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Favorite fifties funnies: Popular comic strips from 1954 ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Loving comic strips like I do I really enjoyed these clippings you showcased. The late 1940s to the early 1970s and especially the 1950s were the classic days of the comic strip. Would love to see you continue showcasing strips from the 50s and 60s.

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Sunday newspaper comics 1890-1950 - Facebook

Posted: (21 days ago) Sunday newspaper comics 1890-1950 has 2,613 members. The Sunday newspapers from 1895 through around 1950 contained a large comic section with dozens of individual comic features. The "best" years were from late 1920s through early 1940s. Members of this group are fans of these comics.

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Sunday comics - Wikipedia

Posted: (3 days ago) The dimensions of the Sunday comics continued to decrease in recent years, as did the number of pages. Sunday comics sections that were 10 or 12 pages in 1950 dropped to six or four pages by 2005. One of the last large-size Sunday comics in the United States is in the Reading Eagle, which has

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List of newspaper comic strips A–F - Wikipedia

Posted: (2 days ago) Le crime ne paie pas (1950–1972) by Paul Gordeaux (France) Crock (1975–2012) by Bill Rechin and later Brant Parker and Don Wilder (US) Cubitus (1968; comic albums: 1977-2006) created by Dupa (Belgian) Cul de Sac (2007–2012) by Richard Thompson, inked by Stacy Curtis (US) Curbside (1991- ) by Robert Kirby (US)

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The 1950s Comic Strips | The Comic Strips

Posted: (4 days ago) The 1950s Comic Strips gathered from over eighteen leading newspaper comic strips. These are available to license for books, magazines, merchandise, newsletters, presentations and websites. Click on any image to see links to licensing and related cartoons.

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7 Classic Comic Strips that Started in the 1950s

Posted: (5 days ago) There were a number of classic comic strips that started in the 1950s. It was a time when habits like reading the paper at breakfast or in the evening were a standard, comforting part of everyday American life. And even though this is now mostly something from a bygone era, these popular strips are still so familiar today. ...

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Things All 1950s Kids Remember | Reader's Digest

Posted: (4 days ago) 3-D comic books Rainy days were prime time for some reading time when comics went 3-D in the 1950s. This Mighty Mouse comic book came with a pair of Space Goggles.

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The Funnies: Vintage Comic Strips 1940s–1960s - Reading ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Also, action packed comic strips like Steve Canyon, Terry and the Pirates, Dick Tracy, Mandrake the Magician, Tarzan, Lone Ranger, The Phantom, Dr. Kildare, and Brenda Star, among others. Both daily and Sunday strips will be incorporated in the exhibition, which also explores the creative process, production, and medium of comics.

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The 25 Best Sunday Comic Strips of All Time | Complex

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Posted: (3 days ago) The 25 Best Sunday Comic Strips of All Time. By Brenden Gallagher. Brenden Gallagher is a freelance writer and filmmaker in Los Angeles. He writes about television and whatever else seems ...

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Today's Comics Online | Read Comic Strips at GoComics

Posted: (2 days ago) Welcome to, the world's largest comic strip site for online classic strips like Calvin and Hobbes, Dilbert, Non Sequitur, Get Fuzzy, Luann, Pearl Before Swine, 9 Chickweed Lane and more!

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Comics A - Z List - GoComics


Posted: (3 days ago) Origins of the Sunday Comics By Peter Maresca. The Other Coast By Adrian Raeside. The Other End By Neil Kohney. Our Super Adventure By Sarah Graley and Stef Purenins. Out of the Gene Pool Re-Runs By Matt Janz. Outland By Berkeley Breathed. Over the Hedge By T Lewis and Michael Fry. Overboard By Chip Dunham. Ozy and Millie By Dana Simpson. P.

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24 Hilarious Comic Strips For Those Who Like It Dirty!

