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What more can be said about Ernie Bushmiller's Nancy? It is that it is: Nancy is Nancy is Nancy (and Sluggo, too, as evidenced by this volume's exegetical cover design, which serves to graphically enlighten us as to Bushmiller's essentialist credo). Apparently quite a bit, as Mark Newgarden and Paul Karasik have been laboring mightily for decades to complete what even then may not be the last word, the 240 page, How To Read Nancy (due out in 2015 [in theory; this one's been delayed so many times we've lost track]; for now, we direct readers to the short essay that started the whole thing). So, anyways, what we have here is another three full years of Nancy Dailies that flowed from the mind and pen of Mr. Ernie Bushmiller and into countless millions of newspapers throughout America (and, surely, elsewhere around the world, as well) during the years 1949, 1950 and 1951. This collection is preceded by an introduction by cartoonist, comics scholar and noted Nancyologist, Ivan Brunetti. Enjoy!