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Féval, Paul, 1817-1887.
   Enrique de Lagardere / Paul Feval. -- Barcelona : Editorial
   Bruguera, 1972. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- (Joyas
   Literarias Juveniles ; 27) -- Call no.: PN6778.J6 no.27
Féval, Paul, 1816-1887.
   "Jouvente de la Tour" / Paul Féval. text p. 73-76 in À
   Suivre, no. 2 (Mars 1978). -- Early story by novelist Féval
   (1816-1887). -- Call no.: PN6748.A2no.2
Féval, Paul, 1816-1887--Articles About.
   "Paul Féval, une Reverie Feconde" / François Rivière. text
   p. 72-73 in À Suivre, no. 2 (Mars 1978). -- Call no.:


"Fever" / by Halmos. p. 18-23 in Heavy Metal, no. 5 (Aug.
   1977). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43no.5
"Fever" / by Nicollet. p. 83-90 in Heavy Metal, v. 5, no. 7
   (Oct. 1981). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.5no.7
Fever. -- Brooklyn, NY : Chris Hope, . -- ill. ; 22 cm. --
   Self-published comix. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 2 (1997). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.55.H567F4
   "The Delicate High Strung Woman Unused to Hardships can
   Carry On No Longer"* (The Gumps, 1925) / Sidney Smith. p.
   127 in The Comic Strip Century (Kitchen Sink Press, 1995).
   -- Summary: Henrietta gets a fever and faints, doesn't show
   up for work, and loses another job. -- 19th in a sequence.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.C595 1995v.1
   "Feed a Cold and Starve a Fever"* (Grizzwells, Mar. 7,
   1991) / by Bill Schorr. -- Summary: What's the difference
   between a cold and a fever? -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "A Fierce Cola War"* (Bliss, Aug. 1, 1997) By Stephen
   Hirsch. -- Byline is from Detroit Free Press; strip signed
   "Hersh." -- Summary: Domiciliary advertising fever has hit.
   -- Key words: Nike swoosh, rubbernecking, fender benders,
   property values, shoe sales, corporate tie-ins, toolsheds.
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Rubbernecking"
   "Hay Fever?"* (The Born Loser, Apr. 15, 1967) / Art Sansom.
   -- Summary: Thornapple's caddy is blowing his nose. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hay fever"
   "He Could have Laughed at Poor National Wastebasket"*
   (Betsy and Me, June 28, 1958) / Cole. -- Summary: The baby
   doesn't cry when he's teething, or has a fever, but he
   cries when National Wastebasket goes down three points.
   Still, it could be worse. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "stock
   "He Thinks I Have a High Fever and Lets Me Stay Home from
   School"* (Perky & Beanz, Feb. 5, 1987) / Russell Myers. --
   Summary: Perky pretends to like broccoli, spinach, and
   eggplant. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "vegetables"
   "I Don't Know Why, I Haven't Felt Like Playing It"* (Norm,
   Jan. 13, 2001) / Jantze. -- Summary: Norm has a new video
   game set, and no fever. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fevers"
   "It's All the Way Up in My Forehead"* (The Family Circus,
   Jan. 20, 2001) / Jeff and Bil Keane. -- Summary: Jeffy has
   a high fever. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fevers"
   "It's Either the Flu or Love"* (Peanuts, Feb. 12, 1986) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: The World War I flying ace's nose is
   warm, and 65,000 soldiers at Camp Pontanezen, France, have
   influenza. -- Key words: Epidemics, symptoms, fevers. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
   "Jungle Fever!" (Jann of the Jungle) 6 p. in Astonishing
   Tales, no. 14 (Oct. 1972) -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3A8no.14
   Millennium Fever / Nick Abadzis and Duncan Fegredo. -- New
   York : DC Comics, 1995- . -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Vertigo) -- Complete in 4 numbers. -- "Suggested for
   mature readers". -- Genre: Horror. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-4.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.6.D3M48 1995
