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Running

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Running.
   "Backs Run! Linemen Charge!" / by Coach John Gartner. text
   p. 26-28 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 5, no. 5
   (Nov. 1, 1949). -- Illustrations signed "Maneely." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.5no.5
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Running.
   "Base Running"* (Terry Brennan's Do It Yourself) / Fran
   Matera. p. 21-26 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 14,
   no. 19 (May 21, 1959). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.14no.19
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Running.
   "Before the Week is Out, the Pace of Life will Pick Up
   Dramatically" (Horrorscope, July 30, 1997) / Kelso &
   Rickner. -- Key words: Tornadoes, running, barns, silos.
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Tornadoes"
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Running.
   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
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Running.
   Captain America : Dead Men Running. -- New York : Marvel
   Comics, 2002. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 3 nos.
   -- Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-3. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.M3C314 2002
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Running.
   "A Census-Taker Called, and When I Asked for His
   Credentials, He Ran!" (Mary Worth, Mar. 11, 1950) / Ken
   Ernst. -- Summary: Brick thinks Peggy Marvel's masquerade
   will damage Jimmy's heart, Mr. Kalkenbrooms' trust in
   humanity, and the Purchess Advertising Agency's reputation;
   meanwhile something odd happened at home too. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "census"
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Running.
   "Chasing the Lion?"* (Jughead's Gag Bag) 1 p. in Archie
   Comics Digest Magazine, no. 71 (Apr. 1985). -- Begins:
   "Hey, Jug! Wait up! What are you running" -- Call no.:
   PN6728.A7A7no.71
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Running.
   "Cut and Run!" (Batgirl) / Frank Robbins, story ; Don Heck
   and Dick Giordano, art. 7 p. in Detective Comics, no. 411
   (May 1971). -- Appearance of Mamie Acheson. -- Data from
   Bill Wormstedt, Bob Klein, Mike Tiefenbacher, et al., via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3D4no.411
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Running.
   "Dead Run" / Jeff Jones. 2 p. in Creepy, no. 146 (1985). --
   Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.146
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Running.
   "Either Way I'll Get Some Rope"* (Doog and Blair, Oct. 20,
   1997) / by Mark Ilich. -- Summary: The debunker has gone
   too far; Doog's either running for state senate or he's an
   alien come to suck our brains. -- Local college strip
   appearing in the State News (East Lansing, Mich.) -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "politicians"
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Running.
   "Fight on the Street"* (Toonerville Folks, 1924?) / F. Fox.
   p. 142 in The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics,
   ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington,
   D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary:
   Folks come running to see a fight. -- Call no.: folio
   PN6726.S5 1977
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Running.
   Fight or Run : Shadow of the Chopper. -- Oakland :
   Buenaventura Press, 2008. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   Copyright by Kevin H. -- "Fight or Run is an open source
   comics game." -- Alternative genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.H777F5 2008
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Running.
   "Flight for Life" (John Colter) 6 p. in Real Heroes, no. 11
   (Autumn 1943) -- SUMMARY: Captured by Blackfoot Indians,
   Colter must run for his life.
   k. Colter, John. k. Native Americans. k. Siksika Indians.
   k. Running. k. Life. Call no.: Film 15791 r.298
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Running.
   "The Flying Norwegian" 2 p. in Airboy Comics, v. 7, no. 7
   (Aug. 1950) -- SUMMARY: Story of Mensen Ernst,
   cross-country runner.
   1. Ernst, Mensen. 2. Running. k. Norwegians. k.
   Cross-Country Runners. Call no.: Film 15791, r.259
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Running.
   "Grease Fire!"* (Perky & Beanz, Mar. 16, 1987) / Russell
   Myers. -- Summary: Beanz yells and runs from the house with
   a smoking pan. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fire"
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Running.
   "The Grunion are Runnin'"* (Harry the Hop and His Friends)
   / by Dormouse. 1 p. in 2 Bit Comics, no. 6 (1972). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.45.A2T9no.6
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Running.
   "Has Anyone Turned In a Cheeseburger?"* (Peanuts, July 28,
   1997) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown goes
   back to the pro shop to inquire. -- Key words: Golf, lost
   and found, searching, running. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Cheeseburgers"
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Running.
   "Haunt and Run!" 3 p. in Chamber of Chills, no. 5 (July
   1973). -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3C47no.5
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Running.
   Here Come the Aliens : Run! -- United States : Eight Ball
   Graphics, 2013? -- 16 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- (Last Dollar
   Comics ; #12) -- By Jim Coon. -- Panel and caption style.
   -- New wave genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.55.E378H4 2013
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Running.
   "Hint & Run" (Barefootz) 2 p. in Howard Cruse's Barefootz
   Funnies, no. 1 (1975). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.K5B33no.1
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Running.
   "Hit and Run" (The Adventures of Devil Doone) / by R.
   Carson Gold ; illustrated by Hart Amos. p. 41-44 in Devil
   Doone Adventure Comic, no. 42 (1969?). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.A84D44no.42
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Running.
   "Hit, Sink and Run!" (Hoodoo Hannigan, chapter 11) / Joseph
   J. Millard. 3 p. text in Master Comics, no. 39 (June 4,
   1943). -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, and Jim
   Vadeboncoeur via The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call
   no.: Film 15791r.88
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Running.
   "How You and Your Lover can Make Millions and be Popular
   while Running the Marathon Diet Cookbook"* (Sam and Silo,
   May 2, 1983) / by Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker. -- Summary:
   Sam and Silo are looking at titles in a bookstore window.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cookbooks"
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Running.
   "I Guess We Were Both Right"* (Blondie, Aug. 27, 1991) /
   Young & Drake. -- Summary: At the diner, the owner and the
   cook argue about whether Dagwood will like something, and
   upon trying it, Dagwood smiles, then runs. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cooks"
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Running.
   "I Wonder Where She's Going?"* (Blondie, June 21, 1989) /
   Young & Drake. -- Summary: Daisy comes running apparently
   to greet Dagwood, but runs right by. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "dogs"
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Running.
   "I'm the World's Best Lawn Sprinkler Runner-Througher!"*
   (Classic Peanuts, July 14, 2005) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Snoopy is disappointed that Lucy won't let him join the
   fun. -- Original copyright 1969. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawn sprinklers"
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Running.
   "I'm There Because I Can Unlock the Restrooms"* (Frazz,
   Aug. 31, 2007) / by Jef Mallett. -- Summary: Miss Plainwell
   is wired from coffee and parent conferences, and is going
   to run on the high school track. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "tracks"
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Running.
   "In the Zone"* (Dave, Aug. 2, 1997) / Dave Miller. -- Key
   words: Athletes, treadmills, running, zoned out. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "Zones"
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Running.
   The Incomplete Runner / by Bruce Lansky ; cartoon
   illustrations by Ted Martin. -- Minnetonka, MN : Lansky
   Books, 1978. -- 96 p. : ill. ; 13 x 21 cm. -- Cartoons
   about running. -- Call no.: PN6231.R85L36 1978
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Running.
   Index entry (p. 281-283) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Running.
   "Labor Day, the Final Cook-Out of the Year!"* (Crankshaft,
   Sept. 6, 1993) / Batiuk & Ayers. -- Summary: Crankshaft is
   lighting the charcoal, and people are running. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cookouts"
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Running.
   "Let the Fox Run, part 1" / by Frances E. Crandall. text p.
   26-28 in Treasure Chest of Fun & Fact, v. 9, no. 17 (Apr.
   22, 1954). -- "To be continued." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.9no.17
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Running.
   "A Lion! Run, Shorty!"* (Shorty) 1/2 p. in Blackhawk, no.
   151 (Aug. 1960). -- Summary: Shorty tries to out-stare a
   lion. -- Data from Gene Reed, Mike Tiefenbacher, Ed Boner
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.Q3U5no.151
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Running.
   "Model on the Run" (Millie the Model) / script, Stan Lee ;
   art, Sol Brodsky. 6 p. in Millie the Model, no. 158 (Apr.
   1968). -- Data from Jim Walls, James Ludwig, Jerry
   Hillegas, et al., via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.M3M5no.158
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Running.
   "A Most Private Terror" / story, Doug Moench ; art, Esteban
   Maroto. p. 6-17 in Creepy, no. 52 (Apr. 1973). -- "Run,
   Briley Culmein! Run from the unbearable cold behind you!
   Run to the fortress that lies just beyond the snow capped
   hills! Run from your own private terror, the dread snow
   beast!" -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.52
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Running.
   "My Trainer Says I Should Run With These Dumbbells to Build
   Up My Arms"* (Nancy, June 19, 2000) / Guy & Brad Gilchrist.
   -- Summary: Aunt Fritzi's dumbbells roll away when she sets
   them down to rest. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running"
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Running.
   "No, Really, I Think I've Got It! You Can Sell the Bike
   Now"* (Calvin & Hobbes, June 20, 1995) / Watterson. --
   Summary: Calvin runs from his bicycle lesson. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Running.
   "Nothing to Go On But Nerve!" (Tailspin Tommy, Nov. 20,
   1931) / by Glenn Chaffin and Hal Forrest. -- Summary:
   Skeeter has fixed the motor, but it's still not running. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "motors"
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Running.
   "Old Soldiers Never Run!" (Sgt. Rock) / Kanigher ; Kubert.
   4 p. in Our Army at War, no. 247 (July 1972) ; reprinted
   from Our Army at War, no. 91 (Feb. 1960). -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O85no.247
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Running.
   "Point of View" / art by Luis Dominguez ; story by Steve
   Skeates. p. 38-43 in Creepy, no. 47 (Sept. 1972). --
   Summary: "Run, stranger! Run as fast as your legs will
   carry you. They're all out there, just waiting for you to
   slow down and rest even for just a second." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.W3C7no.47
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Running.
   "Putting Your Pants On While Running"* (Blondie, June 9,
   1985) / by Dean Young. p. 68 in Battered Husbands (Redondo
   Beach, CA : H. Gregory Associates, 1991). -- Summary:
   Dagwood has the knack, Herb doesn't. -- Call no.:
   PN6231.H8G74 1991
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Running.
   Rudyard Kipling's Jungle book stories / P. Craig Russell ;
   with Jo Duffy & Lovern Kindzierski. -- New York : Nantier
   Beall Minoustchine, 1997. -- 88 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. --
   Collects previously published material. -- Contents: The
   King's Ankus -- Red Dog -- The Spring Running.-- Genres:
   Jungle adventure; funny animal. -- Call no.: PN6727.R85J8
   1997
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Running.
   "Saying I Run for the Food is Like Saying I Teach for the
   Money"* (Frazz, Dec. 26, 2015) / Mallett. -- Summary:
   People think Frazz and Jane are running off cookies. --
   Call no.: PN6756 f.B55 "running"
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Running.
   "See Spot. See Spot Run!" (The Monkees) 17 p. in The
   Monkees, no. 3 (July 1967). -- Circus story. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.D4M6no.3
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Running.
   "See Spot Run" / by Dan Steffan. p. 65-69 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 6, no. 5 (Aug. 1982). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.6no.5
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Running.
   "Shankar Dev : Preaching the Religion of Love" / script,
   S.S. Apte & Gayatri Madan Datt ; illustrations, Dilip Kadam
   ; editor, Anant Pai. p. 1-30 in Amar Chitra Katha, no. 742
   (1981, 2009 printing). -- (Visionaries) -- Summary from
   back cover: "Shankaravara could run faster than all his
   friends and swim across the Brahmaputra when it was in
   spate. But when his grandmother scolded him for not paying
   attention to his books, he took her words seriously. Named
   Shankar Dev by his guru, the young man fulfilled all his
   duties as a student and a householder before embarking on a
   voyage of self-discovery. A voyage which led to his
   starting the Vaishnava movement in Assam." -- Call no.:
   PN6790 .I54A5no.742
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Running.