Posted: (2 days ago) 24 Hilarious Comic Strips For Those Who Like It Dirty! Arushi Lohia. 6 shares | 1584 views . For some, it's a matter-of-fact thing said with a hint of sarcasm. And for some, it's something that's ...

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40 Best Sunday comics images | comics, comic strips, cartoon

Posted: (4 days ago) Jun 2, 2015 - Explore Thomas Fessler's board "Sunday comics", followed by 276 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Comics, Comic strips, Cartoon.

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1950's Firsts: Peanuts Comic Strip | Gunther Toody's

Posted: (5 days ago) Peanuts began in 1950 and dominated the newspaper comics for decades. Peanuts may be the most iconic of newspaper comic strip of all time. A record breaking 17,897 strips were published and at its peak of popularity Peanuts ran in over 2,600 newspapers. The comic crossed over into television with various specials that ultimately became holiday standards, including It’s the Great Pumpkin ...

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Women Being Spanked In Vintage Comic Books - Flashbak

Posted: (3 days ago) 1940s 1950s Art Comic Books 1940s 1950s Batman Comic booksm sexism Superman Women Being Spanked In Vintage Comic Books I’m back with another spanking post – and this one I kind of found interesting.

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Top 10 Comic Strips from Each Decade -

Posted: (2 days ago) First appearing in the Sunday comics way back in 1897, the Katzenjammers are still kicking around in syndication today, making them the longest-running comic strip in history. That is the short version of the story, for the longer version is a bit more complicated. Created by Rudolph Dirks, the artist was the caretaker of the twins until 1912.

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Collectible Newspaper Comics for sale | eBay

Posted: (6 days ago) Which Comic Strips Became Popular Comic Books? As strips were popular before comic books themselves, there are a few key characters that got their start in the Sunday newspaper. Dick Tracy is a popular character that began in the Sunday news. One of the first comic strips ever written, it would later become a comic book, and even a character in ...

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200 Best 1960's & 70's Cartoons & Comic Strips images in ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Sep 14, 2020 - Explore Linda Whitcomb's board "1960's & 70's Cartoons & Comic Strips" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Cartoons comics, Classic cartoons, Old cartoons.

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The Heroic History of Newspaper Comics - Decades TV ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Reading the Sunday funnies has been a hobby enjoyed by comic lovers spanning generations. It can all be traced back to Tarzan, Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon. ...

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Comics - The Washington Post


Posted: (2 days ago) All about comics. "Amnesia: Rebirth" is a fine example of why the Swedish development studio Frictional Games is among the more notable storytellers at work in the gaming industry.

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Free Comics - Comic Strips - Online Comics - Entertainment

Posted: (2 days ago) View dozens of free online comic strips on Daily Comics. presented by . Find other comics. Dilbert October 19, 2020. Garfield October 19, 2020. Luann October 19, 2020. Non Sequitur October 19, 2020. Doonesbury October 19, 2020. Cathy Classics October 19, 2009. Big Nate October 19, 2020.

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Girlie Magazine Parade (Part 1): From Adam to Eve - Flashbak

Posted: (2 days ago) The 1950s and 60s were positively overflowing with skin rags. I couldn’t begin to count them all, they were so plentiful. Sure, things got sleazier in the 70s, when basically all restrictions were eliminated, and magazines like Hustler drove the limits of bad taste straight into the sewer.

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Can you name these 1950s comic strip characters?

Posted: (7 days ago) For moms and dads, the Sunday paper was thick with the week's biggest news, but for kids scrambling to snag the funnies section, it was a day to catch up with all your favorite comic characters. Here, we've put together our own funnies page, filled with some of our favorite characters that were well-known in the 1950s.

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Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays Volume 3 (1956-1959 ...

Posted: (1 months ago) Superman’s newspaper comic strips are among the rarest of all Superman collectibles. This comprehensive series helps remedy that gap in the Superman by bringing back into print every one of the Sunday newspaper strips. The Man of Steel stars in thirteen classic adventures as the 1950s “Atomic Age” comes to a close.

