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Betty Boop's Sunday Best: Complete Color Comics 1934-1936


Betty Boop's Sunday Best: Complete Color Comics 1934-1936
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    BETTY BOOP's SUNDAY BEST: The Complete COLOR Comics (1934-1936) by MAX FLEISCHER.

    The definitive collection of Betty Boop Sunday comic strips. Max Fleischer (head of the fabled Fleisher Brothers) is given author credit because he and his siblings produced the famous animated series and so his brand name appears on the strips herein. But the actual creator of Betty Boop was animator Grim Natwick and the actual artist for the newspaper strips was the uncelebrated Bud Counihan.

    EVERY Betty Boop Sunday is included here, even peripheral strips such as Helen Kane's "Original Boop-Boop-A-Doop Girl" (she's the singer who sued Paramount, claiming she originated the catchy "Boop-Boop-A-Doop" theme that became Betty Boop's on-screen trademark). Also included are the never seen "Out of the Inkwell" Sundays featuring Koko the Clown, and all the strips are in FULL COLOR!

    Introduction by comics historian Bill Blackbeard. 112 pages, 9 1/4" x 12". We wish this 1995 book was still in print, but, alas, it's not, and so supply and demand decrees the Price:

    $65 (hardcover edition)
    $40 (soft cover edition)

    We also have an authorized Betty Boop Fan Club button (1975), and Betty sits on the shoulder of her creator in the Grim Natwick entry of the 1975 Famous Cartoonist button series still available from this Curio Shoppe.


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    Betty Boop's Sunday Best: Complete Color Comics 1934-1936

    BETTY BOOP's SUNDAY BEST: The Complete COLOR Comics (1934-1936) by MAX FLEISCHER.

    The definitive collection of Betty Boop Sunday comic strips. Max Fleischer (head of the fabled Fleisher Brothers) is given author credit because he and his siblings produced the famous animated series and so his brand name appears on the strips herein. But the actual creator of Betty Boop was animator Grim Natwick and the actual artist for the newspaper strips was the uncelebrated Bud Counihan.

    EVERY Betty Boop Sunday is included here, even peripheral strips such as Helen Kane's "Original Boop-Boop-A-Doop Girl" (she's the singer who sued Paramount, claiming she originated the catchy "Boop-Boop-A-Doop" theme that became Betty Boop's on-screen trademark). Also included are the never seen "Out of the Inkwell" Sundays featuring Koko the Clown, and all the strips are in FULL COLOR!

    Introduction by comics historian Bill Blackbeard. 112 pages, 9 1/4" x 12". We wish this 1995 book was still in print, but, alas, it's not, and so supply and demand decrees the Price:

    $65 (hardcover edition)
    $40 (soft cover edition)

    We also have an authorized Betty Boop Fan Club button (1975), and Betty sits on the shoulder of her creator in the Grim Natwick entry of the 1975 Famous Cartoonist button series still available from this Curio Shoppe.

    $40.00