   "She Just Got Her First Credit Card"* (Laugh Time, May 2,
   1985) / Bob Schroeter. -- Summary: His sister is running
   from the house. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A2
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Running.
   Silent Running / Scott Peterson, Kelley Puckett, writers ;
   Damion Scott, penciller ; Robert Campanella, inker ; Jason
   Wright, colorist ; John Costanza, letterer. -- New York :
   DC Comics, 2001. -- 134 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Batgirl) -- "Originally published in single magazine form
   as Batgirl 1-6." -- Superheroine genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B367S5 2001
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Running.
   "Spot Liked the New Improved Chow Just Fine" (The Pitts,
   July 6, 1993) / by Tom Roy. -- Summary: Spot is running
   energetically. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Running.
   "Sueño" (Condorito) p. 6 in Condorito de Oro, no. 74 (Aug.
   2001). -- The patient complains about running from a
   monster in his dreams, and waking up exhausted. -- Call
   no.: PN6790.M44C5675no.74
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Running.
   "That Dog Has A Lot To Learn, Or I Do"* (Fenton, May 21,
   1983) / Wiley. -- Summary: He throws the stick for
   Farnsworth to fetch, and Farnsworth just keeps running. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fetching"
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Running.
   "Then I Said, Don't You Dare Run Through That Car Wash!"
   (Marmaduke, July 15, 2000) / Brad Anderson. -- Summary: A
   walking-the-dog experience. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "car
   washes"
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The Running.
   "Three-Point in the Running Again" (Tailspin Tommy, Nov.
   26, 1931) / by Glenn Chaffin and Hal Forrest. -- Summary:
   In Hawaii, three planes finish the first leg of the
   transPacific race together: the Lady Q, the Four Aces, and
   Tommy's three-point, the Cherry Blossom. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Hawaii"
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Running.
   "26-Mile Dash!" 4 p. in True Comics, no. 73 (Oct. 1948)
   1. Marathon running--Comic books, strips, etc. k. Running.
   k. Dashes. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.73
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Running.
   "Well, You Didn't Have to Keep the Motor Running!"*
   (Doonesbury, Aug. 17, 1991) / G.B. Trudeau. -- Summary:
   Boopsie sends B.D. packing, and he comes back to the car
   with his suitcase and golf clubs. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf clubs"
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Running.
   "What Can we Do but Tuck Our Tails Between Our Legs and
   Run?"* (Dick Tracy, May 21, 1991) / Dick Locher, Max
   Collins. -- Summary: Tracy has exposed the dognappers'
   activities to the press. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "dognapping"
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Running.
   "What Makes Archie Run" (Archie) / Bill Vigoda. 10 p. in
   Archie Comics, no. 11 (Nov./Dec. 1944). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A7A7m no.11
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Running.
   "Why Don't YOU Run Up to the Grocery?"* (Myrtle, Feb. 15,
   1951) / Dudley Fisher. -- Summary: Myrtle's mom says Myrtle
   has to go to the grocery story, and since Myrtle's dad says
   he runs things at their house, Sampson doesn't understand.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running"
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Running.
   "You Never Know When That Bull Terrier's Going to Dart
   Out!"* (Fred Basset, Aug. 25, 1993) / Alex Graham. --
   Summary: Out for a walk, Fred runs past a certain house. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bull terriers"
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Running.
   "You Ran Faster than the School Bully Could"* (Remember
   When?, July 11, 1970) / Dick Hodgins Sr. -- Summary:
   Nostalgia items about bullies, autographed photos of movie
   stars, raccoon coats, and 1930s slang. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "bullies"
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Running.
   "Zog Shows the Experts How to Run"* (The Miracle Man from
   Mars) p. 13-15 in The Hornet, no. 469 (Sept. 2, 1972). --
   Call no.: PN6738.H575no.469
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Running.
   "A Zylophone Duet" (School Days, Mar. 1, 1927) / Dwig. p.
   140 in The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed.
   by Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Boys with
   sticks run along a fence. -- Call no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Running a Muck : a bunch of zany cartoons / by John Caldwell.
   -- Cincinnati, Ohio : Writer's Digest Books, 1978. -- 128
   p. : chiefly ill. ; 14 x 20 cm.
   I. Caldwell, John, 1946-  Call no.: NC1429.C28A4 1978
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Running Amok.
   "The Hottentots are Running Amok in the Music Business"*
   (Bloom County, Dec. 8, 1986) / by Berke Breathed. --
   Summary: Rosebud is a little put off by Opus's rock band
   costume. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "costumes"
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Running Amok.
   "Die neuen Nachbarn (House Wars)" p. 31-33 in Ein Fest für
   Rudi /  Peter Puck. -- Summary (by M. Harbeck): After
   moving into their new apartment, problems with the
   neighbors start: Rudi and Fred imagine several different
   ways to make their young techno-listening neighbors turn
   the music down. One way would be running amok with
   allusions to the Columbine case and "Pulp Fiction". -- Call
   no. PN6757.P77 F4 2006
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Running Around.
   "I Just Wanted to Make Sure You Weren't Out Every Night
   Running Around"* (Boner's Ark, June 23, 1989) / Frank
   Johnson. -- Summary: Bubbles says why she joined Boner on
   the ark. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running around"
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Running Around.
   "Not Only That, but They've Been Married for a Week Now"*
   (B.C., Sept. 29, 1991) / Hart. -- (Advice Column) --
   Summary: The letter writer says he's heard his girlfriend
   is running around with his buddy. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "running around"
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Running Away

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Running Away.
   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
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Running Away.
   "Boarded at the Kitty-Kat Pet Motel!" (Drabble, July 29,
   1997) / by Kevin Fagan. -- Key words: Vacation, trips,
   cats, Oogie, running away. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Pet
   Motels"
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Running Away.
   "Brownie Runs Away" 4 p. text in Animal Comics, no. 4
   (Aug./Sept. 1943). -- Characters are Brownie, Mother Bear,
   and Father Bear. -- Data from Jim Walls, Tony R. Rose,
   Peter Croome, et al., via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.D4A53m no.4
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Running Away.
   "Chandra Shekhar Azad : Freedom Was His Mission" / script,
   Shail Tiwari ; illustrations, H.S. Chavan ; editor, Anant
   Pai. p. 1-31 in Amar Chitra Katha, no. 686 (1977, 2009
   printing). -- (Bravehearts) -- Summary from back cover:
   "Chandra Shekhar was only a little boy when he ran away to
   Bombay in search of adventure. Little did he know how much
   he would get involved in the country's freedom struggle.
   Those were the days when the non-cooperation movement had
   gathered immense momentum and it was in Varanasi that
   Chandra Shekhar first confronted British authority. After
   that there was no looking back. Assuming the surname 'Azad'
   he and his band of revolutionaries did much to awaken in
   the Indian people the desire for freedom. Martyred at the
   age of 25, Chandra Shekhar Azad has left an indelible mark
   on the history of Indian independence." -- Call no.: PN6790
   .I54A5no.686
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Running Away.
   Dad Runs Away With the Circus / Etgar Keret ; illustrated
   by Rutu Modan. -- Cambridge, Mass. : Candlewick Press,
   2004. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. -- A children's book. --
   Summary (from SkyRiver): A wildly enthusiastic father
   surprises his family when he runs off to join the circus.
   -- Call no.: PJ5054.K375A7513 2004
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Running Away.
   "Duel with Pistols"* (Pierre) p. 2 in Treasure Chest of Fun
   and Fact, v. 9, no. 2 (Sept. 24, 1953). -- Silent strip in
   which Pierre runs away when his opponent's back is turned.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.9no.2
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Running Away.
   "Egor Runs Away" (framing sequence) 5 p. in Witching Hour,
   no. 7 (Feb./Mar. 1970) -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.N3W5no.7
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Running Away.
   Gertrude's Child / story by Richard Hughes ; with pictures
   by Nicole Claveloux. -- New York : Harlin Quist, 1974. --
   32 p. : col. ill. ; 16 x 22 cm. -- Summary (from SkyRiver):
   A wooden doll runs away from the girl she belongs to and
   buys herself a child with whom she can play. -- Call no.:
   PN6747.C48G4 1974
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Running Away.
   "How 80s is That"* (Off the Mark, Mar. 2, 1999) / Mark
   Parisi. -- Summary: A dog has run away because he has his
   ears cut short and his tail cut long, and he's embarrassed.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "embarrassment"
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Running Away
   "How's That Applicant Look?"* (Overboard, Feb. 15, 2000) /
   by Chip Dunham. -- Summary: The guy runs away, which
   suggests he'd fit right in. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "recruiting"
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Running Away.
   "I Don't Think Jerkton is a Real Place"* (Get Fuzzy, May
   21, 2004) / Darby Conley. -- Summary: Bucky seems to have
   run away, and he said he was going where "everybody was
   like him." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running away"
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Running Away.
   "I Expect any Place is Better Than an Institution!"*
   (Little Miss Muffet, no. 6, 1935) / by Fanny Y. Cory. --
   Summary: Milly Muffet makes plans with her doll, Princess,
   to run away from Miss Wallington's school. -- Call no.:
   oversize PN6726.K52A22 1972
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Running Away.
   "I Ran Away from Love" 8 p. in Glamorous Romances, no. 86
   (Jan. 1956). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A2F62no.86
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Running Away.
   "I Was Glad You Came to Find Me When I Ran Away"* (Stone
   Soup, Aug. 20, 2015) / Jan Eliot. -- Summary: It was
   awkward when Phil found Holly in the cemetery talking to
   her father's grave. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running
   away"
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Running Away.
   "If Zero Dies It Will Be All My Fault!"* (Annie Rooney,
   Jan. 11, 1941) / Darrell McClure. -- Summary: The matron
   has written to the dog-ketchers to take Zero away, and even
   though it's winter Annie is talking about running away. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f .B55 "dogcatchers"
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Running Away.
   "I'm Thinking of Running Away"* (Tiger, May 2, 1985) / by
   Bud Blake. -- Summary: Hugo wishes for a credit card. --
   Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A2
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Running Away.
   "The Incal Light" (The Further Adventures of John Difool) /
   by Alexandro Jodorowsky ; illustrated by Moebius ; colored
   by Yves Chaland. p. 18-22 in Heavy Metal, v. 6, no. 4 (July
   1982). -- "Last we saw, John Difool was running away from
   the emperoratrix and its henchmen, with lotsa difficulty,
   we might add." -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.6no.4
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Running Away.
   "Lassie Finds a Friend" (Lassie) 48 p. in M-G-M's Lassie,
   no. 1 (June 1950). -- Summary: Lassie falls out of a
   boxcar, part of a train speeding through the deep South.
   Luckily, she's not hurt. Rocky Langford, age 16, is sent to
   bed without supper in a nearby orphanage, and decides to
   run away. Rocky soon rescues Lassie from some trigger-happy
   country folk, and they run away together. Rocky needs a
   job, but on his first try a sawmill boss knocks him out and
   steals Lassie. They recover and escape again, and hitch a
   ride with a friendly family that's relocating. The family
   helps Rocky get a job on a riverboat heading for New
   Orleans. In New Orleans, Rocky rescues a boy and gets a job
   at a boatyard with the boy's grateful guardian. Rocky
   learns the trade, gets his own sloop by fixing it up, and
   sails away with Lassie to see the world. A storm comes up,
   Lassie is washed overboard, and Rocky makes it to Jamaica
   with his boat half wrecked. Meanwhile Lassie has been
   rescued by Mr. Lawrence, a plantation owner, and his yacht,
   and his daughter Gerry. The yacht has come to Jamaica too,
   and Lassie finds Rocky. Mr. Lawrence offers Rocky a job as
   timekeeper on his coffee plantation, partly because he
   wants Gerry to have someone her own age nearby. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.D4M12no.1
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Running Away.
