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Jerry Beck’s “The Hanna-Barbera Treasury”

November 25th, 2007

Jerry Beck gets involved with all the books we want. The latest (and the second this month) is The Hanna-Barbera Treasury which is a compendium of the coolest collectibles from the coolest years of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons (basically from the 50s till the early 70s). There are thousands of neato illustrations, so it’ll be a fine fine holiday gift for your favorite freaks.

I’m storyboard art obsessed, so The Jetsons storyboard scene they reproduce 2/3 size is one I liked best.

You helped me write the introduction, but the publisher proved itself as fulfilling expectations when they cut my last two lines.

“If I was compiling a book like this to collect those feelings, Jerry Beck would be my first ten choices to do it. Here’s hoping his publisher will send over a case of them to share with family and friends.”

I bought my own at Amazon.


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I started thumbing through this at the bookstore yesterday, when I went to get my copy of Not Just Cartoons: Nicktoons. Looks like I’ve got some more books to buy…


Avi, how is the book inside? All the book stores here have shrink wrap over the whole thing so you can’t open it…and I’m not one to judge a book by it’s cover.


It looked pretty nice to me, I didn’t really read anything, just glanced at the pictures. But if the Nicktoons book I got is any indication (also by Jerry Beck), it shouldn’t be bad.


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