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The Acme Novelty Library (1993) - #18.5
ACME Novelty Library

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Cover Date: Winter 2007
Cover Price: US $ 32.00

Issue Tagline: Five Prints from The New Yorker

Format: Color; Other Comic-Related Media; 8 pages

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The Best American Comics (2006) #2008

A portfolio of Ware's cover art for the November 27, 2006 issue of The New Yorker. Features a new strip.

This is the "Lower East Side" edition. A more expensive limited "Upper East Side" edition of 175 signed copies exists. It features hardcover covers, and an unfolded folio.

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