
   N.C. Christopher Couch & Stephen Weiner (New York : DC
   Comics, 2004). -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5C6 2004
London (England)
   Julius : Let Slip the Dogs of War / written by Antony
   Johnston ; illustrated & lettered by Brett Weldele. --
   Portland, OR : Oni Press, 2004. -- 156 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
   -- "The East End is barely part of London anymore.
   Isolationist gangs have violently ripped the neighborhood
   from its place in society, creating their own insular
   world. Now, after a bloody year of turf wars, the East
   End's ruling families return home victorious to resume
   their reign. And risen above them all is one man: Julius.
   Unlike the crime lords who came before him, Julius rules
   the streets with a just and fair law. The people love him;
   the other families fear him and his power. Now they are
   considering what once would have been unthinkable: complete
   dissolution of the families' organizations in favor of a
   single leader. But not everyone is ready for this new world
   order. As the ides of March draw near, even some of his top
   lieutenants question Julius' growing power. Antony Johnston
   and Brett Weldele recreate Shakespeare's classic political
   thriller with a hard modern edge, bringing new relevance
   and poignancy to Julius Caesar." -- Alternative genre. --
   Call no.: PN6727.W39J8 2004
London (England).
   "Letters from London" / Emilie Harvey. p. 46-47 in Graphic
   Story Monthly, no. 5 (May 1990). -- Call no.:
London (England)
   "Le Livre Maudit" (Cap'tain Swing) p. 3-66 in Cap'tain
   Swing, no. 114 (Sept. 2003). -- Summary: The Redcoat
   soldiers arrest a man in the street who complains loudly of
   his fate, but when he is taken to the commanding officer it
   turns out he's an undercover agent, a traitor turning over
   a list of patriots' names. Lord Marmaduke Langsburry, an
   emisary direct from the King in London, witnesses the
   transaction and asks to see the list. Lord Langsburry
   pockets the list, then removes his beard to reveal that he
   is indeed Captain Swing. In short order the traitor is
   dead, and the fine carriage that brought "Langsburry" has
   left at a gallop. The British soldiers take off after the
   carriage, making it easy for Swing to sneak out of the
   headquarters to hide with his old friend Professor
   Griffith. The professor is puzzling over an old Rosicrucian
   book he bought from an antiquarian book dealer in
   Strasbourg. The reading isn't going well since it's
   Greco-Latino-Hebraic in runic characters. By chance, a
   soldier has seen Swing enter Griffith's house, so the
   soldiers come and the two have to flee. Also there is a
   sinister-looking bald man lurking in the house looking for
   a chance to steal the book. The professor takes the book
   with him, and they ride to Fort Ontario. Betty sets the
   professor up with a place to study. The creepy bald man
   returns to his home as well, on Black Skull Mountain, which
   is not far from Fort Ontario. He thinks awhile, then sends
   one of his superstitious Black servants, named Mumbulah, to
   go to Fort Ontario on Lake Ontario and retrieve the book,
   no matter whose life it costs. Meanwhile Griffith suddenly
   figures out the book, and it makes him crazy. He babbles
   nonsense and ancient-sounding words, and tries to kill
   Mister Bluff's dog, Pouik, by hanging it by the neck with a
   rope. Griffith's raving is so violent they have to tie him
   up. Mumbulah arrives at the fort and tries to steal the
   book, but gets locked up for his trouble. Hibou thinks
   sorcery is involved. Taking the book, Swing rides out from
   Lake Ontario for a few hours to a mountain cave full of
   books, bottles and a smoking brazier. Swing asks the wise
   man there to take a look at the book, and the wise man is
   interested. He says to come back in a few days when he's
   studied the book. Meanwhile, the strange bald man from
   Black Skull Mountain shows up at Fort Ontario asking for
   lodging. As he enters both Griffith and Mumbulah can be
   heard raving from their respective lockups, and Mister
   Bluff wonders if it might be the weather causing it. Hibou
   says that Indians lose their spirit in captivity too, and
   in sympathy lets Mumbulah out for some exercise. Mumbulah
   sees his master and immediately commits suicide by jumping
   from a tower. Then the bald man hypnotizes Betty from
   behind without her having even seen him. He tells her to go
   to town and buy a blue dress, and when she leaves the fort
   on foot he kidnaps her. When Swing comes back from
   delivering the book to his guru, a ransom note is found.