   "Lena, Madame La Mousse's Favorite Leopard"* (Barney Google
   and Spark Plug, Oct. 23, 1930) / De Beck. p. 159 in The
   Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill
   Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Barney
   runs when he first faces Lena, and says he's through
   courting. Then he gets another love note and goes to the
   zoo to get used to big cats. -- Call no.: folio PN6726.S5
   1977
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Running Away.
   "Little Pete" / Henry Boltinoff. 1 p. in Adventure Comics,
   no. 266 (Nov. 1959). -- Begins: "I'm going to run away
   from" -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3no.266
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Running Away.
   "The Man Who Ran Away!" / art, Bob Forgione. 4 p. in
   Strange Tales, no. 44 (Mar. 1956). -- Data from Bob Klein,
   Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.44
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Running Away.
   "Maybe It's Trying to Run Away"* (Cathy, June 11, 1986) /
   Guisewite. -- Summary: Andrea's unborn baby kicks in music
   class, and kicks a lot when they say "Juilliard
   Scholarship". -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "kicking"
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Running Away.
   "Panoply Mind, chapter 3" / George Metzger. 9 p. in
   Promethean Enterprises, no. 5 (1974). -- Synopsis: "When he
   was a boy Listus Varon ran away to sea. Now, a man, he has
   run away from that and come home. He is unhappy. His woman,
   Evigdalia, is uneasy. At the prompting of a hanger-out on
   the farm they go to see an old wise man living in a grove
   of mutant trees. Your home is the sea, he tells Varon. --
   "To be continued." -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P74P7no.5
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Running Away.
   Psycho Busters / story by Yuya Aoki ; manga by Akinari Nao
   ; translated and adapted by Stephen Paul ; lettered by
   North Market Street Graphics. -- New York : Del Rey, 2007-
   . -- ill. ; 20 cm. -- Complete in 7 vols. (7 vols. in 6).
   -- Contents: v. 1. Mystery girl ; v. 2. Keep me safe ; v.
   3. Believe in me ; v. 4. Secret superpowers ; v. 5. Time
   rewind ; v. 6-7. Time's running out. -- Summary (from
   SkyRiver): Out of the blue, a beautiful girl asks Kakeru to
   run away with her. This could be any boy's dream come true,
   but there's something strange afoot. It turns out that the
   girl is on the run from a shadowy government organization
   intent on using her psychic abilities for its own nefarious
   ends. But why does she need Kakeru's help? Could it be that
   he has secret powers, too? -- Fantasy genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: v. 1-7. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 N424P7513 2007
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Running Away.
   The Ruby Princess Runs Away / Jahnna N. Malcolm ;
   illustrations by Neal McPheeters. -- New York : Scholastic,
   1997. -- 68 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. -- (The Jewel Kingdom ; 1)
   -- "A Little Apple paperback." -- "Why doesn't Roxanne want
   to be a princess?" -- Fantasy fiction. -- Call no.:
   PS3563.A425R8 1997
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Running Away.
   "Something Very Special In Mind"* (Fox Trot, July 31, 1997)
   / by Bill Amend. -- Summary: The girls are surprised that
   Jason and Marcus actually came, after all their pranks, and
   they plan to thank them for the trust; the boys run away.
   -- Key word: Flashlights, unbelievable. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Running Away"
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Running Away.
   "Le Tambour Magique" (Les Memoires de Mathias) / M. Uderzo
   ; Moloch. p. 4-15 in Tintin, ann. 36, no. 314 (Sept. 11,
   1981). -- Summary: Old man Mathias has returned to the
   village of his youth as a mystery man. Three boys visit him
   and he starts to tell his story. As a youth Mathias was
   unhappy working for his mean adoptive blacksmith father,
   and ran away. He fell in with bandits heading for Canada
   and hoping to profit from the war between the French and
   the English. The bandits kidnapped a little aristocratic
   girl eager for adventure. The leader of the bandits is
   named Louis-Acné de Malaria, and his most notable henchman
   is an actor named Panaris, who in this installment is shown
   always in drag. -- Call no.: PN6748.T48ann.36no.314
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Running Away.
   "We Just Gotta Get In Outa This Storm for a While"* (Annie
   Rooney, Jan. 15, 1941) / Darrell McClure. -- Summary: The
   dog catchers come for Zero, but Annie has run away from the
   orphanage into the storm. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "dogcatchers"
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Running Away.
   "We Threw Down a Basic Everyday Challenge and the Guy Goes
   Psycho-Killer on Us!"* (Sept. 24, 2015) / by Chip Dunham.
   -- Summary: Nate howls back at some wolves who run away
   thinking Nate must be rabid. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "rabies"
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Running Away.
   "What is She, an Eskimo?"* (Barney Google and Spark Plug,
   Oct. 27, 1930) / De Beck. p. 160 in The Smithsonian
   Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and
   Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution
   Press, 1977). -- Summary: Barney finally sees La Mousse,
   and he runs away. -- Call no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Running Away.
   "When You Were Just Born I Planned to Run Away with You"*
   (Apartment 3-G, Aug. 21, 1999) / Kotzky & Trusiani. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "kidnapping"
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Running Away.
   "Why Are You Showing Me a Trail of Cat Food Leading Into
   the Closet?"* (Get Fuzzy, May 22, 2004) / Darby Conley. --
   Summary: Satchel is worried that Bucky has run away, but
   Rob is not so worried. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running
   away"
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Running Away.
   "You Kin Be My Faithful Dog if You Can Memorize Your
   Lines"* (Pogo, Sept. 9, 1952) / Walt Kelly. -- Summary:
   Houn' Dog recites his full name (Beauregard Chaulmoogra
   Frontenac de Montmingle Bugleboy), and explains why it says
   "Fido" on his dog house, then considers playing the part of
   Sandy as Pogo proposes to run away and be an orphan gal. --
   Call no.: PN6728.P57F6 1952v.1
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Running Away From Home.
   Cakewalk / written by Rachel Bormann ; drawn by Nate
   Powell. Bets are off / comic by Nate Powell. --
   Bloomington, IN : See My Brother Dance, 2008. -- 28 p. :
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): A dos-a-dos
   minicomic. One side is a tale of young lovers running away
   from home; the other, the story of a white girl who goes to
   school one Hallowe'en dressed as Aunt Jemima. --
   Alternative genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.P66C3 2008
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Running Away From Home.
   Index entry (p. 246) to Seduction of the Innocent, by
   Frederic Wertham (New York : Rinehart, 1954). Call no.:
   HQ784.C6W4
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Running Away From Home.
   Look! Elmo Gave Me an Engagement Ring!"* (A Date with Judy)
   / script, Paul S. Newman ; art, Graham Place. 11 p. in A
   Date with Judy, no. 9 (Feb./Mar. 1949). -- Summary:
   Everyone thinks that Judy has run away from home because
   Oogie wouldn't propose marriage to her. -- Appearances of
   Mitzi, Dora Foster, Randolph Foster and Melvin Foster. --
   Data from Craig Delich, Bob Hughes, Jim Van Dore, et al.
   via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3D3no.9
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Running Away From Home.
   "Tim Runs Away From Home"* (Teepee Tim) / Bob Wick. 6 p. in
   Ha Ha Comics, no. 99 (Dec./Jan. 1954/1955). -- Summary:
   Teepee Tim lives with his Grandma Numonya, and doesn't
   appreciate how she deals with his annoying behavior. He
   runs away, but quickly returns home after a few scares in
   the wilderness. Extreme stereotyping of Native American
   characters, and in a context where all other stories in
   this issue are funny animals. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A5H3no.99
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"Running Away to Join the Circus"* (Red and Rover, May 3,
   2006) / by Brian Basset. -- Summary: "Ringmaster, clown,
   trapeze artist, juggler, dog acts." -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "circuses"
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Running Bases.
   "Crime Runs the Bases" (Detective Chimp) / John Broome,
   script ; Irwin Hasen, pencils ; Bernard Sachs, inks. 6 p.
   in The Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 9 (May/June
   1953). -- Summary: Bobo becomes the mascot of a baseball
   team. -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.607
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Running Birds.
   "That Bird Isn't So Fast"* (Rivets, Sept. 21, 1968) /
   Sixta. -- Summary: Rivets races a running bird while
   leaning out a car window. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "racing"
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Running Cheese.
   "Balbo's Running Cheese" (Balbo's Own Magic Page) p. 65 in
   Master Comics, no. 43 (Oct. 1943). -- Explains the cheese
   trick in the previous story. -- Call no.: folio
   PN6728.M38no.43
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Running Commentary / Fougasse. -- London : Methuen and
   Company, Limited, 1941. -- 123 p. : ill. ; 13 x 19 cm. --
   "Published in association with the proprietors of Punch."
   -- Cartoons and comics about Britain during World War II.
   -- Call no.: NC1479.B55R8 1941
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Running Down.
   "Accidents Happen Every Day" / E. Sánchez Abulí, Jordi
   Bernet. 8 p. in Torpedo 1936 2 (New York : Catalan
   Communications, 1985). -- Summary: Luca Torelli goes on
   trial for running down a man in the street with his car. An
   eyewitness gets him off. Next the eyewitness wants more
   money, so Rascal runs him down with the car. Then Rascal
   goes on trial. -- Call no.: PN6777.S3T6213 1985
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Running Down.
   "He's Always Trying to Run Me Down!"* (Redeye, Nov. 7,
   1989) / Yates, Casson. -- Summary: Tanglefoot thinks Redeye
   doesn't like him. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running down"
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Running Down.
   "The Old Gent is Havin' a Change of Heart at Last"* (Barney
   Google and Spark Plug, Oct. 1, 1930) / De Beck. p. 156 in
   The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill
   Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Senator
   Schnopps has told his chauffeur to look out for Barney, and
   Barney almost gets run down by the senator's car. -- Call
   no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Running Errands.
   "Reading Their Lips"* (Wildcat) / Kozlak. p. 161-165,
   fourth chapter of "A Place in the World" (Justice Society
   of America) in All Star Comics Archives, v. 6 (2000) ;
   reprinted from All-Star Comics, no. 27 (Winter 1945). --
   Summary: Anthony Cellini lives in a big American city, and
   is almost completely deaf. His teacher thinks he doesn't
   pay attention in school, and his classmates call him
   stupid. Wildcat contacts Anthony and asks for help rounding
   up a gang of racketeers. Without knowing it, Anthony has
   been running errands for the gang. Soon Anthony is reading
   lips through the window of a back room, and the gang
   reveals the whole setup. Wildcat does a raid, and the next
   morning at a school assembly Wildcat tells everybody how
   Anthony helped catch the crooks. The kids and the teacher
   change their attitudes. -- Call no.: PN6728.A4A76 2000
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Running for Congress.
   "That Lamb was Old Enough to Vote When Bryan was Running
   for Congress"* (Stumble Inn, Dec. 6, 1922) / George
   Herriman. p. 67 in The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper
   Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams
   (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977).
   -- Call no.: PN6726.S6 1977
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Running for Cover.
   "Bomb?"* (Toonerville Folks, 1917?) / F. Fox. p. 141 in The
   Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill
   Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Wordless
   panel, in which a man holds a smoking round black thing and
   wonders why people are running for cover. -- Call no.:
   folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Running For It.
