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Comic Board: The Comic Strip By Comic Board
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A bunch of inside jokes nobody outside of The Comic Board will get.
Comic Board: The Comic Strip By Comic Board
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A bunch of inside jokes nobody outside of The Comic Board will get.
Corky Comic Strip Yorkie By Billy Mitchell
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Hello, My name is Corky Yorkie. I am with my best friend Pinky Winky. Master says he will change me to Corky Comic Strip Yorkie so he can get all of the glory. Master said he has done his Comic... More > Strip from my point of view and he does not care that I have hair in my eyes and I am cross eyed. Please enjoy the Master's Corky Comic Strip Yorkie when I become Corky Duper Yorkie, Corky Dude Yorkie, Corky Star Yorkie and Corky Go Home Yorkie. Everyone who sees me says "Go Home Yorkie". The Nice Boss Lady gave us her Boss Ladies Photo Album to enjoy looking at her pictures so I can go to Some Where with my best friend Pinky Winky and Irene Peanuts Amazon. The Master's Animal Description provides a brief description of all of the animals used in his Comic Strip.< Less
Dramatic Comic Strip Anthology By Pedro Pereira
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Mr. Pereira's English class at Vintage High School came together to create a comic-strip anthology that had to follow certain guidelines. Their collection has been formatted and put-together in this... More > book.< Less
Ralphie's Comic Strips II By David James
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Welcome to the world of Ralphie. Ralphie is a tween comic strip series. It is centered around Ralphie Green, a 12-year-old prankster, and his friends. His friends include Duane (the free Spirit),... More > Paulie-Pete (the dreamer), Mikey (his little brother), and Barney (his dog). With each new strip, they will find laughs and adventures. Come join the fun.< Less
Ralphie's Comic Strips By David James
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Welcome to the world of Ralphie. Ralphie is a tween comic strip series. It is centered around Ralphie Green, a 12-year-old prankster and his friends. His friends include Duane (the free spirit),... More > Paulie-Pete (the dreamer), Mikey (his little brother), and Barney (his dog). With each new strip,they will find laughs and adventures. Come join the fun.< Less
Comic Strips of the 1920's By Jeanne Yawman
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During the 1920’s & 30’s, when my brother and I were quite little my grandmother would read the Sunday “Funnies” to us. The Sunday comics were a favorite of young and old... More > as money was scarce during the depression years. Families were content to enjoy simple pleasures, and this was a special time for my brother and myself. It was also the beginning of my love to draw. These free – hand sketches were made in 1937 when I was twelve< Less
Cartoons and Comic Strips By Terry Bave
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Terry Bave was at the heart of English cartooning and had a long, successful career as an artist working on children's comics, such as Whizzer and Chips, Cor!!, Buster, Whoopee, Dandy and Beano. From... More > the heyday of the sixties and seventies, Terry saw the rise, and eventual decline, of creative cartooning for children's comics. His story is not just a tale of one artist, working in creative partnership with his wife Shiela, but the story of comics themselves.< Less
Cartoons and Comic Strips By Craig George
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The copyright law of the United States provides for copyright protection of literary and artistic works. Cartoons and comic strips are among the types of works of authorship protected by copyright.
Comic Strips of the 1920's By Jeanne Yawman
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During the 1920’s & 30’s, when my brother and I were quite little my grandmother would read the Sunday “Funnies” to us. The Sunday comics were a favorite of young and old... More > as money was scarce during the depression years. Families were content to enjoy simple pleasures, and this was a special time for my brother and myself. It was also the beginning of my love to draw. These free – hand sketches were made in 1937 when I was twelve< Less