Walt Kelly’s Peter Wheat comics are renowned for their humour, artistic flair and appeal to both children and adults.
Between 1948 and 1951, Kelly drew thirty-five issues of The Adventures of Peter Wheat, a sixteen page comic book given away to bakeries to promote Peter Wheat bread.
The stories were fairy tales starring Peter Wheat, an elf-sized boy who lived in a hollow tree on the edge of a wheat field where he and the Little Folk battle Dragonel, Queen of the Hornets, and later The Wizard.
Continuing in their reprint of the rare and never before collected Peter Wheat, Hermes Press’ Walt Kelly’s Peter Wheat the Complete Series: Volume Two picks up where Volume One left off, starting with issue #15 and continuing to issue #25!
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