List of published collections of Doonesbury


List of published collections of Doonesbury

The first collections of Garry Trudeau’s comic strip Doonesbury were published in the early 1970s by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Annual collections of strips continue to the present day.

Annual collections

# "Still a Few Bugs in the System", 1972 (republished as "Even Revolutionaries Like Chocolate Chip Cookies" and "Just a French Major from the Bronx", Popular Library, 1972), ISBN 0-03-091356-X
# "The President Is a Lot Smarter Than You Think" (republished as "The President Is a Lot Smarter Than You Think" and "Don’t Ever Change Boopsie", Popular Library, 1973)
# "But This War Had Such Promise" (republished as "Bravo for Life’s Little Ironies" and "I Have No Son", Popular Library), ISBN 0-03-007521-1
# "Call Me When You Find America", 1973
# "Guilty, Guilty, Guilty!", 1974
# "“What Do We Have for the Witnesses, Johnnie?”"
# "Dare to Be Great, Ms. Caucus", ISBN 0-03-013866-3
# "Wouldn’t a Gremlin Have Been More Sensible?", 1975, ISBN 0-553-02733-6
# "“Speaking of Inalienable Rights, Amy...”", 1976, ISBN 0-553-11805-6
# "You’re Never Too Old for Nuts and Berries", ISBN 0-03-018216-6
# "An Especially Tricky People"
# "As the Kid Goes for Broke"
# "“Any Grooming Hints for Your Fans, Rollie?”", 1978, ISBN 0-553-13458-2
# "Stalking the Perfect Tan", 1978, ISBN 0-553-14796-X
# "But the Pension Fund Was Just Sitting There"
# "We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet"
# "A Tad Overweight, But Violet Eyes to Die For", ISBN 0-03-049186-X
# "And That’s My Final Offer!", ISBN 0-03-049191-6
# "He’s Never Heard of You, Either" (republished as "Adjectives Will Cost You Extra" and "Gotta Run, My Government Is Collapsing", Fawcett, 1982), ISBN 0-03-049196-7
# "In Search of Reagan’s Brain" (republished as [?] "Is This Your First Purge, Miss?" and [?] "We Who Are About to Fry, Salute You", Fawcett, 1982)
# "Ask for May, Settle for June" (republished as "It’s Supposed to Be Yellow, Pinhead" and "Do All Birders Have Bedroom Eyes, Dear?", Fawcett, 1983)
# "Unfortunately, She Was Also Wired for Sound" (republished as [?] "Confirmed Bachelors Are Just So Fascinating" and [?] "Dressed for Failure, I See", Fawcett, 1984)
# "The Wreck of the “Rusty Nail”" (republished as "A Farewell to Alms" and [?] "Sir, I’m Worried About Your Mood Swings", Fawcett, 198?)
# "You Give Great Meeting, Sid" (republished as [?] "Guess Who, Fish Face" and [?] "The Thrill Is Gone, Bernie", Fawcett, 198?)
# "Check Your Egos at the Door"
# "That’s" Doctor "Sinatra, You Little Bimbo!"
# "Death of a Party Animal"
# "Downtown Doonesbury", published by Owl Books, Henry Holt and Company, New York. 1987. ISBN 0-8050-0354-1.
# "Calling Dr. Whoopee", published by Owl Books, Henry Holt and Company, New York. 1988. ISBN 0-8050-0642-7
# "Talkin’ About My G-G-Generation"
# "We’re Eating More Beets!", published by Owl Books, Henry Holt and Company, New York. 1988. ISBN 0-8050-0932-9.
# "Read My Lips, Make My Day, Eat Quiche and Die!", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1989. ISBN 0-8362-1845-0.
# "Give Those Nymphs Some Hooters!", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1989. ISBN 0-8362-1858-2.
# "You’re Smokin’ Now, Mr. Butts!", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1990. ISBN 0-8362-1814-0.
# "I’d Go With the Helmet, Ray", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1991. ISBN 0-8362-1870-1.
# "Welcome to Club Scud!", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1991. ISBN 0-8362-1882-5.
# "What Is It Tink, Is Pan in Trouble?"
# "Quality Time on Highway 1", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1993. ISBN 0-8362-1712-8.
# "Washed Out Bridges and Other Disasters", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1994. ISBN 0-8362-1747-0.
# "In Search of Cigarette Holder Man", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1994. ISBN 0-8362-1767-5.
# "Doonesbury Nation", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1995. ISBN 0-8362-1784-5.
# "Virtual Doonesbury", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1996. ISBN 0-8362-1032-8.
# "Planet Doonesbury", published by Andrews and McMeel, 1997. ISBN 0-8362-3686-6.
# "Buck Wild Doonesbury", published by Andrews McMeel, 1999. ISBN 0-7407-0015-4.
# "Duke 2000: Whatever it Takes", 2000
# "The Revolt of the English Majors", 2001
# "Peace Out, Dawg!", published by Andrews McMeel, 2002. ISBN 0-7407-2677-3.
# "Got War?", 2003
# "Talk to the Hand", published by Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2004. ISBN 0-7407-4671-5
# "Heckuva Job, Bushie!", published by Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2006. ISBN 0-7407-6200-1
# "Welcome to the Nerd Farm", published by Andrews NcMeel Publishing, 2007.