   "Murder is On the Air" (Bulletman, the Flying Detective) p.
   21-30 in Bulletman, no. 12 (Feb. 1943) -- The killer uses
   "a device doctors use to create artificial fever -- it can
   send out short waves of such intense frequency that they
   kill anything."
   I. Bulletman. k. Microwaves. k. Artificial Fever. k. Fever.
   k. On The Air. Call no.: Film 15791r.179
   "It's the Purple Death-Fever!"* (Modesty Blaise, 9746) / by
   Peter O'Donnell. -- Summary: Giles greets Rudy and Klem. --
   Printed in the Detroit Free Press, Apr. 21, 2000. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fevers"
   "Okay, Don't Take My Word For It"* (Shirley and Son, Sept.
   17, 2001) / Bittle. -- Summary: The son says he better stay
   home from school because he has a fever, and Shirley goes
   to get the thermometer. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "fevers"
   "Parrot Fever"* (Greasemonkey Griffin) / by Kip Beales ;
   art, Alex Blum. 6 p. in Wings Comics, no. 63 (Nov. 1945).
   -- Data from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5W5no.63
   Pussycat Fever / Kathy Acker ; illustrated by Diane DiMassa
   and Freddie Baer. -- Edinburgh : AK Press, 1995. -- 75 p. :
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- Erotic stories. -- Call no.:
   PS3551.C44P873 1995
   Simpson Fever! : an unofficial fact and quiz book / Jeff
   Rovin. -- New York : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1990. -- 124
   p. ; 18 cm.
   1. The Simpsons--Miscellanea. I. Rovin, Jeff. II. St.
   Martin's Paperbacks. k. Quizzes. k. Fever. Call no.:
   PN1992.77.S54R6 1990
   "Spring Fever" / by Trillo and Risso. p. 82-89 in Heavy
   Metal, v. 24, no. 2 (May 2000). -- Call no.:
   "Spring Fever" (Archie) / Sahle & Ginger. 6 p. in Archie
   Comics, no. 4 (Sept./Oct. 1943). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A7A7m no.4
   Swamp Fever. -- New Orleans, La. : Big Muddy Comics, 1972.
   -- 32 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. -- Contents: "Split! Splat!" 13 p.
   ; "Actual Sans-scrit Document"* 7 p. ; "The Real Dope on
   Drugs" 7 p. ; "Indian Burial Mound" 6 p. -- Underground
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.B53S9 1972
   "Thundering Terror!" / art by John Severin ; script by
   Clark Dimond & Terry Bisson. p. 13-18 in Creepy, no. 17
   (Oct. 1967). -- "A tale of a hunter gripped by killing
   fever and driven into a quest that spans the years, into
   the unknown." -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.17
   Trout Fever : Cartoons from the Liar's Lair / by Bruce
   Cochran. -- Minocqua, WI : Willow Creek Press, 1993. -- 96
   p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Cartoons about fishing, and fly
   fishing. -- Call no.: NC1429.C619T7 1993
   "Tuvo Fiebre Hoy"* (Garfield, Oct. 5, 1999) / Jim Davis. --
   Summary: Jon asks the waitress at the diner how the chicken
   is, and she says it hasn't been well. -- From Listín Diario
   (Dominican Republic), Jan. 23, 2000. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "fevers"
   "Wren is in Bed with Wanda so Wanda can Monitor Her Fever"*
   (Baby Blues, Aug. 7, 2004) / Kirkman & Scott. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "fever"
Fever Dreams. -- Milwaukee : Kitchen Sink Enterprises, 1972- .
   -- ill. ; 25 cm. -- By Richard Corben, John Richardson and
   Jan Strnad. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1.
   1. Underground comic books, strips, etc. I. Corben,
   Richard. II. Richardson, John Adkins. III. Strnad, Jan.
   Call no.: PN6728.45.K5F43
Fever Dreams, no. 1 (July 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Unicorn Quest" 16 p. -- "To Meet the Faces
   You Meet" 16 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.K5F43no.1
Fever Dreams--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 56, 107, 205) in A History of Underground
   Comics / by Mark James Estren. 3rd ed. (Berkeley, Calif. :
   Ronin, 1993). Call no.: PN6725.E75 1993

