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Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) comic books

  • Issue #447

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    Begins series as "Butterfly and Firefly"

  • Issue #571
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 571

    March 17, 1928. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London by newspaper magnate Alfred Harmsworth. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #714
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 714

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    December 13, 1930. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #719
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 719
    • Tape along spine.
    • Tape along spine and over tears.

    January 17, 1931. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #727
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 727

    March 14, 1931. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #731
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 731

    April 11, 1931. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #745
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 745

    July 18, 1931. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #748
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 748

    August 8, 1931. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #759
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 759

    October 24, 1931. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.

  • Issue #1088
    Butterfly (1925-1940 Amalgamated Press 2nd Series) 1088

    February 12, 1938. The Butterfly (originally "The Comic Home Journal") was a weekly British newspaper of comics and text stories that ran for over 35 years before WWII paper rationing caused it to cease publication in 1940. It featured such comic strips as "Portland Bill, Champion Smile Raiser and Laughter Merchant," "Smiler and Smudge," "Percy Pickle," and others. Some of the humor in these comic strips is "of its time," i.e., racist and offensive. Published in London. 10.75 in. x 14.75 in.; black and white; 8 pages.