Never bury the lead

In 1987 a talented English graphic artist named Martin Handford hit upon an original idea for a children’s book. What if he could inject some sort of hero into the colourful crowd scenes he’d become famous for drawing? The result was the now legendary “Wally”, a lanky globetrotter who sports a red and white jumper/beanie combo, a pair of round spectacles and who has the annoying tendency of hiding himself in crowded settings. Just to make the search harder, Handford developed a number of other characters that looked almost identical to Wally. These “red herrings” included Wizard Whitebeard, Wally’s dog Woof, his nemesis Odlaw, and girlfriend Wenda. Handford’s creation is the perfect metap

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