Fever in Urbicand

Fever in Urbicand / Schuiten and Peeters ; translation by Elizabeth Bell and Randy & J.M Lofficier ; translation of introduction by Michael Koch. -- New York : Nantier, Beall, Minoustchine, 1990. -- 94 p. : ill. ; 31 cm. -- (Stories of the Fantastic ; 3) (Cities of the Fantastic) -- Translation of: Les Cités Obscures 2: La Fièvre d'Urbicande. -- Serialized in English in Cheval Noir, 1989-1990. -- Call no.: PN6747.S35F513 1990

Notes: Front matter includes biographical paragraphs on Schuiten and Peeters. Although the series given on the cover is "Stories of the Fantastic," on the title page it appears as "Cities of the Fantastic." The English-language publishers have used the more broadly scoped series title to include not only the architecturally oriented Schuiten-Peeters work, but other fantasy works as well.

Chapter 1: p. 15-25 -- Summary: Eugen Robick is an "urbatect," who has been building Urbicand, a city based architecturally on principles of symmetry. Workers at one of his sites unearth a small but indestructible cube and bring it to Robick's office. He thinks nothing of it, and refuses when they ask him to return with them and see where it came from. Eugen's old friend Thomas brings the bad news that the Commission has voted down the plan for a third bridge across the river that separates the two halves of the city. Eugen is angry about this, since symmetry demands the third bridge, and he snaps at Thomas about playing with the cube. Thomas puts the cube back down on Eugen's desk, resting partly on a book so that it is tilted, and the two go to the Commission together to appeal the decision. Eugen is told by the Commission that there are political and security issues that transcend aesthetics. It is difficult enough, in other words, to prevent people from crossing the two bridges that already exist. When Eugen returns to his office, the cube seems to be growing little buds on its corners.

Chapter 2: p. 27-35 -- Summary: The next morning, the cube on Eugen Robick's desk has grown extensions on its corners, and is so bonded to the desk and the book that it will not move. Eugen goes to Thomas's office to talk about the third bridge again, and mentions the growth of the cube. Thomas grows excited and insists on returning to Eugen's office to see the cube, which in a few hours has grown into a small network of cubes dominating the desk. Now fascinated as well, Eugen spends the night in amazement, calculating the size and rate of growth and projecting the future of the phenomenon, which he decides to call "Robick's Network."

Chapter 3: p. 37-51 -- Summary: Eugen Robick falls asleep in his office, and wakes to find himself imprisoned in a network that fills the room. Not only that, but one of the bars goes right through his arm. There is no pain, but he is sure that trying to free himself would cause injury. After three hours, the network grows enough so that his arm is released and he can climb out. Once outside, he sees that the network extends beyond his building into the house next door. The neighbor, whose name is Sophie, asks him about this exporting of his invention, and he tries to tell her that he has nothing to do with it. The next day Thomas is angry when he sees the scope of the network, predicting that this aesthetic monstrosity will destroy the social fabric and bring anarchy. Robick goes to the Academy to tell the scientists what he knows, and when they hear talk about "indestructible self-generating material" they shout at him, and he leaves. The Academy sends workmen to wall in the network, but it ignores their walls. Meanwhile the population has become interested and stands about waiting for something to happen. People start asking Robick for advice, and a preacher calls it divine punishment and advises repentance. Sophie, the neighbor, starts a movement to support him.

Chapter 4: p. 53-67 -- Summary: Sophie's support movement gathers power, and she asks Eugen Robick to run for commissioner in an election. The same day Eugen is arrested and imprisoned without explanation. The network is expanding to a degree that all can see it will soon bridge the river and security will not be able to restrict crossings. The Commission brings in a large cannon and fires it at the network. The network is unmoved, though the cannonball does a lot of damage to city buildings as it bounces around among the bars. A demonstration outside the prison demands Robick's release, and the authorities release him. When he gets out he realizes that the growth of the network itself has released all the other prisoners. He addresses the crowd, saying that the phenomenon will run its course and not to worry. Sophie is disappointed that he can't give them a little something more. The river is soon bridged, and the whole city covered, and people begin crossing the river. Suddenly and as mysteriously as ever, the growth of the network stops. Sophie asks Eugen to go with her to visit the North Bank. They find beauty, and squalor, and old buildings, and quite a different culture. It is an area where the urbatech's renewal plans have not been put into effect. The people of the two halves of the city are almost completely ignorant of each other's lives and ways.

