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spotty writing
kinda weak art
historical bonus 2
total score 3
Noof Unnies
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REVIEW SCORE 6
Only Printing / 1971 / 36 pages / Kenneth P. Greene
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This self-published one-shot from Kenneth Greene is a fairly atrocious effort at a comic book. The comic follows a lazy, pot-smoking dog as he meanders through several scenarios that really don't go anywhere. The artwork is worse than what any decent high-school artist could achieve. There are a handful of amusing lines scattered through the book, but that's about it. The most clever thing about Noof Unnies is probably the title.
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:
It is currently unknown how many copies of this comic book were printed. It has not been reprinted. The indicia of this book states it was published in 1970, but there is a page in the book that Kenneth Greene indicates was drawn on "Jan 1, 1971 - to the music of Chuck Berry." I have no reason to doubt Greene's statement, so I am stating the publication date is 1971.
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COMIC CREATORS:
Kenneth Greene - 1-13, 14 (collaboration), 15-36
Walter Partz - 14 (collaboration)