   The Rosicrucian book must be brought to Black Skull
   Mountain in exchange for Betty's life. Swing, Bluff and
   Hibou retrace Swing's path to retrieve the book, and arrive
   just as the wise man has deciphered it. He also starts
   raving and has to be tied up. The bald man gets excited
   when he mentally feels the book approaching, the book that
   was "stolen from them at Tubingen." The man tries to
   capture Swing rather than release Betty, and in the
   struggle the book and the whole house are burned to ashes.
   At that moment both of the raving scholars are released
   from their spells miles apart. They get together at Fort
   Ontario and agree that the destruction of the book was a
   good thing. The one from the mountain, the one that Swing
   calls "master," quotes Shakespeare: "There are more things
   in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosopy."
   -- Call no.: PN6748.C336no.114
London (England)
   "London" (Gilbert Shelton's Advanced International Motoring
   Tips, no. 275) 1 p. in Rip Off Comix, no. 6 (1980) ;
   reprinted in Fat Freddy's Comics & Stories, no. 2 (1986) --
   Call no.: PN6728.45.R5R5no.6. Call no.: PN6728.45.R5F33no.2
London (England)
   "The Man They Couldn't Hang!" / research, George Di Caprio
   ; art, Warren Greenwood. 2 p. in Forbidden Knowledge, no. 2
   (1978). -- About an execution for the crime of suicide, in
   London in 1860. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3F6no.2
London (England)
   "La Mort Lente" (Janus Stark) p. 80-119 in Cap'tain Swing,
   no. 122 (Mai 2004). -- Summary: Stark is an escape artist
   in 19th century London, whose powers of escape are
   supernatural. In this episode a Professor Abel Witherspoon
   takes Stark on a trip to the future in a time machine, and
   a man named Ranulf Craske tries to become mayor of London
   by killing the current mayor at a Christmas banquet. Stark
   is then asked to go into a cave to rescue a man named Guy
   Trafford. From the content it appears that these were
   originally three separate episodes. -- Call no.:
London (England)
   "Mystery in London" / Gardner Fox (Paul Dean). 2 p. text in
   Adventure Comics, no. 44 (Nov. 1939). -- Data from Bob
   Cherry, Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, et al., via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m no.44
London (England).
   "No Luck!" (Alley Oop, Jan. 12, 1954) / by V.T. Hamlin. --
   Summary: Alley Oop and the Saxons have been holding off the
   Normans and waiting for reinforcements, but then he finds
   that their messenger to London has been intercepted. --
   Call no.: folio PN6728.A43F6 1937v.9
London (England)
   Oliver Twist / by Charles Dickens ; adapted by Marian
   Leighton ; illustrations by Ric Estrada. -- New York :
   Playmore, Publishers under arrangement with I. Waldman &
   Son, 1979. -- 238 p. : ill. ; 14 cm. -- (Illustrated
   Classic Editions ; 4517) -- (Moby Books) -- Summary (from
   OCLC): Deals with the adventures of a young orphan boy
   trying to survive amid greed and poverty in 19th-century
   London. -- Call no.: PR4574.L45 1979
London (England)
   Oliver Twist / Charles Dickens ; essay by Deborah Condon ;
   adaptation by Georgina Campbell ; art by Arnold Hicks. --
   New York : Acclaim Books, 1997. -- 62 p. : col. ill. ; 20
   cm. -- (Classics Illustrated) -- (Acclaim Books Study
   Guide) -- Cover title: Oliver Twist & Notes. -- Summary
   (from OCLC): Comic book adaptation of Dicken's novel,
   followed by a 10 p. essay about the book. Retells the
   adventures of the orphan boy who is forced to practice
   thievery and live a life of crime in nineteenth-century
   London. -- Call no.: PR4567.A1 1997
London (England)
   One Hundred and One Dalmatians [videorecording] -- United
   States : Walt Disney Home Video, 1992. -- 1 videocassette
   (79 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. -- (Walt Disney Classics)
   -- At head of title: Walt Disney Presents. -- Originally
   produced as motion picture in 1961. -- VHS. -- Summary
   (from OCLC): Dalmatians Pongo and Perdita settle into their
   owners' flat in London to become proud parents of 15
   precocious pups. It's one big happy dog family until the
   evil Cruella De Vil kidnaps the puppies, along with every
   other Dalmatian in the city. It's up to Pongo and Perdita
   to unite the entire animal population in a mission to help
   the courageous pups outsmart their captor. -- Call no.:
   PN1997.5 .O5W25 1992
London (England).