Chapter 5: p. 69-79 -- Summary: It was only a month between the time the cube was placed on Eugen Robick's desk, and the time the network stopped growing. Soon people are getting acquainted with people across the river, and even trading apartments. The Commission resigns, and only Eugen's old friend Thomas remains preaching the evils and dangers of the network. Sophie campaigns to have Eugen elected head of the whole city. People begin using and decorating the bars of the network, even putting buildings on it and handrails for safer passage across the river. Eugen walks out away from the city, and discovers that the network forms a perfect pyramid, though tilted because of the way that Thomas had left it on his desk months ago. People begin claiming parts of the network and charging tolls for passage. Others hang large canvases and plant gardens, which cast lower neighborhoods into darkness. Eugen decides to map the whole thing, making a plan that shows exactly how each bar penetrates the city. Winter comes, and the bars become slippery and dangerous.

Chapter 6: p. 81-94 -- Summary: The inaccessibility of the network over the winter shows people how important it has become to their lives. When Spring arrives, people start building elevators and trains on it. Then, in an instant, the network starts to grow again, and everything that has been attached to it is destroyed. Many people are killed, and looting and anarchy begin. The growth is more rapid than before, and soon most buildings are no longer penetrated. Indeed, in a few weeks the network has grown so large that only a few giant bars can be seen with the naked eye, and the rest of it has become astronomical in proportion. Things settle down, reconstruction begins, and nostalgia for the network sets in. Finally Thomas comes to Eugen and asks him to rebuild the network. Eugen says it can't be done, but gives them his map. The Commission begins without him, hanging steel girders in an effort to recapture the effect. In the privacy of his office, Eugen takes another approach, trying to understand how it began so that he can reinitiate with another cube.

These summaries are from European Comics in English Translation (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Company, 2002). Used with permission.


"Fever in Urbicand" / selected by Robert Rodi. p. 50 in The Comics Journal, no. 200 (Dec. 1997) -- Reviews the story by Belgians François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters. Part of a section called "Read this Comic" which includes review recommendations by 37 contributing writers. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.200

