The Where’s Waldo books are fun. They have been ripped off a billion times by various “search and find” books, but not usually with the level of style you’ll find in one of the Martin Hanford originals.
My favorite when I was a kid was The Great Waldo Search, which took place in different fantasy environments. By this book, Hanford’s skill had really solidified, and he was able to put that to good use by coming up with some crazy settings that allowed him to cut loose. The book also introduced Whitebeard, who is also hiding on every page. You can find him on this one, for instance.
Next time you come across a Waldo book, I recommend looking through the illustrations, not to find Waldo, but just to take in all the detail. I distinctly remember the spread with the warring blue and red monks as being pretty awesome. Also impressive is the famous drawing where every figure is Waldo, where you are supposed to find a particular one.
I couldn’t find an image of the monk illustration to put in this post, but I did find a screenshot from the Great Waldo Search for NES, a game which also features Whitebeard:
I’ll leave you with some great Wizard Whitebeard graphitti, which you’ll have to click here to see because someone disabled downloading on their Flickr account.