   "Poetry Isn't For Everyone"* (Heart of the City, June 11,
   2002) / by Mark Tatulli. -- Summary: Dino starts a rhyme
   with "I See London, I See France" and Heart decks him with
   her fist. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "poetry"
London (England)
   The Remarkable Worlds of Professor Phineas B. Fuddle /
   writer, Boaz Yakin ; artist, Erez Yakin ; letterer,
   Comicraft ; colorist and separator, Angus McKie. -- New
   York : DC Comics/Paradox Press, 2000. -- ill. ; 26 cm. --
   "When Victorian London's most brilliant but mad inventor,
   Professor Phineas B. Fuddle, builds a time-travel machine
   in order to share his scientific knowledge with the great
   civilizations of antiquity, he has only the best
   intentions: to save humanity from its own self-destructive
   ways by bolstering its past." -- Complete in 4 books. --
   Science fiction genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: bk. 1-2. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.7.D3R43 2000
London (England)
   Ring of Roses : a London Tale / produced by Trevor Goring
   and Das Petrou ; script by Das Petrou ; artwork by John
   Watkis. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Comics, 1992-1993. --
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 4 books. -- Horror genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1, 4. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.D34R48 1992
London (England)
   "The Secret Warriors". 5 p. in True Comics, no. 50 (July
   1946) -- (final story; pages 44-48 of magazine; mentioned
   on cover) -- SUMMARY: Agents are outfitted by "moles" in
   London and go on to uncover fake coastal batteries in
   France, an oil distillery disguised as a silo in Rumania,
   and to deliver false information about an invasion of
   Europe to Nazi forces. One agent is shown directing the
   American bombing of Berlin with a walkie-talkie.
   1. United States. Office of Strategic Services. k. OSS
   agents. k. Moles. k. London. k. Coastal batteries. k.
   France. k. Oil distilleries. k. Distilleries. k. Silos. k.
   Rumania. k. False information. k. Invasions. k. Europe. k.
   Nazi forces. k. Bombing. k. Berlin. k. Walkie-talkies. Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.50
London (England)
   Smoke / script, Alex de Campi ; art, Igor Kordey ; design,
   Neil Uyetake ; colors, Len O'Grady ; letters, Robbie
   Robbins ; edits, Chris Ryall. -- San Diego, CA : IDW
   Publishing, 2005. -- 154 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "In a
   futuristic London run by a government both morally and
   financially bankrupt, an ex-soldier turned government
   assassin must contend with a city in crisis, an unusual
   terrorist group and their even more unusual demands, and a
   vindictive ex-girlfriend, even as he tries to rebuild his
   own shattered life." -- Science fiction genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.R83 K6S57 2005
London (England)
   "Stories from London" / by Harry North. p. 74-81 in Heavy
   Metal, v. 5, no. 1 (Apr. 1981). -- Library copy lacks
   initial page. -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.5no.1
London (England)
   "Stories from London" / by Harry North. p. 43-50 in The
   Best of Heavy Metal, no. 2 (New York : HM Communications,
   1986). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43B4 1986
London (England)
   "Strange British Customs : 574 Comics Seized in Obscenity
   Raid on London Comics Shop; Owners May Face Prosecution" p.
   17-19 in The Comics Journal, no. 155 (Jan. 1993) --
   (Newswatch) -- Store is called Gosh! Comics. -- Call no.:
London (England)
   "The Sum of Its Parts" / art by Reed Crandall ; story by
   Doug Moench. p. 40-49 in Creepy, no. 50 (Jan. 1973). -- "A
   series of bizarre murders is like a jigsaw puzzle for
   London police, with the pieces of the puzzle being parts of
   human bodies!" -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.50
London (England)
   Vertigo Pop! London. -- New York : DC Comics, 2003. -- col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Vertigo) -- Complete in 4 nos. -- About
   rock musicians. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1, 3-4. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.D3V39 2003
London (England)
   Walt Disney's Clint and Mac. -- New York : Dell Publishing
   Co., 1958. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "No. 889". --
   "A mysterious errand leads to exciting adventure in old
   London." -- Detective and mystery genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.D4C55 1958
London (England)
   "Wild, Príncipe del Robo" 8 p. in Intriga, no. 7 (Jan.
   1958). -- Jonas Wild was a criminal in 18th century London.
   -- A second title on the splash page reads: "El Príncipe
   del Robo." -- Call no.: PN6790.M44 I46no.7
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