   "The Magic Bullet" (Bitter Girl, June 28, 2007) / Joan
   Hilty. -- Summary: Dad's making a run for it, and she stops
   him with a bullet to the toe. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "toes"
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"Running for Love!" 7 p. in Our Love Story, no. 19 (Oct. 1972)
   ; reprinted in Our Love Story, no. 31 (Dec. 1974). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.3.M3 O85no.19
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Running for Office.
   "Campaign in the Neck" (Archie) 4 p. in Archie Comics, no.
   75 (July/Aug. 1955). -- Archie runs for class president. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A7A7no.75
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Running for Office.
   "I'm Running for Governor"* (Doonesbury, Aug. 30, 2003) /
   by Garry Trudeau. -- Summary: A fellow airplane passenger
   tries to steal Zonker's fiscal plan for his campaign. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fiscal plans"
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Running for Office.
   Kaji Ryûsuke no Gi / settei kyôryoku, Minamida Misao ;
   Hirokane Kenshi. -- Tôkyô : Kôdansha, 1992-1999. -- ill. ;
   19 cm. -- (Misutâ Magajin KC) -- Complete in 20 vols. --
   Summary (from OSU via SkyRiver): Kaji Ryûsuke is a Tokyo
   University graduate and an elite businessman. After the
   sudden death of his father, who was a politician, he
   decides to run for an office carrying out his deceased
   father's wish. -- Political genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 2. --
   Call no.: PN6790.J33 H573K3 1992
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Running for Office.
   "Where Even the Weirdest Folk Slip Under the Radar or Run
   for Office"* (The Arctic Circle, Apr. 17, 2008) / Alex
   Hallatt. -- Summary: Frank the polar bear is being adopted,
   and taken somewhere safe. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "California"
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Running for President.
   "If You or I were That Dumb and Running for President,
   Would Anyone Let Up on Us?"* (The Boondocks, Oct. 5, 2000)
   / Aaron McGruder. -- Summary: Thoughts about the campaign
   coverage of George W. Bush. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Bush"
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Running for President.
   "We Can Use Our Radio Program to Get Votes!"* (Jump Start,
   Sept. 29, 2015) / by Robb Armstrong. -- Summary: Jojo is
   going to run for class president, and considers being
   "brutally honest." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "radio
   programs"
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Running From Oneself.
   "Honor" / by Steve Skeates, John Buscema and Bob Wiacek. p.
   56-60 in Bizarre Adventures, no. 30 (Feb 1982). -- "You
   can't run from yourself." -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3M337no.30
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Running in Circles.
   "When They Get Dizzy They Can't Hang On Any More"* (Perky &
   Beanz, Feb. 7, 1987) / Russell Myers. -- Summary: Perky
   asks Yoyo why dogs run in circles when they have fleas. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fleas"
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Running Into Someone.
   "And No, I Wasn't On Your Bike"* (Andy Capp, Feb. 27, 1990)
   / Smythe. -- Summary: Flo ran into her mother uptown. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running into someone"
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Running Into Someone.
   "The Great thing about Ex-Husbands"* (Between Friends, July
   28, 1997) / Bell-Lundy. -- Summary: Maeve runs into Simon,
   and thinks she can enjoy him for a while and hand him back
   when he gets cranky. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Ex-Husbands"
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Running Into Things.
   "Somebody's After My Job Down at the Ballistics
   Laboratory!"* (Mrs. Fitz, Dec. 31, 1970) / Frank Roberge.
   -- Summary: The professor is running into things while
   wondering why they took him off the guided missile project.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "guided missiles"
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The Running-L.
   "The Riddle of the Running-L" (The Cisco Kid) 16 p. in The
   Cisco Kid, no. 10 (July/Aug. 1952). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.D4C52no.10
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Running Late.
   "I Ran A Little Late at the Cosmetician's"* (Six Chix, June
   13, 2001) / Rina Piccolo. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "wet
   paint"
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Running Late.
   "My Family Runs Ten Minutes Late"* (Zits, Aug 2, 1997) /
   Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman. -- Key words: Hurrying, purses,
   trains, punctuality. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Punctuality"
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"Running Man Story."
   Blurred Vision : New Narrative Art. -- New York : Blurred
   Books, 2005. -- 100 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- An anthology of
   comics by various creators. -- Alternative genre. --
   Contents: Heads #601-700 / D. Dominick Lombardi ; Cursing
   the gladiator / Eve Englezos and Josh Moutray ; The 20th
   century Tuesday of a noman (v.2 no.1) / Toc Fetch ; Running
   man story / Matt Madden ; Cochlea and Eustachi / Hans
   Rickheit ; Sarah / K. Thor Jensen ; Cartooning symbolia /
   Dash Shaw ; Love song / Bishakh Som ; Hangover / Karl
   Stevens ; Hercules and Digitus / D. Dominick Lombardi ; Boy
   with clubbed foot (potato eyes) / D. Dominic Lombardi ;
   Blue boy at ground zero / D. Dominick Lombardi ; Specter of
   dentistry / Michael Teague ; My name is Mark and I work for
   Wal*Mart / Mark Sunshine. -- Call no.: PN6726.B56 2005
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"Running Mate : Gender and Politics in the Editorial Cartoons,
   by Elaine K. Miller" / reviewed by Sandy Northrop in Inks,
   v. 2, no. 2 (May 1995) -- Review of a video.
   1. Running Mate--Reviews. 2. Miller, Elaine K. I. Northrop,
   Sandy. II. Gender and Politics in the Editorial Cartoons.
   k. Editorial Cartoons. Call no.: PN6700.I45v.2, no.2
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Running Mate--Reviews.
   "Running Mate : Gender and Politics in the Editorial
   Cartoons, by Elaine K. Miller" / reviewed by Sandy Northrop
   in Inks, v. 2, no. 2 (May 1995) -- Review of a video.
   1. Running Mate--Reviews. 2. Miller, Elaine K. I. Northrop,
   Sandy. II. Gender and Politics in the Editorial Cartoons.
   k. Editorial Cartoons. Call no.: PN6700.I45v.2, no.2
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Running Mates



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Running Mates.
   "Apparently the Switch Was Made in New Orleans, Shortly
   After Bush's Disastrous Selection of Dan Quayle as His
   Running Mate"* (Doonesbury, Sept. 28, 1988) / by Garry
   Trudeau. -- Summary: The public George Bush is now being
   played by his evil twin Skippy Bush. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "running mates"
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Running Mates.
   "Are You Going to Keep the Mom I've Had, or Get a New
   Running Mate"* (Calvin & Hobbes, Sept. 2, 1988) /
   Watterson. -- Summary: Election day is soon, and Calvin has
   a talk with his dad. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running
   mates"
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Running Mates.
   "Here's a List of Running Mates You Should Consider"*
   (B.C., Aug. 15, 1988) / Hart. -- Summary: Clumsy (the
   candidate) reads the list, and it's names of women and
   their hotel room numbers. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "running mates"
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Running Mates.
   Index entry (p. 17) to Tune in Tomorrow / by Tom Tomorrow.
   (New York : St. Martin's Press, 1994) Call no.:
   PN6727.P42T8 1994
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Running Mates.
   "Man, Bush Couldn't Even Lead His Running Mate to the
   Voting Booth"* (The Boondocks, Sept. 23, 2000) / Aaron
   McGruder. -- Summary: Huey points out that Cheney didn't
   vote for Bush in the primary. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Cheney"
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Running Naked.
   "Here's Doc Boy Running Naked Through the Soybeans"*
   (Garfield, Dec. 16, 1993) / Jim Davis. -- Summary: Mom
   shows Jon, Doc Boy and Garfield the family photo album. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "soybeans"
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"The Running of Ladyhound" / John Jakes ; illustrations by
   Mike Whelan and Rick Bryant. 17 p. text in Savage Tales,
   no. 10 (May 1975). -- Data from George Olshevsky. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.4.M3S34no.10
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Running Off.
   "And She's Running Off with the Tennis Pro"* (Beetle
   Bailey, Aug. 1, 1997) / Mort Walker. -- Summary: She
   withdrew all the money from the bank account and bought a
   red convertible, but Amos isn't listening. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Convertibles"
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Running Off.
   "I Don' Wanna be Late for Dinner!"* (Aggie, Mar. 15, 1968)
   / Roy Fox. -- Summary: Animal eats hamburgers, hot dogs,
   malts and ice cream, then runs off. -- Summary: PN6726
   f.B55 "eating"
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Running Off.
   "Let's Play with my New Cynthia Dream Surgery Kit"*
   (Rugrats, Oct. 13, 1998) / Gray & Baker. -- Summary:
   Susie's mom runs of to teach surgery, taking the toy
   medical instruments by mistake. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "doctors' bags"
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Running Off.
   "Where Did That Stupid Dog Run Off To?"* (The Buckets,
   Sept. 4, 1998) / Stantis. -- Summary: He's driving around
   in his mini-van shouting for Dogzilla, who's in the back
   seat. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "back seats"
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Running Old Work.
   "Don't Worry, He'd Never Do It"* (Beetle Bailey, Apr. 20,
   1995) / by Mort Walker. -- Summary: Cartoonists are taking
   sabbaticals and running old work; the characters hope Mort
   won't do that. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Walker"
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Running on Alter Ego / Pat Brady. -- Kansas City, Mo. :
   Andrews McMeel, 2005. -- 127 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Rose is
   Rose) -- Family humor strip. -- Call no.: PN6728.R685R8
   2005
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Running on Alter Ego--Reviews.
   "Rose is Rose: Running on Alter Ego" / Chris Mautner. p. 58
   in The Comics Journal, no. 276 (June 2006). -- (Bullets) --
   Reviews the Pat Brady book. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.276
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"Running on His Record"* (Fenton, Feb. 15, 1984) / Wiley. --
   Summary: The unopposed incumbent, after looking over the
   highlights of his term in office, decides to lie through
   his teeth. -- Key words: Politicians, candidates. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "records"
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Running Out



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Running Out.
   "The Best You Can Come Up With Once We Run Out of Halloween
   Candy?"* (The Lockhorns, Oct. 30, 2015) / by Hoest and
   Reiner. -- Summary: Leroy has put a quarantine sign on the
   door. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "quarantine"
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Running Out.
   Jack's Luck Runs Out / by Jason Little. -- Brooklyn, N.Y. :
   Beekeeper Cartoon Amusements, 1998. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ;
   26 cm. -- "Xeric-powered." -- Alternative genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.L56J3 1998
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Running Out.
   "The Sands are Running Out" / art, Joe Sinnott. 4 p. in
   Strange Tales, no. 46 (May 1956). -- Summary: A man has an
   hourglass which can send him into the future. He asks a
   pedestrian what year it is and the man replies '71. He
   assumes 1971 and learns of deposits in land making men
   wealthy, and so returns to the past and buys up the land.
   In the future again he checks his bank account and it's not
   listed. The clerk tells him it's 2071. -- Data from Bob
   Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.46
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Running Out.
   "They Ran Out and I Got Bread Pudding!"* (Peanuts, Feb. 16,
   1996) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Spike stood in the chow line
   in the rain for an hour to get tapioca pudding. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Running Out of Gas.
   "Les Problèmes d'Énergie sont Résolus!"* (Modeste & Pompon)
   / Walli. p. 43 in Tintin, ann. 36, no. 319 (Oct. 16, 1981).
   -- Summary: They run out of gas towing their sailboat to
   the beach, so they put up the sails and let the boat tow
   the car. -- Plate no. 34. -- Call no.:
   PN6748.T48ann.36no.319
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Running Out of Gas.
   "Santa Thumbing"* (Bent Offerings, Dec. 22, 1988) / Don
   Addis. -- Summary: Santa has run out of fuel, and is
   hitchhiking with a bucket labelled "hay." -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "hay"
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Running Out of Gas.