Serialization in English:
  • "Fever in Urbicand (1)" / by Schuiten ; lettering by Rachael Rodrigo. p. 14-24 in Cheval Noir, no. 1 (Aug. 1989). -- Begins with a summary of François Schuiten's career. -- Call no.: PN6720.C47no.1
  • "Fever in Urbicand (2)" / by Schuiten & Peeters ; lettering by Rachael Rodrigo. p. 9-17 in Cheval Noir, no. 2 (Oct. 1989). -- Call no.: PN6720.C47no.2
  • "Fever in Urbicand (3)" / by Schuiten & Peeters ; lettering by Rachael Rodrigo. p. 4-19 in Cheval Noir, no. 3 (Nov. 1989). -- Call no.: PN6720.C47no.3
  • "Fever in Urbicand (4)" / by Schuiten & Peeters ; lettering by Rachael Rodrigo. p. 31-45 in Cheval Noir, no. 4 (Feb. 1990). -- Call no.: PN6720.C47no.4
  • "Fever in Urbicand (5)" / by Schuiten & Peeters ; lettering by Rachael Rodrigo. p. 13-23 in Cheval Noir, no. 5 (Mar. 1990). -- Call no.: PN6720.C47no.5
  • "Fever in Urbicand (6)" / by Schuiten & Peeters ; lettering by Rachael Rodrigo. p. 33-56 in Cheval Noir, no. 6 (Apr. 1990). -- Final episode. -- Call no.: PN6720.C47no.6
Fever Pitch. -- Irving, TX : Jabberwocky Graphix, 1978- . --
   ill. ; 29 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Spring 1978), cf.
   Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 5-7 (1982-1985)
   1. Erotic comic books, strips, etc. Call no.:
Fever Pitch.
   The Best of Fever Pitch. -- Irving, TX : Jabberwocky
   Graphix, 1990. -- ca. 100 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "Volume
   one". -- By Brad W. Foster and others. -- Erotic genre. --
   Call no.: PN6726.B357 1990
The Feverish Drunken Hillbilly.
   "From Rags to Riches" (Cornhole Joe, the Feverish Drunken
   Hillbilly) / by Todd Ramsell. p. 72 in Heavy Metal, v. 19,
   no. 2 (May 1995) -- (Striptease) -- Call no.:
Feverish Study.
   "Nightmare of Doom!" 7 p. in Chamber of Chills Magazine,
   no. 15 (Jan. 1953). -- "Late one evening, in the Farnley
   Experimental Laboratories, two bacteriologists are
   feverishly engaged in studying a rare and malignant species
   of bacteria!" -- Call no.: PN6728.2.H33C45no.15
   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
   Spegelns Ansikte : kvinnoserier från Frankrike och Italien
   / av Cecilia, Cestac, Claveloux, Clodine, Fèvre, Garaude,
   Garnot, Keleck, Le Rochais, Montellier ; svensk text,
   Ann-Katrin Berglund ; textning, Johan Andreasson. --
   Stockholm : Medusa, 1982. -- 64 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. --
   Collected from Ah! Nana, no. 1-9 (1978-1978); foreword by
   Horst Schröder. -- Genre: Women's. -- Call no.: PN6720.S55
Février, James G.
   Index entry (p. 12) in Histoire de la Bande Dessinée /
   Gérard Blanchard. Nouv. éd. (Verviers : Marabout, 1974).
   Call no.: PN6710.B58 1974
"A Few Bars of Jimi Hendrix"* (Fat Freddy's Cat ; 173) 1 p. in
   The Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat, no. 4 (1978) / by
   Gilbert Shelton. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5A3bk.4 1978
"A Few Bars of Jimi Hendrix"* (Fat Freddy's Cat) 1/2 p. in The
   Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat, no. 4 (1988) / by Gilbert
   Shelton. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5A3no.4 1988
"A Few Beaters" / John L. Slaughter. p. 76 in Comic Book
   Marketplace, v. 2, no. 72 (Oct. 1999). -- (Marketplace
   Mail) -- Letter from "that handicapped guy" asking for
   donated comic books to read. -- Call no.:
A Few Flowers for the Colonel.
   Modesty Blaise : The Moon Man ; A Few Flowers for the
   Colonel ; The Balloonatic / by Peter O'Donnell and Neville
   Colvin. -- Park Forest, Ill. : K. Pierce, 1985. -- 72 p. :
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- (First American Edition Series) -- "Sixth
   in a series."
   1. Spy comics. I. O'Donnell, Peter. II. Colvin, Neville.
   III. The Moon Man. IV. A Few Flowers for the Colonel. V.
   The Balloonatic. VI. Series. a. British comics. Call no.:
   PN6738.M6M6 1985
"A Few Hosses Missing in Coconino County"* (The Family
   Upstairs, 1911) / George Herriman. p. 90 in The Comic Strip
   Century (Kitchen Sink Press, 1995). -- Includes a tier of
   Krazy Kat at the bottom. -- Call no.: PN6726.C595 1995v.1
A Few Little Chuckles.
   "Stay Tooned : A Few Little Chuckles" / Robin Bernstein. p.
