Good night all you solid characters. I gotta hit the road! Thanks for a real righteous bash. But it's gettin' late. So I better bail out! G'night, Tommy . . . Kitty . . . Square . . . Heppity.
Cartoon character Jitterbug, Hi-jinx #2
[Jim] Davis handled the whole thing. He would hand out the scripts written by Hubie Karp, or whoever, edit the stories, and then send them on to New York. It was all for extra money
Animator and comic book artist Ken Chapin1
In 1941, B. W Sangor began publishing what remains a puzzling magazine that probably led to his entering the field of comic books. It was an advertising gimmick used at first to promote Fleischer's animated features at movie theaters. The publication of Cinema Comics Herald initiated the long relationship with several moonlighting Fleischer animators who would soon supply Sangor with artwork and stories for several comic book publishers, thereby founding Sangor's "Shop."
Cinema Comics Herald was a movie theater giveaway, 7-1/2" x 10-1/2", that used line art and color photographs to advertise movies produced by Paramount Pictures, Universal, RKO/ 20th