What do you get when you combine an alphabet with the heads of odd persons? Well, LetterHeads is the latest heady volume by Stefan G. Bucher (whose last name means book in the Germanic tongue).
These dimensional characters are indeed characters. Designed for young and old, you can actually feel like you’re spending time with old friends and fiends. Bucher, who has created his share of funny monsters and satiric medals, has thrown his hat into the ahead of anyone else. Do yourself a favor: Avoid my puns and stick your neck out buying into his LetterHeads before supplies are cut off.
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