- ISBN 095881905X
- ISBN13 978-0958819053
- Author Murray Ball
- Publisher Orin Books (1987)
- Formats doc lrf lrf lit
- Category No category
- Size ePub 1813 kb
- Size Fb2 1695 kb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 678
Book in the Footrot Flats Series).
Book in the Footrot Flats Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780864640086. Release Date:January 1978.
Footrot Flats is a comic strip by New Zealand cartoonist Murray Ball. It ran from 1976 to 1994 in newspapers, though unpublished strips continued to appear in book form until 2000. Altogether there are 27 numbered books (collecting the newspaper strips, with additional material), a further 8 books collecting the Sunday newspaper strips, and 5 smaller 'pocket' books of original material, plus various related publications.
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Footrot Flats 3 book. Murray Ball put a lot of effort into writing and creating Footrot flats. 4 has many of his best cartoons and they still are fresh and funny
Footrot Flats 3 book. Comic Cartoons of rural New Zealand. 4 has many of his best cartoons and they still are fresh and funny. I really enjoy the quint life of the characters and how they can turn simple situations into comedy gems.
Murray Ball's Footrot Flats books showcased farm life in a most Kiwi way. Gisborne mayor Meng Foon also paid tribute Ball. Murray was a great friend of the Gisborne community and it is a very sad loss and we all give our condolences to his family and the Footrot Flats family.
The cover of Footrot Flats Three, released July 1980. Features the Dailies from 1977-78
The cover of Footrot Flats Three, released July 1980. Features the Dailies from 1977-78.
Murray Ball, the creator of iconic Kiwi comic Footrot Flats, has died aged .
Murray Ball, the creator of iconic Kiwi comic Footrot Flats, has died aged 78. A close friend of his, cartoonist Tom Scott, told Newshub Ball had been sick for some time before his death on Sunday. In his early years Ball worked for various newspapers and magazines, both in New Zealand and overseas. Footrot Flats, featuring Dog the sheepdog and owner Wal Footrot, became a hit after its inception in 1976. The series included newspaper strips, a feature films and books, which sold millions of copies.