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Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) comic books

  • Vol. 1 #1
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #1

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    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #2
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #2

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    Copies in any grade are exceedingly rare!

    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #3
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #3






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    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. Includes short stories by Wilfred Galt, Richard Duffy, Jack Tanner, and William Holcombe. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books.The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #4
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #4






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    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. Includes short stories by C. d'Ussy, Richard Duffy, Wilfred Galt, and Raymond Tennant. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #5
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #5









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    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. Includes short stories by Fernande Hauvet, Richard Duffy, Wilfred Galt, and Eugene Shade Bisbee. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #6
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #6





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    Copies in any grade are exceedingly rare!

    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. Includes short stories by Alfred Meers, Fernande Hauvet, Christopher Ardee, and Wilfrid Galt. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #7
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #7








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    Copies in any grade are exceedingly rare!

    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. Includes short stories by John C. Fleming, Clara Augusta Trask, Lurana W. Sheldon, and Wilfrid Galt. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #8
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #8







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    This item is not in stock at MyComicShop. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Copies in any grade are exceedingly rare!

    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. Includes short stories by Eugene Shade Bisbee, Richard Duffy, Ralph Graham Taber, and Wilfrid Galt. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.

  • Vol. 1 #9
    Yellow Kid (1897 Howard Ainslee & Co.) Vol. 1 #9

    This item is not in stock at MyComicShop. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Copies in any grade are exceedingly rare!

    A fortnightly magazine of wit, fiction, and illustration. 52 pgs, B&W. While this publication came out a little later and includes lots of text material, The Yellow Kid was one of the first Sunday supplement comic strips in an American newspaper. Creator Richard F. Outcault's use of word balloons was highly influential in subsequent newspaper comic strips and comic books. The cartoon was created to help educate the wealthy newspaper readers and show them the realities of living in poverty. Outcault's aim was to make these wealthy readers more sympathetic to the plight of the poor. The Yellow Kid and its social commentary also contributed to the coining of the term "yellow journalism." Cover price $0.05.