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Author: Jim Davis
ISBN: 0340364602
Subcategory: Humor
Pages 128 pages
Publisher Hodder Children's Books; New Ed edition (1985)
Language English
Category: Humor
Rating: 4.6
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eBook The Garfield Treasury download

by Jim Davis


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Garfield in 100% color. What could please Garfield fans more than this special collection of the best of Garfield's Sunday comic excursions?

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. What could please Garfield fans more than this special collection of the best of Garfield's Sunday comic excursions? Whether he's taking a bath. Garfield Treasury has been added to your Cart.

Jim Davis was born on July 28, 1945, in Marion, Indiana

Ships from and sold by Omega Books and More In. .Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Jim Davis was born on July 28, 1945, in Marion, Indiana. He later attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he distinguished himself by earning one of the lowest cumulative grade point averages in the history of the university. The Garfield strip was born on June 19, 1978, syndicated in forty-one .

The Second Garfield Treasury" is a collection of Sunday comic strips from July 1980 through August 1982. Jim Davis is a hillarious man and I hope he won't stop making Garfield books. In this collection you will see the evolution of the drawing of the characters into what we see today. I have all 35 garfield books and am waiting for the 36th to come out. I recomened this book to all Garfield lovers. 3 people found this helpful.

Jim Davis, 1947 Jim Davis was born July 28, 1945 in Marion, Indiana, and raised on a small farm with his . Davis says Garfield is a composite of all the cats he remembered from his childhood, rolled into one feisty orange fur ball.

Jim Davis, 1947 Jim Davis was born July 28, 1945 in Marion, Indiana, and raised on a small farm with his parents, James and Betty Davis, and his younger brother, Dave (Doc). As a child, he suffered serious bouts with asthma and was often bedridden. Garfield was named after his grandfather, James Garfield Davis. Garfield first appeared in June 19, 1978 The strip debuted on June 19, 1978 in 41 .

Book in the Garfield Treasuries Series). Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. I laughed a lot throughout The Ninth Garfield Treasury, but I wasn't completely satisfied with my purchase.

James Robert Davis (born July 28, 1945) is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the comic strips Garfield and . Published since 1978, Garfield is one of the world's most widely syndicated comic strips. Davis's other comics work includes Tumbleweeds, Gnorm Gnat and Mr. Potato Head. Davis wrote or co-wrote all of the Garfield TV specials for CBS, originally broadcast between 1982 and 1991.

Garfield Treasury III book. James Robert "Jim" Davis is an American cartoonist who created the popular comic strip Garfield. America's funniest feline appears in this collection from the. Other comics that he has worked on are Tumbleweeds, Gnorm Gnat, Slapstick, and a strip about Mr. Jim Davis was born in Fairmount, Indiana, near Marion, where he grew up on a small farm with his father James William Davis, mother Anna Catherine (Carter) Davis, brother Dave, and 25 cats.

Garfield Treasury,The. Garfield (Unnumbered). By (author) Jim Davis. Incidentally, a fellow classmate named David Letterman earned the other). Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

James Robert "Jim" Davis (born July 28, 1945) is the creator of the comic strip Garfield. As a cartoonist, he has also worked on Tumbleweeds (as an assistant to Tom Ryan), Gnorm Gnat, . Acres (Orson's Farm outside the United States), and Mr. He is the writer of all the CBS television specials and the direct-to-video movies, as well as a producer/executive producer for Garfield and Friends, the DTV movies, and The Garfield Show. He will be an executive producer for an upcoming film.

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CopamHuk
who doesn't love Garfield
Mr.Death
Just perfect
Bedy
my son loves Garfield as I did when I was a kid. He was quite happy when he unwrapped this gift. arrived in perfect condition, very satisfied with purchase!
Brightcaster
excellant
Tygrarad
Certainly, Garfield has evolved over the years into something else. Today, Garfield walks on two legs, isn't even close to how fat he was then (he just has a little gut) and is much meaner to everyone around him. Here, in his very first strips, he's got about six chins, is mean, but still sweet to his owner, less cynical, more cute, and just plain more heartwarming.
Garfield the cat was born in Mama Lioni's Italian Restaraunt, where he showed an instant love for pasta, and, most of all..... LASAGNA! The owner was doing bad bussiness because of his lack of food, and so he sold Garfield to a pet store, where a yound man by the name of Jon Arbuckle walked in and took the kitten (the BIG kitten) home with him. Since then, Garfield has been making us laugh for twenty-four years (so far) but I still don't think he's as good as he was in the beggining, here. This is were all the characters are introduced. Jon, Lyman, idiot dog Odie, and Garfield. In this book he looks like a completely different character. He even walks on four legs, like a real cat. Here he's got more of a attitude of a creature new to the world. He explores the fun of sharpening his claws on the drapes, sharpening his claws on the chair, and eating, sleeping, and kicking Odie off the kitchen table (poor, clueless Odie, he'll never learn). Jon, Odie, and all of the other characters have changed, as well. Odie used to have black ears (although at the end of this book, his ears are brown) and Jon looks less geeky.
The best thing about this book is the color. Bright and vibrant, it's nice to see Garfield as he originally was. The color in the book isn't as good looking as it would later become (see: The Tenth Garfield Treasury) but it's cute.
garfield may be more recognized as he is today, but I've always felt that his older comics are his best. Garfield Treasury is a must buy and keep for all fans of the fat cat. Highley recommended.
Onath
Review of Jim Davis' The Garfield Treasury
I enjoyed this treasury, which is based on the Sunday comic strip about a cat named Garfield, his owner, Jon Arbuckle, and their house companions, Lyman and his dog Odie. Garfield is a most lovable cat most of the time. He has his problems, one of them being that it wasn't his idea for Odie to move in. Of course, Garfield's owner gets frustrated with him sometimes, but I believe that happens between sentient beings all the time in real life. Garfield likes sleeping in, eating, and generally getting into mischief. He seems to enjoy eating human food more than his own. I think most cats are like that. Mine, at least, seem to enjoy certain kinds of human food, especially fish and cheese. In one of the page-long comic strip vignettes it's made clear that, like me, Garfield has problems with people hurting each other during times of conflict, stealing from each other, and not having a great deal of pride in their homes and neighborhoods, among other things. If you want to read a cat story, but don't have a great deal of time, this is the book for you! After reading this treasury the first time, I wanted more of them. And more came out! Each time a new treasury has come out, I've made sure to buy a copy. If you like Garfield the cat, you will, too.
Sharpbrew
In 1978, United Feature Syndicate gave the go ahead to Jim Davis to do a cartoon strip about a fat, lazy cat who would rather eat and sleep than do just about anything else. Now, 25 years later, this cat would still rather eat and sleep than do just about anything else. At least some things in this world never change.
Garfield has been making grown-ups and children laugh for almost 25 years. This comic strip is one of the most widely distributed comic strips in the world. And in this book, "The 1st Garfield Treasury" you can see how it all began.
The Garfield of today does not much resemble the Garfield of 1978, looks wise that is. I had forgotten how different he looked back then. But his charm, or lack of it, is still there in all of its glory.
This book takes us through the first two years of Sunday comic strips, from 6/25/78 to 7/13/80. If you grew up with Garfield as a kid, and even if you did not, the "1st Garfield Treasury" will be a wonderful look back at how it all began.
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