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“A volume rich with historical anecdotes and informed commentary on

every era of comics history.―—A.V. Club“With its gorgeous full page

images of the comics and humorous descriptions of the heroes, each

second-stringer gets a few pages of glory.―—Boing Boing“Jon Morris

has compiled the histories and art of some of the strangest and most

unusual superheroes that ever saw print and collected them here for you.

Definitely check it out!―—Nerdist“This compendium of short-lived

superheroes (from actual comics) will thrill and amaze.―—Mental

Floss“A great idea, executed with adroit prose, attractive design and

painstaking production quality. . .  turning what could have been a

merely dutiful archive into a vibrant, living, expertly curated tour of

a long-neglected and seriously goofy facet of American cultural

history.―—NPRâ€s Monkey See “[A]n amusing collection of obscure

wonderments.―—Sci Fi magazine“Forgotten but not gone, cartoonist

and graphic designer Jon Morris has lovingly resurrected, wittily

chronicled, and copiously illustrated these idiosyncratic super-D-listers—more

than a hundred—for our enlightenment

and—mostly—amusement.―—PRINT magazine“[Morrisâ€s] wealth of

knowledge and whip-smart sense of humor add up to a book thatâ€s both

deeply informative and quite funny.―—Seattle Weekly  “This

excellent book would be a worthy addition to any comic fanâ€s

collection, be they the hardcore enthusiast or the more casual fan of

the superhero genre.―—ComicBook.com“This compilation is essential

reading both old and new fans who revel in the art of comic books. . .

This is a wealth of comic art and undeniable fun.―—The New York

Journal of Books Praise for national bestseller The Legion of

Regrettable Supervillains:“Fascinating.―—Entertainment Weekly “A

sequel to Morrisâ€s acclaimed The League of Regrettable Superheroes,

this quick-read volume is a chronological encyclopedia of the strangest

and silliest antagonists ever to appear in sequential art.―—VultureÂ

“In the realm of comic books, the undisputed guru of all things

ridiculous, forgotten, and regrettable is Jon Morris.―—VICE “[A]Â

delightfully fun rundown of more than 100 of pulp historyâ€s most

marvelous forgotten baddies.―—Parade“Full of gorgeous vintage comic

art and poignantly entertaining character entries.―—PRINT magazineÂ

Praise for The League of Regrettable Sidekicks:“A gorgeous

technicolor reference tome.―—Tor.com   “Entertaining, well-


written and researched. . . Highly recommended!―—My Comic Book Jon

Morris is a cartoonist and graphic designer and author of The League

of Regret­table Superheroes (Quirk, 2015), The Legion of Regrettable

Supervillains (Quirk, 2017), and The League of Regrettable SidekicksÂ

(Quirk, 2018). Since the late 1990s, heâ€s operated the blog Gone &

Forgotten, an irreverent in-depth look at the worst, the lowliest, and

the most unfortunate stories and characters comic books have ever

offered. See all Editorial Reviews

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