Let's Find Out Which Mr. Man You Are IRL


Did you grow up with the iconic Mr Men or Little Miss books? If you did, there's a good chance you have fond memories of poring over its approximately 35 pages of delightful text and simple, colorful illustrations. The stories depicted the goings-on in Misterland, a fictional universe that includes human and animal characters, and each tale had a straightforward moral lesson to impart to young minds. The characters seeped into pop culture. Remember RiRi's 2007 banger, Umbrella? It had the lyric "Little Miss Sunshine, Rihanna where you at?" The continued popularity of the books and characters led to merchandise, TV shows, and characters for adults like "Little Miss Shy Goes Online Dating," "Mr. Greedy Eats Clean to Get Lean," and many memes. These titles are modern, on-point, and pretty funny, huh? So, this begs the question: "Which tongue-in-cheek grown-up Mr. Man character would you be?" This quiz shall reveal all.

History lesson

Did you ever read the The Glasgow Looking Glass?

In the early 19th century, a unique publication emerged from Scotland, marking a significant moment in the history of comic art. "The Glasgow Looking Glass," later known as "The Northern Looking Glass," was not just a magazine; it was a trailblazer, setting the stage for the modern comic book as we know it today.

Published between June 11, 1825, and April 3, 1826, by Glasgow lithographic printer John Watson, this periodical was the first of its kind to use illustrations for storytelling on a mass-produced scale. The principal illustrator, William Heath, brought to life the pages with his creative and satirical depictions of contemporary society.

The magazine's content reflected the times, offering a satirical lens on Glasgow's society, British culture, and the fashion trends of the 19th century. It was a mirror to the world of its readers, presenting everyday life and societal norms with a humorous and often critical twist. This storytelling approach was entertaining and thought-provoking, as it provided commentary on the social and political issues of the day.

One of the most notable contributions of "The Glasgow Looking Glass" was its introduction of comic strip storytelling in its fourth issue with "History of a Coat." This marked a significant development in the art of sequential narrative, a technique that would become a cornerstone of comic art in the years to follow.

The magazine also pioneered the use of word balloons and the phrase "To be continued," elements that are now fundamental in comic strips and graphic novels. These innovations showed a remarkable understanding of visual storytelling, where text and image worked together to create a cohesive and engaging narrative.

Despite its short run, the influence of "The Glasgow Looking Glass" on the comic art form is undeniable. It opened up new possibilities in storytelling, combining satire, illustration, and sequential narrative in a way that had not been seen before. Its legacy is seen in the evolution of comic strips and comic books, making it a seminal work in the history of comics.

"The Glasgow Looking Glass" stands as a testament to the power of visual storytelling and its ability to reflect and critique society. Its pioneering spirit in the world of comics continues to inspire artists and storytellers, reminding us of the endless possibilities within the art form.

Did you know?

What's the lowdown on the Mr Men books?

The first Mr Men book came out in 1971 and featured the character Mr Tickle. Depending on who you ask, the author Roger Hargreaves got the inspiration for the books when his son Adam asked him what a tickle looked like. Initially, major publishers in the United Kingdom rejected the concept. The naysayers were proved wrong when the series gained popularity and went on to sell more than a million copies within three years. A decade after Mr Tickle came out, the Little Misses series hit the shelves. These days, there are over seven dozen characters, and hundreds of millions of copies have been sold. Roger passed away in 1988, but Adam added to his legacy by creating new characters like Little Miss Brave and Mr Calm, and writing new books. Mr Happy, Mr Tickle, and Little Miss Sunshine are the top 3 most beloved characters out of all of them. Fans of the series have incorporated Mr Men characters into their lives with gusto, from backyard fairground rides and themed swimming pools to extensive and expensive memorabilia collections.

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