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Archie's Mad House Krazy Kat & The Art of George Herriman: A Celebration
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Archie's Mad House The Great Treasury of Christmas Comic Book Stories
Archie's Mad House The Official Fart Book
Archie's Mad House The Official Barf Book
Popeye: The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf Popeye: The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf
Archie: Seven Decades of America's Favorite Teenagers... And Beyond! Archie: Seven Decades of America's Favorite Teenagers... And Beyond!
Dick Briefer's Frankenstein Dick Briefer's Frankenstein
Barney Google: Gambling, Horse Races, and High-Toned Women Barney Google: Gambling, Horse Races, and High-Toned Women
Felix The Cat: The Great Comic Book Tails Felix The Cat: The Great Comic Book Tails
Klassic Krazy Kool Kids Komics The Golden Collection of Klassic Krazy Kool KIDS KOMICS"
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Dan DeCarlo's Jetta Dan DeCarlo's Jetta
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The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story
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The Art of Ditko
The Art of Ditko
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The Greatest Anti-War Cartoons
The Great Anti-War Cartoons
Introduction by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus
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Boody: The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
Boody: The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
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Daily Oklahoman’s Outline of Oklahoma History, 1929, by L.P. Thompson, Part 2

Today for Native American Heritage Month, we have a second extract artist L.P. Thompson‘s 1929-published collection, The Daily Oklahoman’s Outline of Oklahoma History. Like last week’s set of pages (this time from near the center of the book), they deal with the forced removal of Native Americans from their lands, into the confined borders of […]

Daily Oklahoman’s Outline of Oklahoma History, 1929, by L.P. Thompson

The 1920′s and 30′s saw a trend of certain newspapers creating and publishing original educational comic strips chronologically presenting local history. The best known example of these strips, was Texas History Movies. Most of these histories — created by whites for their paper’s majority white audience — quickly gloss over the treatment of Native Americans, […]

Jim Thorpe’s Olympic Medals Stripped: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

With all the hoopla over Lance Armstrong’s supposed-hyped-to-generate-ad-revenue confessions, forgotten is that this month is the 100th anniversary of the stripping away of Olympic Medals from a real, pre-doping athlete — Jim Thorpe. These medals were legitimately won during the 1912 Olympics, and were taken away in January 1913, in violation of the Olympic Committee’s […]

Deadly Dan, the Dare-Devil, 1878

Above, we close out our annual Native American Heritage Month postings, with “Deadly Dan, the Dare-Devil, A Dime Novel of Today” or “What Our Boys Are Reading”, by artist Livingston Hopkins, from the August 27th, 1878 front page of the (New York) Daily Graphic. Click on the page, to view it in a larger size, […]

“Little Jimmy” Meets “Canyon Kiddies”, by James Swinnerton

Next in our Native American Heritage Month coverage, we’ve scanned part of the Little Jimmy section, from the 1934 Book 2 of Famous Comics. Each of Famous Comics’ three issues collected daily comic strips of three different series. In Book 2, the run of artist James Swinnerton’s strip, Little Jimmy, crossed over with another Swinnerton […]

Pictorial History of New Brunswick

Next in our Native American Heritage Month coverage, we have the October 1930-published Pictorial History of New Brunswick, reprinting twenty-five strips by George A. Bradshaw, which ran in the New Brunswick Sunday Times. The first strip focuses on the natives, ending in panel four with Dutch troops suddenly entering the picture, to “demand satisfaction from […]

Canadian 1890 Aboriginal Wit

We continue our Native American Heritage Month coverage, with cartoons & comics by whites, revealing the attitude of white society towards the Americas’ original inhabitants. Above, from the July 12th, 1890 issue of the Canadian comic weekly, Grip, comes Ab-Original Wit — A Brantford Fact. The strip plays on the stereotype of Indians as drunkards, […]

Selling Out the Red Man: American Advertisers Portray the Natives, Part 2

WARNING: The following cartoons contain racist imagery and slurs. Resuming our Native American Heritage Month postings, we start above with a sequence of circa 1870s/1880s trade cards, advertising R.W. Bell’s Buffalo Soap. This sequence follows a 19th century racist theme common in soap advertising, most often seen involving African Americans, but here, using an American […]

Native American Heritage Month: Harvard Lampoon, October 1877:

WARNING: The following cartoons contain racist imagery and slurs. The Presidential Election is over. So now, it’s time to move on to our annual series of Native American Heritage Month postings! Let’s get started… Dealing as we do with old published comics & cartoons, our Native American History postings are, in truth, really more about […]

Changing Weather: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

Being that time of the year for a change in the weather, we look today at cartoons on that subject, from the October & November 1912 issues of Cartoons Magazine. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Above, we have art by Herbert H. Perry, […]

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