   "They're Looking for a Place to Park"* (Us & Them, July 31,
   1995) / Dewar. -- Summary: Women run out of gas and get
   stranded in life with the children, while men just fill up
   and go round and round. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "parking"
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Running Out of Gas.
   "Wanted, an Automobile" (Gasoline Alley, Dec. 7, 1919) /
   King. -- Summary: Doc is dissatisfied with his car, because
   a truck backed into it, he missed a traffic whistle, he ran
   out of gas, he forgot to connect one of the spark plugs,
   etc. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cars"
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Running Out of Smiles.
   "Ever Hear of Someone Running Out of Smiles?"* (Lucky Cow,
   June 21, 2003) / Mark Pett. -- Summary: The customer can't
   get a smile at the counter. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "running out"
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Running Out of Time.
   Bernie Wrightson's Captain Sternn : Running Out of Time. --
   Northampton, MA : Kitchen Sink Press, 1993- . -- col. ill.
   ; 26 cm. -- To be complete in 5 nos. -- Science fiction. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-4. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.K5C3 1993
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Running Out of Time.
   Bernie Wrightson's Captain Sternn : Running Out of Time. --
   Advance Comics issue. -- Northampton, MA : Kitchen Sink
   Press, 1993. -- 16 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.6.K5C3 1993b
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Running Out of Time.
   "If Time Runs Out" / Dick Dillin and Mike Esposito, art ;
   Carl Wessler, story. 8 p. in The Unexpected, no. 131 (Jan.
   1972). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3T3no.131
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Running Out of Time.
   "When Time Ran Out" / Carl Wessler, story ; E.R. Cruz, art.
   6 p. in Witching Hour, no. 68 (Feb./Mar. 1977). -- Data
   from M. Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.3.N3W5no.68
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Running Outside.
   "Here, Mister, Didn't You See that 'No Tipping' Sign?"
   (That'll Be the Day!, May 27, 1952) -- Situation: A
   waitress runs outside to give him his tip back. -- Panel is
   signed with an "F" in a circle, plus "Wiwlym"? -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "tips"
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Running Over.
   "My Bowl Runneth Over"* (Perky & Beanz, Jan. 29, 1987) /
   Russell Myers. -- Summary: Beanz starts the popcorn popper,
   and Yoyo adds a little. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "popcorn"
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Running Over.
   "My Cup Never Runneth Over"* (Born Loser, July 19, 1999) /
   Art Sansom & Chip Sansom. -- Summary: Brutus pours a whole
   pot of coffee into his cup. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "coffee"
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Running Over Rabbits.
   "She's Having a Bad Hare Day"* (Mother Goose & Grimm, Jan.
   29, 1998) / Mike Peters. -- Summary: Mother Goose has run
   over two rabbits with her car. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "bad hair days"
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Running Over Teddy Bears.
   "It's a Free Country"* (The Ryatts, Feb. 5, 1972) / Jack
   Elrod. -- Summary: Missy wants Winky to move his teddy bear
   out of the driveway. He won't, so she runs over it. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "freedom"
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Running Press

 An American publisher, which has published some collections of comics


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Running Press.
   Blitz Cartooning Kit / by Bruce Blitz. -- Philadelphia :
   Running Press, 1991. -- 1 book (56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.), 6
   transparencies, 1 drawing tablet, 1 pencil, 1 ink pen, 1
   pencil sharpener; in container, 29 x 23 x 3 cm. -- Book has
   title: How to draw Blitz cartoons. -- Call no.: folio
   NC1764.B552 1991
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Running Press.
   The Completely Mad Don Martin / foreword by Gary Larson. --
   Philadelphia : Running Press, 2007. -- ill. (some col.) ;
   34 cm. -- (Mad's Greatest Artists) -- In 2 vols. --
   Contents: v. 1. 1956-1974 ; v. 2. 1974-1988. -- Summary
   (from SkyRiver): Presents every cartoon, comic strip,
   poster, and sticker created by the artist over the course
   of his thirty-year career with Mad magazine, organized
   chronologically and interspersed with sketches, letters,
   photographs, and tributes. -- Parody genre. -- LIBRARY HAS:
   v. 1-2. -- Call no.: PN6727.M37C57 2007
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Running Press.
   Dilbert's Guide to the Rest of Your Life : Dispatches from
   Cubicleland / by Scott Adams. -- Philadelphia : Running
   Press, 2007. -- 207 p. : ill. ; 16 cm. -- "Gift books from
   Hallmark." -- Call no.: PN6728.D535G8 2007
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Running Press.
   Family Guy Guide to Life / edited by Cindy De La Hoz. --
   Philadelphia : Running Press, 2011. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ;
   16 cm. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Presents life lessons
   and advice from the hit television show's characters,
   including Peter Griffin, Stewie Griffin, and Quagmire. --
   Call no.: PN1992.77.F28G8 2011
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Running Press.
   It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown / by Charles M.
   Schulz. -- Philadelphia, Pa : Running Press, 2004. -- 128
   p. : col. ill. ; 84 mm. -- (A Running Press Miniature
   Edition) -- Summary (from OCLC): Linus convinces Sally to
   wait for the Great Pumpkin to arrive on Halloween. --
   Illustrated fiction with the Peanuts characters. -- Funny
   kid genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.P4 I78 2004
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Running Press.
   Joe Kubert's Comic Book Studio. -- Philadelphia : Running
   Press, 2002. -- 1 book (68 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.), 1 drawing
   tablet, 7 pencils, 1 ink pen, 1 pencil sharpener, 1 eraser,
   1 triangle ; in portfolio, 29 cm. -- Call no.: NC1764.K78
   2002
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Running Press.
   The Mammoth Book of Best Crime Comics / edited by Paul
   Gravett. -- Philadelphia : Running Press, 2008. -- 479 p. :
   ill. ; 24 cm. -- Contents: Every shade of noir /
   introduction by Paul Gravett ; Old gangsters never die / by
   Alan Moore and Lloyd Thatcher ; Torpedo 1936: the switch /
   by Sanchez Abuli and Jordi Bernet ; The money-making
   machine swindlers / by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby ; 87th
   Precinct: blind man's bluff / by Bernie Krigstein and
   anonymous ; The murderer of Hung / by Dominique Grange and
   Jacques Tardi ; Murder, morphine and me / by Jack Cole ; El
   Borbah: love in vein / by Charles Burns ; The Spirit: the
   Portier fortune / by Will Eisner ; Secret Agent X-9 / by
   Dashiell Hammett and Alex Raymond ; Commissario Spada:
   Strada [Street] / by Gianluigi Gonano and Gianni De Luca ;
   Lily-white Joe / by Bernie Krigstein and anonymous ; The
   crushed gardenia / by Alex Toth and anonymous ; Ms. Tree:
   Maternity leave / by Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty ;
   Roy Carson and the old master / Colin McLoughlin and Denis
   McLoughlin ; Mary Spratchet / by anonymous ; Alack Sinner:
   Talkin' with Joe / by Carlos Sampayo and José Muñoz ; The
   button / by Bill Everett and anonymous ; Kane: Rat in the
   house / by Paul Grist ; Who dunnit? / by Fred Guardineer
   and anonymous ; Mike Lancer and the syndicate of death / by
   Mickey Spillane and Harry Sahle ; Mike Hammer: Dark City /
   by Mickey Spillane and Ed Robbins ; The court / by Neil
   Gaiman and Warren Pleece ; The sewer / by Johnny Craig ; I
   keep coming back / by Alan Moore and Oscar Zarate. --
   Detective genre. -- Call no.: PN6720.M33C7 2008
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Running Press.
   The Mammoth Book of Best Horror Comics / edited by Peter
   Normanton. -- Philadelphia, Pa. : Running Press, 2008. --
   544 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Contents: Hitler's head ; No rest
   for the dead ; He ; The secret files of Dr. Drew ; The
   corpse that wouldn't die ; Bride of death ; Dungeon of doom
   ; Terror of the stolen legs ; Den of horror ; The
   living-dead ; Marching zombies ; Grave rehearsal ; A
   glimpse of the pit ; The horror of the walking corpse ; The
   thing that walked at night ; Partners in blood ; Dead man's
   revenge ; The hand of glory ; The man who would be fate ;
   The monster of Dread End ; Santa's claws ; The game keeper
   ; Fatal scalpel ; The weirdest character I've ever known! ;
   Now, another maniac! ; Through a glass darkly ; Ghouls walk
   among us ; Tradition of the wolf ; Sea of graves ; Killer
   planet ; Over his head ; Christmas carol ; Mr. Monster: his
   world ; Home ties ; One of these days ; The Dunwich horror
   ; Dream snake ; Purgation ; Dread end ; The festival ; The
   crawlspace ; Immortal: a vampire tale ; There was an old
   woman ; Cal McDonald: a letter from B.S. ; Luna's story of
   Little Red Riding Hood ; The graveswellers ; Shuteye. --
   Call no.: PN6726.M33H6 2008
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Running Press.
   The Mammoth Book of Zombie Comics / edited by David
   Kendall. -- London : Robinson ; Philadelphia : Running
   Press, 2008. -- 451 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Contents:
   Introduction: the rise of the foot soldier ; Making amends
   / Steve Niles, script, Josh Medors, art ; Pariah / Jon
   Ayre, script, One Neck, art ; In sickness / Jon Ayre and
   Stephen Hill ; Necrotic: dead flesh on a living body /
   Buddy Scalera and M. Swank, script, Pat Quinn, art ; The
   immortals / Darko Macan, script, Edvin Biukovic, art ;
   Flight from Earth / Oleg Kozyrev, script, Roman Surzhenko,
   art ; Amy / Mark Bloodworth, script, Vincent Locke, art ;
   Black Sabbath / Stuart Kerr, script, Vincent Locke, art ;
   M*A*Z*H / Andrew Davies, script, Laura Watton, art ; Dead
   eyes open / Matthew Shepherd, script, Roy Boney Jr., art ;
   Might of the living dead / Indio ; Job Satisfaction / Gary
   Crutchley ; The corpse / Askold Akishin ; The haunted ship
   / Askold Akishin ; The zombie / Askold Akishin ; Pigeons
   from Hell / Robert E. Howard, original story, Scott
   Hampton, adaptation and art ; Zombie world: dead end /
   Stephen Blue ; Zombies / Kieron Gillen, script, Andy Bloor,
   art. -- Horror genre. -- Call no.: PN6720.M33Z6 2008
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Running Press.
   Mort Drucker : Five Decades of His Finest Works / foreword
   by Michael J. Fox. -- Philadelphia, PA : Running Press,
   2012. -- 272 p. : ill. ; 31 cm + 1 poster. -- (Mad's
   Greatest Artists) -- Parody genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.D75M6 2012
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Running Press.
   Office Superman : Make Yourself Indispensable in the
   Workplace / by Alan Axelrod. -- Philadelphia : Running
   Press, 2004. -- 239 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 8). -- Call no.: HF5386.A9
   2004
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Running Press.
   Peanuts Guide to Life / by Charles M. Schulz. --
   Philadelphia, Penn. : Running Press, 2007. -- 128 p. : ill.
   ; 16 cm. -- (Gift Books from Hallmark) -- Foreword by Bill
   Cosby, with Gordon Berry. -- Chiefly excerpts (quotes and
   pictures) from Peanuts comic strips, about conduct of life.
   -- Funny kid genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.P4G8 2007
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Running Press.
   Scooby-Doo's Halloween Tricks & Treats. -- Philadelphia :
   Running Press, 2006. -- 128 p. : col. ill. ; 84 mm. -- (A
   Running Press Miniature Edition) -- Jokes and riddles. --
   Call no.: PN1992.77.S35H3 2006
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Running Press.
