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Famous Funnies a Carnival of Comics (1933) comic books

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    Famous Funnies a Carnival of Comics (1933) 0

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    Stories and art by F. O. Alexander, J. P. McEvoy, J. H. Striebel, Gene Byrnes, Ham Fisher, Al Capp, Al Smith, Clare Victor Dwiggins, Pop Mormand, A. E. Hayward, John Hix, Harry J. Tuthill, Sol Hess, Wallace A. Carlson, Charles M. Payne and Frank Godwin. Edited by Max Gaines. Considered by many historians to be the first true American comic book, this combines newspaper strip reprints with some original material. The success of this comic led to the spin-off series Famous Funnies (1934) and the birth of the comic book industry. Hairbreadth Harry; Dixie Dugan; Reg'lar Fellers; Joe Palooka; Mutt and Jeff; Nipper; Magic Tricks; Puzzles; Keeping Up With the Joneses; Somebody's Stenog; Strange As It Seems; The Bungle Family; The Nebbs; Connie. 32 pages, Full Color.