Most every strip in the book is tremendously exciting to read. More than that, each one-to-three-page story is unique, inspiring and intriguing. For instance, this one-pager by Sergio Aragones is really exciting to read. For one thing, it's a serious story -- imagine that from Aragones -- about a horrible massacre of college students by police before the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. Read Full Review
Overall, The Someday Funnies seems the perfect book for a number of different people. Those interested in the 1960s, the history of comics, the comics of the period of just comics or art or fiction in general. There is so much to take in from this book. The strips may be short, but they collectively cover so much that was important both then and now. Whether readers lived through the 60s or not, it was such an important time that its history and its comics should be read by all who are interested in any of the things mentioned above. Despite the couple of problems I had with The Someday Funnies it contains too much good and is too interesting for the problems to outweigh the many positives. Read Full Review
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