   Sergio Aragonés : Five Decades of His Finest Works /
   foreword by Patrick O'Donnell. -- Philadelphia, Pa. :
   Running Press, 2010. -- 271 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm.
   -- (Mad's Greatest Artists) -- Contents: A Mad look at
   Sergio Aragonés ; The 1960s ; The 1970s ; The 1980s ; The
   1990s ; The 2000s. -- Call no.: PN6727.A722S38 2010
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Running Press.
   Silly Symphonies / adapted by Ann Braybrooks. --
   Philadelphia, Pa. : Running Press, 1992. -- 112 p. : col.
   ill. ; 83 mm. -- Spine title: Walt Disney's Silly
   Symphonies. -- "A Running Press miniature edition." --
   Contents: The three little pigs ; The ugly duckling ;
   Little Hiawatha. -- Call no.: PN1997.5.S47B7 1992
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Running Press.
   Start Collecting Comic Books / Harold Schechter. --
   Philadelphia, Pa. : Running Press, 1990. -- 98 p. : ill. ;
   21 cm. + 1 miniature comic book (24 p. : col. ill. ; 16
   cm.) -- (Start Collecting Series) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 91-93) and index. --
   Enclosure is a reprint of The Amazing Spider-Man, no. 1,
   originally published March 1963.
   1. Collectors and collecting of comics. 2. Superhero
   comics. I. Schechter, Harold. II. Running Press. III. The
   Amazing Spider-Man, no. 1 (Mar. 1963) IV. Series. Call no.:
   PN6714.S27 1990
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Running Press Kids.
   It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown / by Charles M.
   Schulz ; art adapted by Justin Thompson. -- Philadelphia,
   Pa. : Running Press Kids, 2007. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 20
   cm. -- Includes reusable stickers. -- A board book. --
   Summary (from SkyRiver): On Halloween, Linus waits with
   Sally in the pumpkin patch for the Great Pumpkin, in a book
   where young readers can help complete the pictures by
   placing the correct reusable stickers in the scenes. --
   "Based on the classic television special." -- Funny kid
   fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728.P4 I78 2007
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A Running Press Miniature Edition.
   It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown / by Charles M.
   Schulz. -- Philadelphia, Pa : Running Press, 2004. -- 128
   p. : col. ill. ; 84 mm. -- (A Running Press Miniature
   Edition) -- Summary (from OCLC): Linus convinces Sally to
   wait for the Great Pumpkin to arrive on Halloween. --
   Illustrated fiction with the Peanuts characters. -- Funny
   kid genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.P4 I78 2004
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A Running Press Miniature Edition.
   Scooby-Doo's Halloween Tricks & Treats. -- Philadelphia :
   Running Press, 2006. -- 128 p. : col. ill. ; 84 mm. -- (A
   Running Press Miniature Edition) -- Jokes and riddles. --
   Call no.: PN1992.77.S35H3 2006
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Running Railroads.
   "No Way to Run a Railroad!" / Mike Fleisher & Russell
   Carley, story ; Leopoldo Duranona, art. 10 p. in House of
   Secrets, no. 128 (Feb. 1975). -- Data from Michael
   Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3H62no.128
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Running Rampant.
   "Once Upon a Christmas Eve!" / author, Will Richardson ;
   illustrator, Martin Salvador. p. 6-17 in Creepy, no. 125
   (Feb. 1981). -- "Every church is built over a gateway to
   Hell. Yet, on Christmas Eve, the gateway opens and Satan's
   minions run rampant!" -- Contents page title: "Christmas
   Eve." -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.125
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"The Running Red" (Vampirella) / Loew ; González. 12 p. in
   Vampirella, no. 32 (Apr. 1974). -- Data from Jerry
   Sinkovec. -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3V3no.32
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Running Restaurants.
   "Robotman Runs a Restaurant!" (Robotman) 6 p. in Detective
   Comics, no. 184 (June 1952). -- Data from Bill Wormstedt,
   Bob Klein, Mike Tiefenbacher, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: film 15791r.269
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Running Riot / by Eric Hadden. -- East Lansing, Mich. : Hadden
   Comics, 2010. -- 23 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Created in the
   Fall 2010 Comics and Visual Narrative class at Michigan
   State University under the direction of prof. Ryan Claytor.
   -- New wave genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.55.C575H3 2010
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Running Scared / Tome & Janry ; translator, Jerome Saincantin
   ; lettering and text layout, Imadjinn. -- Canterbury :
   Cinebook, 2012. -- 46 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. -- (Spirou &
   Fantasio ; 3) -- "Original title: Spirou & Fantasio 40: La
   Frousse aux Trousses." -- "Spirou and Fantasio are hired by
   a doctor to escort some of this patients. Their ailment? An
   apparently incurable case of the hiccups. His solution:
   Send them on the most insane adventure ever and scare the
   hiccups out of them. Since he offers to pay for their
   expedition, the two fearless reporters agree to take the
   patients with them as they attempt to locate two explorers
   lost in 1938 near the Nepalese border, in the middle of a
   war." -- Adventure story genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6748.S66S4013 2012
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Running Shoes.
   "Wearing Running Shoes FROM Work I'd Understand"* (Shoe,
   June 7, 1988) / MacNelly. -- Summary: Cosmo can't figure
   out why people wear running shoes TO work. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "running shoes"
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"Running Sore" (Jimbo) / by Gary Panter. p. 5-9 in Raw, v. 1,
   no. 3 (1981). -- Call no.: folio PN6728.R27no.3
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Running the World.
   "It's Time to Give Dogs a Shot at Running the World"*
   (Beetle Bailey, June 2, 2006) / Mort Walker. -- Summary:
   Otto thinks dogs could be as stupid and arrogant as humans.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dogs"
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Running the World.
   "13 Old Men Who Run the World" (The Atom) / Elliot S.
   Maggin, script; Dick Dillin, pencils ; Mike Esposito as
   Phil Zupa, inks. 7 p. in Action Comics, no. 425 (July
   1973). -- Summary: Jean Loring is defending Dr. Han
   Selzheim in a case where he is framed by a mafia boss for
   stealing gold bullion. -- Also appearance of Brad Phillips.
   -- Translated to Spanish as "Los 13 Gobernantes Ancianos,"
   in Supermán, no. 999. -- Superhero genre. -- Data from Bob
   Klein, Jon Ingersol, et al. via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A2no.425
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Running Towns.
   "The Aliens Who Ran My Town" / Howard Purcell, art. 8 p. in
   My Greatest Adventure, no. 58 (Aug. 1961). -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3M9no.58
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Running Towns.
   "Who Runs This Town, Anyway?" (Power Factor) / script,
   Kevin Juaire ; pencils, Scott Clark ; inks, Jim Harrison,
   John Tighe ; colors, Michelle Basil ; separations, John
   Newton ; letters, Vickie Williams. 23 p. in Power Factor
   Special, no. 1 (1991). -- Data from Derek Reinhard via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.6 .I5P6no. 1
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Running Up Bills.
   "Land of Kibble and Caviar"* (Miles to Go, Dec. 4, 1985) /
   by Phil Frank. -- Summary: Miles is running up bills as if
   this were the land of milk and honey, or something. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Running Up Trees.
   "Stampede"* (Chucho's Barrio, May 22, 1978) / R. Garcia. p.
   12 in El Renacimiento, no. 144 (May 22, 1978). -- Summary:
   A couple runs up a tree to avoid a stampede that was only a
   Mexican family reunion. -- "A bilingual comic strip not
   only for Latinos but for all to enjoy" -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "family reunions"
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Running Water, Rob.
   "Love/Hate Letters" p. 16, 94 in Penthouse Comix, no. 7
   (May/June 1995). -- Letters to the editor from Jake, David
   Stoker, Elizabeth X, Rob Running Water, Marshall Oakley,
   Daniel & Michele Cabrera, Brendan Christie, and Miss Mercy.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.6.P415P4no.7
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Running Water.
   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
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Running Water.
   "How Come Everyone Is So Quiet?"* (Drabble, July 31, 1997)
   / by Kevin Fagan. -- Key words: Vacations, car trips,
   thinking, worrying, locks, water running, ovens, bathrooms.
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Quiet"
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Running Water.
   Index entry (p. 41-42) in The Will Eisner Companion, by
   N.C. Christopher Couch & Stephen Weiner (New York : DC
   Comics, 2004). -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5C6 2004
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Running Water.
   "But Only During the Rainy Season"* (Redeye, Apr. 6, 1987)
   / Gordon Bess. -- Summary: Mawsquaw can't believe she's
   getting running water; Redeye seems to have installed an
   indoor downspout. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running water"
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Running Waters.
   "The Mother of Notre Dame : Mother Caroline, the American
   Foundress of the School Sisters of Notre Dame" p. 31-36 in
   Topix, v. 6, no. 8 (Apr. 1948). -- "From the book Running
   Waters, by Covelle Newcomb." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.C3T6v.6no.8
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"Running Wild" / story, Roger McKenzie ; art, Carmine
   Infantino & Alex Nino. p. 41-49 in Creepy, no. 93 (Nov.
   1977). -- "Though Walt and Lucien were twins, Walt was
   athletic while Lucien was confined to a wheelchair. As
   twins, they were closer than most brothers, yet the ties
   which bound them were Lucien's will and Walt's hate!" --
   Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.93
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Running Wild.
   "The Atom-Express Runs Wild"* (Volto from Mars) 1 p. in
   Real Life Comics, no. 29 (Mar. 1946). -- Advertising strip
   for Grape-Nuts Flakes. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.29
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"Running Wild."
   The Incredibles. -- Franklin, TN : Dalmatian Press, 2008.
   -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Disney Comics Collection)
   -- Contents: Water way to go! ; Running wild. -- "Includes
   comics, a full-color fold-out poster, and stickers to add
   comical quips to your poster." -- Superhero genre. -- Call
   no.: PN1997.5 .I45W3 2008
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Running Wild.
   "The Runaway Time Express!" (Wonder Woman) / Harry G.
   Peter, art ; Robert Kanigher, script. 25 p. in Wonder
   Woman, no. 97 (Apr. 1958). -- Chapter titles: Stone Age
   Rodeo! (6 p.) ; The Day Nature Ran Wild! (8 p.) ; The
   Menace of Earth's Twin! (11 p.) -- Data from Gene Reed and
   Lou Mougin, via Grand Comic-Book Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N3W6no.97
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Running With Scissors.
   "Is there Anything You Regret Not Doing When You Were My
   Age?"* (Barney and Clyde, May 4, 2015) / Weingartens &
   Clark. -- Summary: Grandpa takes off with the scissors. --
   Call no: PN6726 f.B55 "running with scissors"
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Running with Scissors.
   "Rejected Curious George Titles" (Committed, July 28, 1997)
   / Michael Fry. -- Key words: Gas mains, morgues, plutonium,
   audits, running with scissors. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Curious George"
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Running with the Bulls.
   "Rowdy Once Ate With Some Poodles"* (One Big Happy, Sept.
   9, 2004) / Rick Detorie. -- Summary: Avis brags about her
   worldly new boyfriend Morrie, who has run with the bulls.
   Rowdy is Ruthie's dog. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "running
   with the bulls"
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Running with the Bulls.
   "A Shyster Who Runs with the Bulls"* (B.C., April 14, 2004)
   / Hart. -- (Show Me) -- Summary: About lawyers and the
   downtrodden. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawyers"
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Running Wolf.