Anthology collections

# "The Doonesbury Chronicles" Contains 501 daily strips published Oct. 26, 1970 to Dec. 20, 1974 and 79 Sunday strips from Dec. 27, 1970 to Dec. 22, 1974 (about 38% of strips published during this time). Introduction by Garry Wills, published by Henry Holt and Company, 1975. ISBN 0-03-014906-1
# "Doonesbury’s Greatest Hits" Contains 516 daily strips published Jan. 7, 1975 to Dec. 10, 1977 and 80 Sunday strips from Jan. 26, 1975 to Dec. 25, 1977 (about 55% of strips published during this time). Introduction by William F. Buckley, Jr., published by Henry Holt and Company, 1978. ISBN 0-8050-0883-7
# "The People’s Doonesbury: Notes from Underfoot" Contains 520 daily strips published Jan. 9, 1978 to June 21, 1980 and 76 Sunday strips from Jan. 22, 1978 to June 29, 1980 (about 66% of strips published during this time). Also contains a rare interview with Trudeau for an introduction, as well as introducing each section of reprinted comics. Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981. ISBN 0-03-049166-5 (hardbound) ISBN 0-03-049171-1 (paperback)
# "Doonesbury Dossier: The Reagan Years" Contains 523 daily strips published Jan. 7, 1981 to Jan. 1, 1983 and 81 Sunday strips from Jan. 6, 1981 to Jan. 2, 1983 (about 83% of strips published during this time). Introduction by Gloria Steinem, published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984. ISBN 0-03-000072-6 (paperback) ISBN 0-03-061729-4 (hardback)
# "Doonesbury Deluxe: Selected Glances Askance" Contains 538 daily strips published Oct. 1, 1984 to April 4, 1987 and 82 Sunday strips from Sept. 30, 1984 to April 5, 1987 (about 67% of strips published during this time). Introduction by Studs Terkel, published by Henry Holt and Company, 1987. ISBN 0-8050-0596-X
# "Recycled Doonesbury: Second Thoughts on a Gilded Age" Contains 540 daily strips published Dec. 1, 1986 to May 3, 1990 and 79 Sunday strips from April 26, 1987 to Sept. 9, 1990 (about 50% of strips published during this time). Published by Andrews and McMeel, 1990. ISBN 0-8362-1824-8
# "The Portable Doonesbury" Contains 541 daily strips published Mar. 5, 1990 to Feb. 4, 1993 and 79 Sunday strips from May 13, 1990 to April 25, 1993 (about 68% of strips published during this time). Published by Andrews and McMeel, 1993. ISBN 0-8362-1734-9
# "The Bundled Doonesbury: A Pre-Millennial Anthology" Contains 660 daily strips published Jan. 11, 1995 to May 2, 1998 and 79 Sunday strips from Feb. 12, 1995 to Aug. 2, 1998 (about 60% of strips published during this time). Includes bundled CD-ROM "Doonesbury Flashbacks: 25 Years of Serious Fun". Published by Andrews McMeel, 1998. ISBN 0-8362-6752-4
# "Doonesbury Redux" Contains the strips collected in "Duke 2000" and "The Revolt of the English Majors": 588 daily strips published May 10, 1999 to May 26, 2001 and 96 Sunday strips from June 27, 1999 to Aug. 12, 2001 (about 98% of strips published during this time). Published by Gramercy, 2004. ISBN 0-517-22407-0
# "Doonesbury: The War Years". Contains the strips collected in "Peace Out, Dawg!" and "Got War?": 582 daily strips published May 28, 2001 to July 19, 2003 and 88 Sunday strips from July 8, 2001 to July 20, 2003 (about 95% of strips published during this time). Published by Gramercy, 2006. ISBN 0-517-22866-1