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1940s Newspapers: Printing the Sunday Comics Section

Posted: (4 months ago) Reel #: 9023 TC In: 020420 TC Out: 020520 1940s Newspapers: Printing the Sunday Comics Section -- Little girl lies on floor, reading the Sunday color comics section; Various shots of printing ...

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Lot 8 1950 Chicago Newspaper Comic Strips Hopalong | #27630853


Posted: (1 months ago) A classic Vintage lot of 8 Sunday newspaper comics strips sections. The dates are: 11/5/1950 Section 2 only, 11/12/50 Sections (1,2) 12/3/1950 Sections (1,2) 12/10/1950 Sections (1,2) 2/4/1951 Sections (1,2) 2/18/51 Sections (1,2) 2/25/51 Sections (1,2) 5/18/1952 Section 1 only are a few pic's: The condition is EX+ on most, solid creamy look, with normal aging and yellowing with chips, some ...

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The History of Comics: Decade by decade | The Artifice

Posted: (2 days ago) New Fun Comics (later More Fun Comics) #1 (National Allied Publications, which would later become DC) was published in 1935 and was the first comic that contained all new material. This title would later see the first appearances of such characters as Doctor Fate, The Spectre, Green Arrow, Aquaman and Superboy.

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Comics & Literacy research c. 1940s-1950s - Comics & Literacy

Posted: (2 days ago) A significant number of studies concerning comics, done largely in the 1940s and 1950s, with a few performed earlier, involved interviewing school children in order to determine which of them were reading comics, which comics were being read, and how many.

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Book & Comic Book/Strip Reprints - Hermes Press


Posted: (7 days ago) Gray Morrow burst into comics in the 1950s, bringing his classic Alex Raymond-inspired style on everything from paperback covers to newspaper strips. Morrow's work graced several issues of the Warren magazines, Classics Illustrated, and westerns for DC Comics (including El Diablo with writer Robert Kanigher).

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Collectible Newspaper Comics , not Signed for sale | eBay


Posted: (2 months ago) Buck Rogers in the 25th Century N.Y. Daily Compass Comic Strips X23 May 1950. $29.99. $2.80 shipping. Watch. 1947 March 23 Sunday Mirror Comic Section VG+ 4.5 Superman / Joe Palooka 16pgs. $20.25. $5.75 shipping ... Make Offer - Amarillo Sunday News Globe Comics May 31 1970 Peanuts Dick Tracy 021220AME. Amarillo Sunday News Globe Comics October ...

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42 Visions For Tomorrow From The Golden Age of Futurism

Posted: (2 days ago) People of the 1950s and 60s seemed to be obsessed with protecting their homes from the weather. Even if it meant literally living in a bubble, like this suburban utopia, which was protected from ...

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Superman: The Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946

Posted: (7 days ago) In 1999 Kitchen Sink and DC Comics issued elegant hardcover editions of the first years of the syndicated daily and Sunday Superman comic strips. Now, nearly 15 years later, Dean Mullaney, his team, and Mark Waid have picked up where the series left off, making Superman: The Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946 volume two in the collection. Where the ...

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Seriously Funny: The Rebel Comedians of the 1950s and ...

Posted: (1 months ago) The comedians of the 1950s and 1960s were a totally different breed of relevant, revolutionary performer from any that came before or after, comics whose humor did much more than pry guffaws out of audiences. Gerald Nachman presents the stories of the groundbreaking comedy stars of those years, each one a cultural harbinger:

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Vintage Comics | King Features Syndicate

Posted: (3 days ago) Vintage Comics. Drama. Adventure. Romance. Knee-slapping humor. King Features’ Vintage Comics collection gives unprecedented access to a vast array of comic strips created by some of the greatest cartoonists in comics history. Most of these vintage strips are no longer in syndication, and can only be seen exclusively with a Comics Kingdom Royal membership.