   "Little Otter's Eagle" 8 p. in Animal Comics, no. 4
   (Aug./Sept. 1943). -- Characters are Kyree, Little Otter,
   Running Wolf, and Bull Durkin. -- Data from Jim Walls, Tony
   R. Rose, Peter Croome, et al., via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4A53m no.4
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Runningbear, Barney.
   "Enter: Barbaric and Ricochet"* (Savage Dragon) / Erik
   Larsen, script and art ; Steve Oliff, Reuben Rude, Xan
   Micka, colors ; Chris Eliopoulos, letters. 28 p. in The
   Savage Dragon, no. 1 (June 1993) ; altered reprint in A
   Force to be Reckoned With trade paperback (1996). --
   Begins: "End of the line, Creep." -- Introduction of
   Barbaric (Barney Runningbear) and Ricochet (Rikki Shafer) ;
   villains Johnny Nitro and Shrew (Chris Vantage) are also
   introduced. -- Data from Lou Mougin, Matthias Hofmann,
   Henry R. Kujawa, et al., via Grand Comic Book Database. --
   Call no.: PN6728.6 .I45S32no.1
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Runny Noses.
   Architecture & Morality / Brian Azzarello, writer ; Cliff
   Chiang, artist ; Patricia Mulvihill, colorist ; Jared K.
   Fletcher, letterer. -- New York : DC Comics, 2007. -- 1 v.
   : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Doctor 13) -- Originally published
   in magazine form in Tales of the Unexpected 1-8. -- "The
   Architects--shapers of the universe--don't have room for
   misfits in their new world order. Can professional debunker
   Doctor 13 unmask their secret? And if he does, will even he
   believe it? Find out as Doctor 13 heads out on a quest to
   meet his maker accompanied by a talking Nazi gorilla, a
   flying pirate, an oh-so-'80s vampire, a cosmic heroine with
   a constant runny nose, a caveman frozen in ice, the
   tank-driving ghost of a Confederate general, a mysterious
   boy who can answer any question for the price of one thin
   dime, and the Doctor's own witchcrafty daughter." --
   Fantasy genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.D59A7 2007
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Runny Noses.
   "I Can't Drive 'Way Out There Every Time That Kid Has a
   Runny Nose!"* (The Neighbors, June 14, 1949) / by George
   Clark. -- Summary: A doctor talks to his receptionist, who
   is on the telephone. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "runny
   noses"
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Runoff / by Tom Manning. -- Richmond, Va. : Oddgod Press,
   2003- . -- ill. ; 27 cm. -- Alternative genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: v. 1. -- Call no.: PN6727.M326R8 2003
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Runoff--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 544) in The Slings & Arrows Comic Guide, Frank
   Plowright, ed. -- 2nd ed. -- (London : Slings & Arrows
   Ltd., 2003). -- "A critical assessment." -- Call no.:
   PN6707.S55 2003
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Runoff--Reviews.
   "Hit List" p. 118-119 in The Comics Journal, no. 234 (June
   2001). -- Brief review recommendations of: Hey Mister: Dial
   M for Mister (Pete Sickman-Garner) ; AK Press 2001 Catalog
   ; The Book of Leviathan (Peter Blegvad) ; Sof'Boy and
   Friends: Econom Combo #1 & 2 (Archer Prewitt) ; New
   Observations, Spring 2000 (Justin Melkmann, ed.) ; and
   one-word reviews of Damn You Frida Kahlo ; Smiley Shadow #8
   ; Peoples ; The Real Fat Freddy Freedom Fighter Adventure
   Series #1 ; Wild Chirp #5 ; Timberdoodle ; Milkbaby ;
   Buttnuggets ; Runoff #1 ; and Shades of Blue #1. -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.234
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Runs

 See also Home Runs


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Runs.
   Birds of Prey : End Run / writer, Gail Simone ; pencils, Ed
   Benes. -- New York : DC Comics, 2011. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ;
   26 cm. -- (Brightest Day) -- Originally published in single
   magazine form in Birds of Prey #1-6. -- Superheroine genre.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.B537E5 2011
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Runs.
   "Bomb Run!" / Harvey Kurtzman, script ; John Severin,
   pencils ; Bill Elder, inks ; Marie Severin, colors ; Ben
   Oda, letters. 7 p. in Frontline Combat, no. 4 (Jan./Feb.
   1952). -- Data from Bob Rivard via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.E14 F7a no.4
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Runs.
   "Bull Run!" / Harvey Kurtzman, script ; John Severin,
   pencils ; Marie Severin, colors ; Ben Oda, letters. 7 p. in
   Frontline Combat, no. 9 (Nov./Dec. 1952) (Special all Civil
   War issue) -- Data from Bob Rivard via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.E14F7a no.9
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Runs.
   "The Chimp-Champ of Baseball" (Detective Chimp) / John
   Broome, script ; Carmine Infantino, art. 7 p. in The
   Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 46 (Sept./Oct. 1959).
   -- Summary: Bobo captures two escaped prisoners and scores
   the winning run for his Little League team. -- Data from
   Gene Reed via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791r.607
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Runs.
   Dead Man's Run. -- Culver City, CA : Aspen MLT Inc.,
   2011-2013. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 0 (Nov.
   2011) - no. 6 (July 2013), per Grand Comics Database. --
   Horror genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 5-6 (2013). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.8.A75D4
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Runs.
   "Dead Run" / Jeff Jones. 2 p. in Vampirella, no. 32 (Apr.
   1974) ; reprinted in Creepy, no. 146 (1985). -- Data from
   Jerry Sinkovec. -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3V3no.32
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Runs.
   Dead Run / story, Andrew Cosby ; script, Michael Alan
   Nelson ; artist, Francesco Biagini. -- Los Angeles, CA :
   Boom! Studios, 2009. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 4
   nos. -- Science fiction genre, a post-apocalypse story. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 2-4. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.B62D4 2009
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Runs.
   Desert Run / by Terry Moore. -- Houston, Tex. : Abstract
   Studio, 2009. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Echo ; 3) -- "A
   madman chases Julie across the desert with a single, deadly
   purpose. With Dillon by her side, Julie races to solve the
   mystery of the atomic alloy she wears, and the ever-growing
   presence of its murdered creator within her. Linked by a
   trail of death, Julie's search leads to the mysterious Phi
   Project, her sister's prophetic visions and a government
   agent torn between country and family." -- Superheroine
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.M58E3503 2009
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Runs.
   "The Desolation Run!" (Ghost Rider) 17 p. in Ghost Rider,
   no. 11 (Apr. 1975). -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3G33no.11
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Runs.
   "Dry Run" (Betty and Veronica) 6 p. in Archie, Archie
   Andrews Where Are You? no. 37 (Apr. 1985). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.A7A67no.37
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Runs.
   "Dummy Run" 2 p. text in Namora, no. 3 (Dec. 1948). --
   Begins: "I hear you have an opening for a driver on a nitro
   truck, Mr. Purvis, Red Merril drawled." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.M3N3no.3
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Runs.
   Elk's Run / written by Joshua Hale Fialkov ; art by Noel
   Tuazon ; colors by Scott Keating ; lettered by Jason Hanley
   ; chapter title art by Datsun Tran ; edited by Jason
   Rodriguez. -- New York : Villard, 2007. -- 215 p. : col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Originally published in serial form as
   comic books published by Hoarse and Buggy Productions and
   Speakeasy from 2005 through 2006." -- Summary (from
   SkyRiver): The inhabitants of Elk's Ridge, WV, have set
   themselves apart from the rest of society in order to live
   in their particular version of paradise, but their dream is
   shattered in short order. The adults neglected to foresee
   that their own dream would not necessarily become their
   children's. -- Alternative genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.T745E4 2007
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Runs.
   "I'm Not Wearing Hose"* (Born Loser, July 14, 1993) /
   Art/Chip. -- Summary: Brutus tells Mother Gargle she has a
   run in her hose. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "runs"
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Runs.
   "Just Making Sure She Doesn't Make Another Run for the Ice
   Cream Cart"* (Sally Forth, July 8, 2004) / Mac. -- (Scenes
   from a Beach Trip) -- Summary: Hilary is under
   surveillance. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "the beach"
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Runs.
   Logan's Run. -- Newbury Park, CA : Adventure Comics, 1990-
   . -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (June 1990). --
   Science fiction. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-6 (1990). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.6.A3L6
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Runs.
   "The Long Run!" / Steve Skeates, story ; Lee Marrs, art. 2
   p. in House of Secrets, no. 126 (Dec. 1974). -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3H62no.126
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Runs.
   "Make a Run for the Border" (Roswel) / Joe Orrantia in Hot
   Mexican Love Comics. -- (Pasadena, CA : Hot Mexican Love
   Comics, 1996?) -- Includes one-line "artist bios" inside
   back cover. -- Call no.: PN6726.H64 1996
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Runs.
   "Make Another Run to the Landfill"* (Close to Home, May 6,
   2006) / John McPherson. -- Summary: The rummage sale is
   going well. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "rummage sales"
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Runs.
   "Milk Run" / R.G. Kelley. 14 p. in Four Fisted Tales, no. 1
   (1982). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.C56F6no.1
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Runs.
   Mulligan's Run. -- Control Voice Comics, 2007- . -- col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1. --
   Call no.: PN6728.7.C64M8
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Runs.
   "The Powderpuff Run" (Hot Wheels) / Len Wein, writer ; Ric
   Estrada, artist. 8 p. in Hot Wheels, no. 4 (Sept./Oct.
   1970). -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3H6no.4
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Runs.
   Salvation Run. -- New York : DC Comics, 2008. -- col. ill.
   ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 7 nos. -- Superhero genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.D3S25 2008
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Runs.
   "The Salvation Run!" (Ghost Rider) 17 p. in Ghost Rider,
   no. 18 (June 1976). -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3G33no.18
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Runs.
   "A Straight Run to Wonju!" / Bob Haney ; Russ Heath. 6 p.
   in All American Men of War, no. 115 (June 1966) ; reprinted
   from Our Army at War, no. 73 (Aug. 1958). -- Data from
   Michael Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3A4no.115
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Runs.
   "Trial Run!" / Henkel. 5 p. in Combat, no. 8 (Jan. 1953)
   I. Henkel, Vern. k. Runs. Call no.: PN6728.2.M3C6no.8
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"Runs with Scissors Boy" / George Broderick Jr. p. 8 in Comic
   Library International, v. 6 (2001). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.C57v.6
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Runs with Scissors Boy.
   "Faqs of the Super Heroes!" (Runs with Scissors Boy) /
   George Broderick Jr. p. 15 in Comic Library International,
   v. 6 (2001). -- Call no.: PN6720.C57v.6
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Runs with Scissors Boy.
   "Swinging Down on Bad Guys"* (Runs with Scissors Boy) /
   George Broderick Jr. p. 22 in Comic Library International,
   v. 6 (2001). -- Call no.: PN6720.C57v.6
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Runt, Dr.
   "If I'm Gonna Stay in this Chloroform Factory, I gotta have
   Service"* (Dr. Bobbs, Mar. 2, 1942) / Elliott and McArdle.
   -- Summary: Dr. Bobbs is assigned to Mr. Trent's hospital
   room; they call each other "Dr. Runt" and "Kid Homicide"
   respectively. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hospitals"
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The Runt / adapted by Elizabeth Levy. -- New York : Dell
   Publishing, 1981. -- 61 p. : col. ill. ; 20 cm. -- (Fat
   Albert and the Cosby Kids) -- (A Yearling Book) -- Funny
   kid fiction. -- Call no.: PS3562.E926R76 1981
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Runt Comics.
   Commodore Dinosaur. -- Edmore, MI : Runt Comics, 1990- . --
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Mar. 1990). -- Funny
   animal genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.6.R8C6
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Runton, Andy

 American comics artist


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Runton, Andy.
