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11 monthes ago   |   By The Fabuleous Fifties

Thursday Comic Strip Day.
When I showed the black and white Sunday pages of Henry Lee's Biff Baker a couple of weeks ago, I realized I had to sit down and start scanning my two yera long run of Captain Easy Sundays from the mid forties, by Walt Scott. In 1943 Roy Crane left his strip to start Buz Sawyer - a strip he owned himself in contrast to the NEA owned Easy. Walt Scott had been Crane's assistant so he seeemed like the perfect guy to take over. And I think he did quite well, but history has not been kind to Scott. I have never read any history of the comics that did not ignore or even...
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