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Knicker (c. 1900's) comic books

  • Issue #ENVELOPE
    Knicker (c. 1900's) ENVELOPE
    Published 1929 (est.) by Publisher Not Known.

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    Original Mailing Envelope - The Knicker, promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys.

  • Issue #2711
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 2711

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    The Knicker, November 1927 issue, is a promotional comic book for clothing company that sells knickers for boys and revolves around a fictional spokesperson, a boy named Tim (also appeared in promotional comics for Buster Brown and Superman-Tim). The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. Early issues were sub-titled "The Boys' Own Magazine" while the "Official for Pie Eaters" slogan (apparently referred to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang) was added later. The back cover has an ad by the Missoula Mercantile Co. for Tim's Official "Perfection Suit" priced at $16.50. 4-in. x 7-in 8 pages B&W.

  • Issue #2804
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 2804

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    The Knicker, April 1928 issue, is a promotional comic book for clothing company that sells knickers for boys and revolves around a fictional spokesperson, a boy named Tim (also appeared in promotional comics for Buster Brown and Superman-Tim). The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. Early issues were sub-titled "The Boys' Own Magazine" while the "Official for Pie Eaters" slogan (apparently referred to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang) was added later. The back cover has an ad by the Missoula Mercantile Co. for a "Perfection Suit" priced at $16.50. 4-in. x 7-in 8 pages B&W.

  • Issue #2905
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    The Knicker, May 1929 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. Eddie Cantor, equally obscure today, makes an appearance in a large photo on page ten and "becomes an Official Pie Eater!" The back cover features an ad for a boy's suit (just $13.75). 12 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #2907
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 2907
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    The Knicker, July 1929 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. The back cover features an ad for a boy's suit (just $14.75). 8 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #3004
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    The Knicker, April 1930 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. Eddie Cantor, equally obscure today, makes an appearance in a large photo on page ten and "becomes an Official Pie Eater!" The back cover features an ad for a boy's suit (just $13.75). 12 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #3005
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 3005

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    The Knicker, May 1930 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. On page eight, Uncle Sam asks Tim for help to fly a Pacific-to-Atlantic airmail flight to deliver the mail. The regular pilot is sick from fright on account of the ghosts. Unfortunately, Tim wrote down how the story turns ends in secret code. So unless you also get your hands on the code book - see Tim's Official Handbook (1933), good luck deciphering the story Tim wrote. But not to worry, the other pages are perfectly readable. The back cover features a Levy Bros. ad for a boy's Palm Beach Suit (just $8.50). 12 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #3103
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 3103

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    The Knicker, March1931 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. Eddie Cantor, equally obscure today, makes an appearance in a large photo on page ten and "becomes an Official Pie Eater!" The back cover features an ad for a boy's suit (just $13.75). 12 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #3109
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 3109

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    The Knicker, August 1931 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. Eddie Cantor, equally obscure today, makes an appearance in a large photo on page ten and "becomes an Official Pie Eater!" The back cover features an ad for a boy's suit (just $13.75). 12 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #3202
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 3202

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    The Knicker, February 1932 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys.

  • Issue #3203
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 3203

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    The Knicker, March 1932 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. The back cover features an ad for a boy's new suit (just $10.00 to 14.00). 12 pages, black and white, mini comic-sized.

  • Issue #3410
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    Tim's Official Magazine (The Knicker). October 1934 issue. Promotional mini for boys' clothes and accessories. This is the same Tim from the Superman-Tim promotionals -- see Superman-Tim (1942). 12 pages, black and white, 4" x 6-3/4".

  • Issue #3702
    Knicker (c. 1900's) 3702

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    The Knicker, February 1937 issue, is a promotional comic book for a clothing company that sells knickers for boys. The story revolves around a boy named Tim who has counterparts in Buster Brown and the Superman Tim comics. The artist for this comic may have been associated with the Walt Disney company as well. The sub title, "Official for Pie Eaters," apparently refers to a now obscure, but one-time "hip," bit of slang. Eddie Cantor, equally obscure today, makes an appearance in a large photo on page ten and "becomes an Official Pie Eater!" The back cover features an ad Skyrider Shoes. 12 pages, Red and white, mini comic-sized.