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List of newspaper comic strips A–F. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article includes a list of Barnaby (–, –) originally by Crockett . Lauretta primarily inked and did backgrounds on the strips. Burnley eventually left to work on his own comic book, Starman, but did return to pencil the Superman Sundays in The Superman strips during this early period of shop work was a team effort with multiple artists working on different parts of Author(s): Jerry Siegel.

Superman The Dailies: Strips , [Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster] on to-teve.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rare book/5(15). Newspaper comic strips debuted in North America in the later 19th century. The Yellow Kid is credited as the first and thankfully we have examples here! Slowly the the art form developed into what we now all recognize as a comic strip. Another strip we have in our collection is Gasoline Alley which appeared in and is still going strong.9/10(1).

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What has not changed about comic strips? The comic strip, Blondie, is a good example of a timeless and universal comic strip about the foibles of humankind, or of the foibles of at least one man, Dagwood Bumstead. It has been published in the newspaper each day since and reaches 47 countries. Not much has changed. Wally and the Major Comic Strips Golden Age Comic Strips From [Kari A Therrian, Stan Cross] on to-teve.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wally and the Major Comic Strips (B&W) Wally and the Major was a 's Australian Comic Strip created by Author: Kari A Therrian, Stan Cross.