Other collections and books

* "Bull Tales: A Yale Comic Strip" Reprints the original college newspaper strips, published originally before the series was syndicated.
* "Doonesbury: The Original Yale Cartoons", American Heritage Press, 1971. Paperback: Andrews and McMeel, 1973. Library of Congress 73-9100. Foreword by Trudeau’s Yale professor, Erich Segal. (Is this the same book as "Bull Tales"?) ISBN 0-8362-0550-2
* "The Fireside Watergate" (with Nicholas von Hoffman), Sheed & Ward, 1973. Paperback retitled "Trout Fishing in the Reflecting Pool or the Fireside Watergate", Popular Library, 1973. Library of Congress 73-11506. The cover shows Zonker Harris with a snowglobe of the White House. The title references the fireside chats of President Roosevelt. The revised title spoofs "Trout Fishing in America", the once-famous book by Richard Brautigan. The book is dedicated to Ron Ziegler. ISBN 0-8362-0547-2
* "Tales from the Margaret Mead Taproom" (with Nicholas von Hoffman), Sheed & Ward, 1976. Library of Congress 75-17055. The cover shows Uncle Duke with his aide MacArthur in Samoa. The title references anthropologist Margaret Mead and her book "Coming of Age in Samoa". A caricature of the authors appears on page 19; Trudeau wears a Yale hat whilst flying a kite. ISBN 0-8362-0631-2
* "A Doonesbury Special", A Director’s Notebook. Preface by Faith Hubley, with an introduction by Garry Trudeau (reprinted from TV Guide Magazine). ISBN 0-8362-1104-0 hardback ISBN 0-8362-1103-0 paperback
* "Joanie", part of the Cartoons for New Children series. ISBN 0-8362-0581-2
* "", 1983. A book containing the script, lyrics and photographs from the short-lived Broadway musical. ISBN 0-517-05491-4
* "The 1990 Doonesbury Stamp Album", a bound collection of humorous artistamps drawn for the strip’s 20th anniversary. ISBN 0-14-012809-3
* "Action Figure! The Life and Times of Doonesbury’s Uncle Duke" Contains selected strips from 1974-1991 focusing on Duke. Includes a Duke action figure packaged with three accessories: a chainsaw, a machine gun, and a liquor bottle and martini glass. Published by Andrews and McMeel, 1992. ISBN 0-8362-1702-0
* "Dude: The Big Book of Zonker"
* "Flashbacks: Twenty-Five Years of Doonesbury" 25th anniversary book. Published by Andrews and McMeel, 1995. ISBN 0-8362-04360 (paperback) ISBN 0-8362-0437-9 (hardback)
* "Doonesbury Flashbacks: 25 Years of Serious Fun", a CD-ROM containing all of the comics from 26 October 1970 - 31 May 1995
* "The Long Road Home: One Step at a Time", 2005. Special 96 page collection, with proceeds going to the Fisher House charity. ISBN 0-7407-5385-1
* "The War Within: One More Step at a Time", 2006. Special 112 page collection, with proceeds going to the Fisher House charity. ISBN 0-7407-6202-8

In addition to these, there were reprinted cartoons in annual “Desk Diary” books, printed between 1984 and 1991.

Games

* "The Doonesbury Election Game: Campaign ’96", CD-ROM, published by Mindscape, Inc. 1996.
* "The Doonesbury Game", board game, published by Mikrofun, Inc. 1993.


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