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Vintage articles and more in 1950s at Click Americana

Posted: (3 days ago) Browse the ’50s below, or pick a year: 1950 – 1951 – 1952 – 1953 – 1954 – 1955 – 1956 – 1957 – 1958 – 1959

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1950s TV Shows: What Did People Watch?

Posted: (2 days ago) A sizable number of comics fell by the video wayside, including Gleason and Caesar, Ernie Kovacs, Wally Cox, and Jonathan Winters. Sitcoms went into a partial eclipse as several comedy shows that had started with a bang the previous season died an ignominious death.

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Doonesbury Comic Strips by Garry Trudeau - October 17, 2020

Posted: (4 days ago) Welcome to Doonesbury's web site, which features not only each day's strip (easily enlargeable for your easy-viewing pleasure), but also the daily SayWhat? quote, a constant flow of reader ...

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Your favorite comics | Biloxi Sun Herald

Posted: (3 days ago) 9 Chickweed LaneAdam @ HomeAlley OopArlo & JanisBaby BluesBaldoBaldo in SpanishB.C.Beetle BaileyBizarroBlondieBorn LoserBrevityBrewster Rockit: Space GuyCalvin and ...

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Jews in Television: 1950s & 1960s | My Jewish Learning


Posted: (4 days ago) Reprinted with permission from The Norman Lear Center at the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism. During its so-called “Golden Age,” television had many variety show hosts who were Jewish–e.g., Jack Benny, George Burns, Groucho Marx, Red Buttons, Phil Silvers, George Jessel, Morey Amsterdam, Sid Caesar, and “Mr. Television” himself, Milton Berle.

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Posted: (2 days ago) MY FAVORITE TELEVISION SHOWS FROM THE 1950s AND 1960s. Menu. ... Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events. Celebs.

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The 6 Most Ridiculously Racist Old-Timey Comics |

Posted: (2 days ago) Old-timey comics were all about discovering the religions and traditions of our Asian brothers. Why, here's an ad for a little Buddha you can keep in your own home, with a concise description of the tenets of the Buddhist faith: "When you want to pay off debts, simply rub The BUDDHA. When you want to buy a house, simply rub The BUDDHA.

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Greatest 12 Characters of the 1940's

Posted: (2 days ago) Before comics there were pulp magazines. ... Here is the past list Greatest 12 Characters of the 1930's Here is the next list Greatest 12 Characters of the 1950's List items. 1. The Spirit

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The magic of the Sunday comics - Chicago Tribune


Posted: (4 days ago) The Tribune started occasionally publishing a page of gag cartoons in 1895, but it wasn't until December 1901 that it printed its first Sunday "comics supplement," with multipanel color strips and ...

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Andy Madura's Advertisements from the Sunday Comics - Page 1

Posted: (6 days ago) Advertisements from the Sunday Comics - Page 1 Andy Madura's Comics & Paper Collectibles Andrew Madura, 1265 Fran Mar Ct, Clermont, FL 34711

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Before the Jetsons, Arthur Radebaugh Illustrated the ...

Posted: (5 days ago) In the late 1950s and early ’60s, no one shaped Americans’ expectations of the future quite like Arthur Radebaugh, the illustrator of the popular newspaper comic “Closer Than We Think” as ...

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Posted: (2 days ago) Clothes rationing had ended by 1949 and by the early 1950s women in particular wanted dresses and skirts made with a huge amount of fabric to make up for the meagre amounts they had endured during the war. 50s fashion. 50s fashion. Pop Art. Pop Art started in London in the mid-1950's.

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Baseball blossomed in Fort Worth’s Latino neighborhoods in ...

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Posted: (5 days ago) Baseball fever spread through Fort Worth’s Mexican neighborhoods in the 1950s and ’60s By Richard J. Gonzales October 17, 2020 06:00 AM

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