By Jim Unger
The abdominal bulges, the nostril is protuberant and the again is perpetually hunched. a dead ringer for the middle-aged, balding and bespectacled gentleman is unmistakable. In black and white or colour, in English or in German, Herman is a caricature personality who offers a regular dosage of levity and subtlety for addicted readers round the world.--OTTAWA CITIZEN.
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1st Treasury of Herman by Jim Unger