|A retrospective celebration of the ominous, lovable, dark, and infinitely hilarious art of one of America's greatest cartoonists � and the gloriously spooky world he created.|
From 1932 until his death in 1988, Charles Addams contributed more than 1,300 cartoons to The New Yorker and other periodicals. This volume brings together 300 of the most wonderful of them all, as well as 24 of his 65 New Yorker cover paintings reproduced in full color.
The master at his heartwarming, hair-raising best.
With an introduction by Wilfrid Sheed