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Cool! I regret that they are before my time but I wonder if I am looking at the genesis of my beloved Borrowers series? Thank you for introducing me (and giving others a positive memory nudge). I checked out your website to familiarize myself with some of the stories. Again, I say cool! Bedtime reading for me! ;-D ))))
This example is from 1943. My recollection is of reading the Sunday funnies-- some comic, some adventure, etc.-- and then come to this one large image, about a quarter of the page. As I recall there was a block of text in it, briefly telling the story of the illustration. It would hold my attention for quite awhile!Lots more of these pictures, along with the stories, at that web site. See "image copyright" above.
I remember them and they were always doing something as a gang of little people and if you cut all the cutouts out you could have your own group of them. Very cool oddio.
I had forgotten about this great comic strip. I simply loved this and the little extras, like the cutouts. Thanks for bringing back some happy memories!
Not familiar with these guys, but what a fun puzzle to do! Do you happen to know what years was this comic strip available, oddman? Thanks for our continuing education !!
Ah, one of my favorites as a kid. Thanks for finding and posting it, oddio.