Comics, cartoons, animation art
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Cartoon Toys & Collectibles: Identification and Value Guide
by David Longest
This 1998 publication features over 800 full color photos along with estimated values for every item. Disney, Warner Brothers, and Hanna-Barbera, among others are showcased with a complete history of each major category and useful collecting information and resources.
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The Animated Film Collector's Guide: Worldwide Sources for Cartoons on Videotape and Laserdisc
by David Kilmer
Lists nearly 3,000 animated films and their video sources, including telephone and fax numbers and postal and e-mail addresses. Included are many hard-to-find films, and over 200 films that have won major prizes at animation festivals and/ or placed on animation polls.
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Sotheby's Guide to Animation Art
by Christopher Finch, Linda Rosenkrantz
This is an excellent guide for the beginning collector. Tells you everything you need to know from what to look for in animation art to starting and building a collection, to caring for your collectibles. Also covers the history of animation including Disney, Warner Brothers, MGM and other studios as well as TV animation. Lists sources and resources.
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by Chip Kidd, Geoff Spear
When Batman got his own television series in 1966, Batman kitsch exploded. From little Caped Crusader suits and toy Batmobiles, to Batman kiddie blankets, Batman nursery wallpaper, to plastic Batman combs, pogo sticks and tortilla chips. With loving attention, the authors have collected and photographed vast quantities of Batman kitsch and put it all together in a catalog of shameless pop culture.
Collector's Guide to Cartoon and Promotional Drinking Glasses
by John Hervey
Covers over 3,000 collectible glasses. Glasses featuring Walt Disney characters, Hanna Barbera characters, Batman, Dick Tracy, Holly Hobbie, and sports figures are only a sample of what's in this guide. With distributors as renowned as Pepsi, McDonalds, and Coca-Cola, these collectibles were everywhere!
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2000 Comic Book Checklist and Price Guide
by Maggie Thompson, Brent Frankenhoff
The authors capture the leading edge of the comics industry with pricing from 1961 (Silver Age) to the present. Independent releases and hard-to-find editions, plus all the regular releases are covered in detail. 300 photos.
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The Mickey Mouse Watch: From the Beginning of Time
by Robert Heide, John Gilman, John Heide, Robert Gilman
From the original Mickey Mouse watch of 1933 to the myriad of choices available today, here are fun facts and celebrity anecdotes for thousands of collectible watches featuring the world's most famous rodent. 100 color photos.
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