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29 days ago   |   By The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Surprise Day. Looking for the first Boner's Ark strips I came across a carton series by one of the most prolific cartoonists of his period (which roughly covers the forties to the sixties). Reamer Keller may not have been the best selling cartoonist, but he certainly sold to the widest range of magazines. From classics such as Gags ad 1000 Jokes to the more down market Humorama series and other gag digests, he appears in any gag carrying magazine or compendium up until the late sixties, when all but the most course did disappear. He also has his own irregular Sunday page full of...
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