1. Mickhael Salim
2. Hey Skinny, Great Advertisement form the golden age of comic books. By Milles beller and jerry Leibowitz. is about advertisement’s in the 1940’s and 1950’s. All the cool advertisements from back in the day the list goes on from Gun advertisements, Miniature monkey, fire works, cigarettes, neck-ties that glow in the dark. All sorts of really awesome advertisements from the 1940s and 19’50’s and how items were advertised differently then today. The comic book does not have any specific characters, the book had random people in the advertisement and cartoons also.
3. The book Hey Skinny, Great Advertisement form the golden age of comic books. By Milles beller and jerry Leibowitz. The comic book show chases amazing color, every page full of words, very colorful and really great images from back in the day and how they looked it that time great job and also Different colors, a combination of black and white and then the next page would have color I found that to very interesting. Every single page of this comic book, had different pictures, lines, shapes, wording. Nothing was the same on any page want it came to these types of things. Overall great job.
4. I believe these authors wrote this comic book, to be funny. Most importantly to show people how things were back in the the day in the 1940’s and 1950’s. How everything was really cheap and also how they advertised things back then and its a entirely different ball game now. Also to bring back old memories for the older crowds and maybe to bring back child hood memories. This really deserves a lot of credit and people should really see how things were advertised back in the day and how they are advertised now. How the technology has really changed. Just to see how much everything was so cheap and the prices for the same product has increased so much is really interesting. For example the fire works a bundle pack was 5 bucks and now a bundle pack is no less then 30 bucks.
5. To be honest, this book has a of strength’s. Without these advertisements leading us into the future we would have never had what we have today. So lets thank the people that made these advertisements. I feel people don’t care enough to see that, and that are advertisements from today came from outer space, no people they came from the people before are time that worked on great advertisements that lead us into what we have today. Besides that I have never seen, advertisement’s from back in the day, they are really cool and I enjoyed see them all. These book has nothing but positive messages behind it. My first reaction to this book was that, I love the advertisement’s and how they were so funny and full of pictures. Also These kind of advertisements made are future of advertisements what they are today.
6. This book really did not have any weakness. I really like how things were advertised back in the day very colorful and really cheap prices and very funny images. It was really cool to see how things were advertised back in the day and the authors really showed that. The comic book is really cool, you get to see original copy’s of work that was posted in the 1940’s and 19’50s. That’s a winning book in my opinion, great book.
7. Hey Skinny, Great Advertisement form the golden age of comic books. This book is for the older crowd. People that are in their 60’s and 70’s. To bring back old memories that they used to share with their families and also they can see how the times have changed from when they were kids and how time is different. Just for the simple fact that how life has changed and reminiscing old memories that they used to have.
8. Milles Beller published a book by the name of, Set in the 1939-1940 New York World’s Fair, “Dream of Venus (or Living Pictures)”, “is a speculative history reanimating the last great international fair this world would ever know. Meshing actualities with invention, it renders a future past that is nostalgic and predictive, an account of hope and longing at the onset of World War II. Focusing on Zeke Lichtenquist”. Also “American Datelines: Major News Stories from Colonial Times to the Present.Capturing history as it unfolded, American Datelines reveals the courage, hope, and grit of the American experience as chronicled in the headlines of the nation’s public press from the earliest issue of The Boston News-Letter to major newspapers of today. The original articles in this compelling collection are arranged chronologically and appear as they were first published”. I did not see any books, for jerry Leibowitz all I saw was the book he did with Milles Beller.
9. This book received, a 5/5. I really enjoyed reading this comic book and just to see how things were back in the day and how they are now is really mind blowing and how far advertising has really come. The pictures were great very colorful and a mixture of black and white with the pictures also. The wording was very cool. Most of the advertisements were in big black bold letters which was really cool and also just how things were really cheap. Overall a really good comic book.