   Flying Lessons / Andy Runton ; edited by Chris Staros &
   Robert Venditti. -- Marietta, Ga. : Top Shelf, 2005. -- 143
   p. : ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Owly) -- "The third graphic novel."
   -- Summary (from OCLC): Owly overcomes his fear of flying
   with the help of Wormy and a flying squirrel--who overcomes
   his fear of owls. -- Alternative and funny animal genres.
   -- Call no.: PN6727.R775 O85 2005
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Runton, Andy.
   Just a Little Blue / Andy Runton. -- Marietta, Ga. : Top
   Shelf, 2005. -- 125 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. -- (Owly ; 2) --
   Funny animal and alternative genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.R775 O845 2005
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly : Breakin' the Ice / Andy Runton. -- Marietta, GA :
   Top Shelf Productions, 2006. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Free Comic Book Day) -- Funny animal genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.T6 O9 2006
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly : Helping Hands. -- Marietta, GA : Top Shelf
   Productions, 2007. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Free Comic
   Book Day ; 2007) -- Cover title: Andy Runton's Owly. --
   Funny animal genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.T6 O92 2007
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly : Splashin' Around / Andy Runton. -- Marietta, GA :
   Top Shelf Productions, 2005. -- 28 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Free Comic Book Day ; 2005) -- Story without words, funny
   animal genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.T6 O93 2005
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly : Stories of a Little Owl / Andy Runton. -- Lilburn,
   GA : Andy Runton, 2003. -- 15 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. -- Funny
   animal and alternative genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.R775
   O875 2003
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly : the Way Home, & The Bittersweet Summer / Andy Runton
   ; edited by Chris Staros & Robert Venditti. -- Marietta,
   Ga. : Top Shelf, 2004. -- 157 p. : chiefly ill. ; 20 cm. --
   Stories without words. -- Funny animal genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.R775 O9 2004
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly and Friends! -- Marietta, GA : Top Shelf Productions,
   2010. -- 24 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Free Comic Book Day ;
   2010 -- Contents: Owly / Andy Runton ; Johnny Boo / James
   Kochalka ; Korgi / Christian Slade. -- Funny animal and
   alternative genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.8.T6 O9 2010
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Runton, Andy.
   Owly & Wormy : Friends All Aflutter / Andy Runton. -- New
   York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2011. -- 1 v. :
   col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Good friends
   Owly and Wormy are disappointed when their new plant
   attracts fat, green, bug-like things, instead of
   butterflies, until a metamorphosis occurs. -- Story without
   words, funny animal genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.R775 O93
   2011
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Runton, Andy--Miscellanea.
   "Feazell, Runton Honored at SPACE" / J. Caleb Mozzocco. p.
   45-46 in The Comics Journal, no. 269 (July 2005). --
   (Newswatch : Journal Datebook) -- Con report on the Small
   Press and Alternative Comics Expo (SPACE) held in Columbus,
   Ohio. Andy Runton got the Howard Eugene Day Memorial Prize,
   and Matt Feazell got the Lifetime Achievement Award. --
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.269
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Runton, Andy--Miscellanea.
   "Hey, Kids- Comics! : All-Ages Comic Books Provide Plenty
   of Good Reads for All to Enjoy" / by Eric Henrickson. p. 5D
   in the Detroit News, Oct. 13, 2007. -- Recommends The
   Courageous Princess (Rod Espinosa), Hardy Books and Nancy
   Drew series (Scott Lobdell, Stephan Petrucha, et al.),
   PS238 (Aaron Williams), Violet Rose (Emma Davis & Brian
   Hess), Amelia Rules (Jim Gownley), Owly (Andy Runton), Pet
   Robots (Scott Christian Sava & Diego Jourdan), American
   Born Chinese (Gene Luen Yang), Buzzboy (John Gallagher),
   Days Like This (J. Torres & Scott Chantler), Journey into
   Mowhawk Country (George O'Connor), Polly & the Pirates (Ted
   Naifeh) -- Call no.: folio PN6710.S35 2007
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Runton, Andy--Miscellanea.
   Owly / Scott Robins. p. 596-600 in Critical Survey of
   Graphic Novels : Independents and Underground Classics
   (Ipswich, MA : Salem Press, 2012). -- Article about the
   Andy Runton series. -- Includes bibliography and
   illustration. -- Call no.: PN6707.C7 I5 2012 v.2
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Runts



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Runts.
   "Little Snuffy, I Call Him"* (Barney Google and Snuffy
   Smith, July 6, 1987) / Fred Lasswell. -- Summary: Snuffy
   has the runt of a litter of pigs named after him. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "runts'
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Runts.
   "The Magnificent Runt" 5 p. in True Comics, no. 83 (June
   1950) ; reprinted from True Comics, no. 46 (Winter 1945) --
   SUMMARY: Chehalis, a funny looking little horse, becomes
   the wonder of harness racing. -- "Adapted from an article
   in the Reader's Digest, December 1943, with the cooperation
   of the author, Dr. Frederic Loomis." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.46. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.83
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Runts.
   Rex the Runt : Rainy Day Companion / written and designed
   by Kevin Wrench & Andrew Franks. -- London : Hodder and
   Stoughton, 2000. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 19 cm. -- "Feeling a bit
   soggy? Then have some strange fun with Rex and his chums
   from the animated TV series!" -- Call no.: PN1992.77.R47W7
   2000
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Runts.
   "Roscoe, You're Gonna Need More than a Hang Glider and a
   Can of Raid to Get This Business Off the Ground"* (Miles to
   Go, Oct. 2, 1986) / by Phil Frank. -- Summary: Uncle Roscoe
   was the runt of the litter. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "crop
   dusting"
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Runts.
   "Two-Gun Crowley" 6 p. in Justice Traps the Guilty, no. 58
   (=v. 7, no. 4) (Jan. 1954). -- Begins: "He was a runt whose
   hatred for the police was a constantly growing cancer in
   his heart, but the law has sure cure for kill-crazy little
   rats like..." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P7J8no.58
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Runtz, Vic.
   Index entry to Cartoonist Profiles, no. 65 (Mar. 1985), p.
   28-35 -- Data from R.C. Harvey. Call no.: NC1300.C35no.65
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Runways.
   "Supermodel Olive Oyl"* (Berry's World, Sept. 2, 1999) /
   Jim Berry. -- Summary: Olive follows another thin model on
   the runway. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "models"
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Runways.
   "Unauthorized Personnel on the Runway"* (Peanuts, June 20,
   1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown greets Snoopy,
   and the flying ace doesn't appreciate it. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "runways"
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Runways.
   "What's Going On at Your House?"* (Get Fuzzy, Aug. 31,
   2007) / by Darby Conley. -- Summary: Satchel is on a runway
   modeling a monkey shirt. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "fashion"
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Runyan, Adolphus.
   Entry (p. 292) in The Great Superman Book, by Michael
   Fleisher (New York : Warner Books, 1978). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.F5v.3
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Runyan, Bert.
   Entry (p. 292) in The Great Superman Book, by Michael
   Fleisher (New York : Warner Books, 1978). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.F5v.3
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Runyan, Tom E.
   Entry (p. 235) in The National Cartoonists Society Album
   1996 ed., edited by Bill Janocha (New York : NCS, 1996). --
   Call no.: NC1300.N3 1996
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Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946.
   Adventure Classics / edited by Tom Pomplun. -- Mount Horeb,
   Wis. : Eureka Productions, 2005. -- 144 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- (Graphic Classics ; v. 12) -- Contents: The wind blew
   shrill and smart / by Robert Louis Stevenson, illustrated
   by Skot Olsen ; In the valley of the sorceress / by Sax
   Rohmer, adapted by Rod Lott, illustrated by J.B. Bonivert ;
   The masked ball / by Alexandre Dumas, adapted by Tom
   Pomplun, illustrated by Michael Manning ; Tigre / by Zane
   Grey, adapted by Tom Pomplun, illustrated by Don Marquez ;
   The shooting of Dan McGrew / by Robert W. Service,
   illustrated by Hunt Emerson ; Two men named Collins / by
   Damon Runyon, adapted by Tom Pomplun, illustrated by Noel
   Tuazon ; Blood money / by Rafael Sabatini, adapted by Tom
   Pomplun, illustrated by Kevin Atkinson ; Gunga din / by
   Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Mary Fleener ; The man
   without a shadow / by Fitz-James O'Brien, adapted &
   illustrated by Milton Knight ; The mystery of the
   semi-detached / by Edith Nesbit, adapted by Antonella
   Caputo, illustrated by Mark A. Nelson ; The stolen story /
   by Johnston McCulley, adapted by Tom Pomplun, illustrated
   by Chris Pelletiere ; The crime of the brigadier / by
   Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Antonella Caputo,
   illustrated by Nick Miller, The roads we take / by O.
   Henry, adapted by Rod Lott, illustrated by Pedro Lopez. --
   Adventure story genre. -- Call no.: PN6726.R6312 2005
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Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946.
   Index entry (p. 90) in Over 50 Years of American Comic
   Books, by Ron Goulart (Lincolnwood, Ill. : Mallard Press,
   1991). -- Call no.: PN6725.G636 1991
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Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946.
   Index entry (p. 111) in Ron Goulart's Great History of
   Comic Books (Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1986). Call no.:
   PN6725.G635 1986
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Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946.
   "A Name for an Old Doll" (Captain America) / Vince Alascia,
   pencils ; Syd Shores, inks. 12 p. in Captain America
   Comics, no. 56 (May 1946). -- A Runyonesque story that
   borrows a Dashiell Hammett story (a prizefighter is killed
   in the ring). -- Data from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3C3m
   no.56
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Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946.
   They'll Do It Every Time / Jimmy Hatlo ; with a foreword by
   Damon Runyon. -- Philadelphia : D. McKay, 1943. -- 96 p. :
   ill. ; 21 x 26 cm.
   I. Hatlo, Jimmy. II. Runyon, Damon, 1880-1946. Call no.:
   PN6728.T47H3 1943
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Runyon, Marvin.
   "Take a Lickin' & Keep On Shtickin'" / by David Hinckley.
   p. 82-85 in Cartoonist Profiles, no. 106 (June 1995). --
   Reprint from the Daily News (New York), about the USPS
   "Comic Strip Classics" postage stamps. -- Photographs of
   Corinta Kotula, Catherine Walker, Mort Walker, Marvin
   Runyon, Dean Young, Mrs. & Mrs. Carl Herrman, J.F.
   D'Angelo, Dale Messick, Dick Locher, Jerry Robinson, Bill
   Rechin, Fred Lasswell, Charlotte Helinger, and Bill
   Janocha. -- Call no.: NC1300.C35no.106
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Ruokola, Ilkka (Igor), 1961- --Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 37) in B.D. Fin : la Bande Dessinée Finlandaise à
   Angoulême en 1988 (Helsinki : Kalletuotanto Oy & Suomen
   Sarjakuvaseura, 1988). -- Entries for Finnish comics
   artists with sample strips. -- Call no.: PN6790.F52B22 1988
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Ruokosenmäki, Jouko.
   "Silly, Silly Man" / Jouko Ruokosenmäki. p. 2 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 198 (Aug. 1997) -- (Blood & Thunder) -- Letter
   on James Kochalka and craft. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.198
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Ruotolo, Fabio.
   The Young Queen / script, Massimiliano Frezzato ; art,
   Fabio Ruotolo ; translation, Fershid Bharucha. -- Rockville
   Centre, NY : Heavy Metal, 2007. -- 44 p. : col. ill. ; 33
   cm. -- (The Keepers of the Maser ; 7) -- Science fiction
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6767.F687K47 2007
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