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Blondie Feature Books (1942) comic books

  • Issue #12
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 12

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    Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie comic strips from Feb. 2 to June 5, 1937. Former flapper Blondie tries to adjust to a settled suburban existence with her new husband, Dagwood Bumstead. 9-in. x 12-in., 72 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 27

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    Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie comic strips from 1936, 1937 and 1939. Former flapper Blondie tries to adjust to a settled suburban existence with her new husband, Dagwood Bumstead. But he would rather nap on the couch and build giant sandwiches than do chores. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 28

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    Blondie and Dagwood. Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie comic strips from the late 1930s. Former flapper Blondie tries to adjust to a settled suburban existence with her new husband, Dagwood Bumstead. But he can't quite seem to get the hang of domesticity. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 29

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    Blondie at Home Sweet Home. Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie comic strips from the late 1930s. Former flapper Blondie tries to adjust to a settled suburban existence with her new husband, Dagwood Bumstead, a hapless everyman for the 20th century. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 31

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    Blondie Keeps the Home-Fires Burning. Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie comic strips from 1936. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 34

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    Blondie: Home Is Our Castle. Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie comic strips from the late 1930s. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 36

    Blondie on the Home Front. Stories, art and cover by Chic Young, plus an introduction by Clark Kinnaird. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1938-1941. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. No matter how Blondie tries to motivate him, Dagwood just can't make it to the bus on time. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 38
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    Blondie the Model Homemaker. Stories, art and cover by Chic Young, plus an introduction by Clark Kinnaird. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1942. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. The cover features the male main character wearing a dress, not a common sight in 1944. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 40
    • Slight brittleness.

    Blondie in Home-Made Laughs! Stories, art and cover by Chic Young, plus an introduction by Clark Kinnaird. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1942. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. As if Dagwood's home life wasn't chaotic enough, his boss Mr. Dithers is a mean-tempered tyrant. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 42
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Label #1158118007
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    Blondie in Home-Spun Yarns! Stories, art and cover by Chic Young, plus an introduction by Caswell Adams. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1942. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. Dagwood could probably make the bus on time, if he didn't run into the mailman on his way out the door every morning. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 43

    Blondie: Home-Cooked Scraps!! Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1942. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. Dagwood's insatiable hunger for snacks and his skill at stacking leftovers results in the towering sandwich that bears his name. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 45

    Blondie in Home of the Free - and the Brave! Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1942. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. Dagwood and Blondie's argument about whether it's "decent" to wear shorts outside is resolved by a passing cop. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Blondie Feature Books (1942) 47

    Blondie in Home of the Free - and the Brave! Stories, art and cover by Chic Young. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted Blondie Sunday strips from 1942. The foibles of an ex-flapper who finds domestic bliss with her everyman husband became one of the longest-running comic strips of the 20th century, spawning a series of movies and even a sandwich shop. Dagwood barely gets his paycheck home before the wife and kids have spent it. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.