   46 in The Washington Blade, v. 25, no. 7 (Feb. 18, 1994).
   -- Review of Rhonda Dicksion's second book, Stay Tooned. --
   Call no.: oversize HQ75.G2634v.25no.7
"A Few Minor Corrections" / Guy Miles Budziak. p. 78 in Comic
   Book Marketplace, no. 17 (Sept. 1992). -- (Marketplace
   Mail) -- Letter correcting the writer's article in Comic
   Book Marketplace, no. 16. -- Call no.: PN6714.C632no.17
"Few New Magazines Ever Had Such A Welcome" / by George J.
   Hecht. 1 p. in True Comics, no. 2 (June 1941) -- Includes
   photo of Shirley Temple "looking over advance proofs."
   1. True Comics. 2. Temple, Shirley, 1928- I. Hecht, George
   J. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.2
"A Few Notes on the Developing Aesthetic" / Tom Spurgeon. p.
   9-12 in The Comics Journal, no. 200 (Dec. 1997) -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.200
"A Few Nuns" / Gary Bowen. p. 72 in Comic Book Marketplace,
   no. 17 (Sept. 1992). -- (Marketplace Mail) -- Letter on
   smuggling Mad into school. -- Call no.: PN6714.C632no.17
A Few Origins of the Direct Sales Market : Excerpts from Comic
   Book Store Wars, the First Hundred Years / by Robert
   Beerbohm. -- Copyright 1995. -- Rev. ashcan 2nd printing.
   -- 32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Call no.: PN6725.B373 F4 1995
"A Few Overzealous Bidders?" / Steve A. Carey. p. 74-76 in
   Comic Book Marketplace, v. 2, no. 59 (May 1998). --
   (Marketplace Mail) -- Letter on EC Comics prices. -- Call
   no.: PN6714.C632v.2no.59
"A Few Pieces of Their Best China and the Gold Fish"* (The
   Gumps, 1917) / Sidney Smith. p. 70 in The Smithsonian
   Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and
   Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution
   Press, 1977). -- Second in a sequence of seven. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.S6 1977
"A Few Recent Classics" / Dale Luciano. p. 39-41 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 108 (May 1986) -- Reviews of Dead Stories,
   Bright Ideas, and The Survivors. -- Data from Pete Coogan.
   -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.108
"A Few Scattered Thoughts on 200 Issues (or 174 to be exact)
   of The Comics Journal" (Editorial) / Gary Groth. p. 3-7 in
   The Comics Journal, no. 200 (Dec. 1997) -- Call no.:
"A Few Seconds to Think"* (Gyro Gearloose) 4 p. in Walt
   Disney's Uncle Scrooge, no. 14 (June/Aug. 1956). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.D4U5no.14
"The Few, the Proud, the Journal Interns" (Newswatch) p. 21 in
   The Comics Journal, no. 159 (May 1993)
   k. Comics Journal internships. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.159
Few Words.
   "Who's He?"* (Freckles and His Friends, Aug. 31, 1960) /
   Merrill Blosser. p. 12 in The National Cartoonists Society
   Album 1965 ed. -- Summary: New neighbor Nila Dotkins is a
   girl of few words, but she immediately wants June to
   introduce her to Freckles. -- Call no.: NC1300.N3 1965
"A Few Words from Roy Thomas" p. 29 (Comics Journal #42
   October 1978) (Letter) -- Data from Pete Coogan.
   I. Thomas, Roy. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.42
"A Few Words of Praise are in Order at This Time"* (Smitty,
   May 24, 1952) / Berndt. -- Summary: The principal is about
   to make a speech thanking Smitty for watering a tree, when
   a songbird interrupts with more appropriate thanks. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "praise"
"A Few Years Ago My Dad Could've Decked Yours!"* (Dennis the
   Menace, Aug. 30, 2003) / Hamilton. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "fathers"
"Fewer Chewers" (Powerhouse Pepper) / by Basil Bicuspid
   Wolverton. p. 70-77 in Cartoon Parade, v. 1, no. 11 (May
   1962). -- Call no.: AP101.C32v.1no.11
   Kimber, Prince of the Feylons. -- Knoxville, TN : Castle
   Graphics, 1991- . -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- Fantasy. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.C325K5
Feynman, Arline.
   "Arline" / by David Lasky. p. 45-61 in Two-Fisted Science :
   Stories about Scientists / written by Jim Ottaviani
   (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- About Richard Feynman
   and his wife Arline. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997

Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988

Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "Arline" / by David Lasky. p. 45-61 in Two-Fisted Science :
   Stories about Scientists / written by Jim Ottaviani
   (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- About Richard Feynman
   and his wife Arline. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "CERN" / by Mark Badger. p. 69-74 in Two-Fisted Science :
   Stories about Scientists / written by Jim Ottaviani
   (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- About a visit by
   Richard Feynman to the European particle accelerator in
   Geneva. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "Either You Open It Or You Don't" (Safecracker, part 2) /
   by Bernie Mireault. p. 63-68 in Two-Fisted Science :
   Stories about Scientists / written by Jim Ottaviani
   (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- About Richard Feynman.
   -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "Feynman Lectures on Physics" / by Rob Walton. p. 41-44 in
   Two-Fisted Science : Stories about Scientists / written by
   Jim Ottaviani (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "Most of the Good Stuff" / by Scott Saavedra. p. 77-82 in
   Two-Fisted Science : Stories about Scientists / written by
   Jim Ottaviani (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- About
   Richard Feynman, and facing death. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85
   T9 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "Tickling the Dragon's Tail" (Safecracker, part 3) / by
   Bernie Mireault. p. 84-96 in Two-Fisted Science : Stories
   about Scientists / written by Jim Ottaviani (General
   Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- About critical mass, and Richard
   Feynman opening safes and filing cabinets at Los Alamos. --
   Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   Two-Fisted Science : Safecracker / written by Jim
   Ottaviani. -- General Tektronics Labs, 1997. -- 32 p. :
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- About Richard P. Feynman. Art by Bernie
   Mireault. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85T88 1997
Feynman, Richard, 1918-1988.
   "A Very Good Scheme" (Safecracker, part 1) / by Bernie
   Mireault. p. 25-35 in Two-Fisted Science : Stories about
   Scientists / written by Jim Ottaviani (General Tektronics
   Labs, 1997). -- About Richard Feynman, and his method of
   safecracking. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
"Feynman Lectures on Physics" / by Rob Walton. p. 41-44 in
   Two-Fisted Science : Stories about Scientists / written by
   Jim Ottaviani (General Tektronics Labs, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
   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 "fez"
   "It's Amazing How Much Human Emotion Can Be Packed Into
   Such Unassuming Headgear!"* (Zippy, Dec. 3, 1993) / Griffy.
   -- Summary: Akbar and Jeff have sneaked into the strip and
   put fezes on the heads of Zippy and Griffy. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Groening"
   "Two Gay Dorks in Fezzes" / by Cruse. p. 40 in Gay Comix,
   no. 14 (Winter 1991) -- Parody of Akbar and Jeff.
   I. Cruse, Howard. k. Gay Dorks in Fezzes. k. Dorks in
   Fezzes. k. Fezzes. k. Akbar and Jeff. k. Life in Hell. Call
   no.: PN6728.45.K5G3no.14
Ffantasy Ffactory : file of clippings and advertising
   material. -- 1 portfolio : ill. ; 25 x 38 cm. -- Collected
   at Michigan State University in the Russel B. Nye Popular
   Culture Collection's Popular Culture Vertical File (PCVF).
   1. Publication and distribution of comics.
Ffolkes, Michael.
   Index entry (p. 21, 106, 202, 211, 230) in Animals,
   Animals, Animals : a collection of great animal cartoons
   (New York : Harper & Row, 1979) -- Call no.: NC1426.A5 1979
Ffolkes, Michael.
   Index entry (p. 186-189) in The Classic Cartoons (Cleveland
   : World, 1966). -- Call no.: NC1320.C56
Ffolkes, Michael.
   Index entry (p. 122) in The World Encyclopedia of Cartoons,
   ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit : Gale Research, 1980).
   Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
Fforbes-Cretin, Harpy.
   "She's Top Bitch" / by Carolyn Ridsdale. p. 31-34 in Women
   Out of Line (London : Carol Bennett, 1997) -- Summary: The
   daughter of Harpy Fforbes-Cretin, publisher of women's
   magazines, is kidnapped by the terrorist Women's
   Provisional Army. -- Call no.: PN6736.W6 1997
"Ffuck Kompany" / autor: Z. Pahek. p. 60-62 in Heavy Metal, v.
   21, no. 6 (Jan. 1998) -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.21no.6
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