The Art of the Funnies: An Aesthetic History

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INDEX
Acrobatic Archie, 178
Adams, Scott, 226
Adventures of Kathlyn, The (film), 62
Adventurous Decade, The, 118
Agatha Crumm, 226
Agnew, Spiro, 188, 196
Ah, King, 144
Ah, Yes! That Happy Home, 49
Ahem, Gene, 89, 141
Alexander the Cat, 178
Amazing Stories, 118
American Humorist, 6
A. Mutt, 11, 36, 37, 69, 101, 243n24
Anderson, Carl, 10
Anderson, Lyman, 107
Andrews, Roy Chapman, 147
Andriola, Alfred, 107
Animal Comics, 191
Animal Crackers, 186, 223, 226
Apartment3-G, 12
A. Piker Clerk, 11, 36, 242n1
Aragones, Sergio, 10
Arnold, 230
Arriola, Gus, 14
Avery, Tex, 231
Backstage at the Strips, 206
Bailey, John, 203, 211
Barker, Gary, 231
Barnaby, 232
Barney Google, 11, 69
Baron Bean, 178
Baron Mooch, 178
Barry the Boob, 161
B.C., 9, 10, 12, 14, 19, 124, 220-22, 226
Becker, Stephen, 9, 38, 98, 135, 137
Beetle Bailey, 202-11
Bennett, James Gordon, 4
Berndt, Walter, 73, 97, 208
Beroth, Leon, 124
Best of Beetle Bailey, The, 205, 223
Betty Boop and Felix, 210
Bill the Office Boy, 97
Black Mask, 105
Blackbeard, Bill, 40, 71, 166, 242n1
Blake, Bud, 14, 226
Blondie, 69, 127, 202, 203, 205, 223
Bloom County, 230
Blosser, Merrill, 73
Bobby Make Believe, 64
Bobby Thatcher, 71, 127
Boner's Ark, 210
Boomer, 226
Booth, Franklin, 132
Born Loser, 10, 14, 16, 17, 226
Branner, Martin, 73, 97
Breathed, Berke, 28, 230
Breisacher, George, 243n29
Brenda Starr, 114
Brick Bradford, 137
Bridge, Mabel Lillian, 178
Bridgeport Post, 188
Briggs, Austin, 128
Briggs, Clare, 11, 36, 37, 64
Bringing Up Father, 48-59, 103
Brisbane, Arthur, 32, 33
Browne, Dik, 210, 211, 226
Buck Rogers, 69, 116, 118, 119, 123, 127, 163
Bud Smith, 178. See also Grandma's Girl
Bugs Bunny, 186, 223
Bugville, 11
Bull Tales, 226
Bungle Family, The, 69, 103
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 119
Busch, Wilhelm, 7
Buz Sawyer, 89, 91
Byrnes, Gene, 73
Calkins, Dick, 118, 123
Calvin and Hobbes, 232-39
Calvin, John, 235
Canemaker, John, 26, 32, 33
Caniff, Milton, 11, 12, 18-19, 71, 80, 81, 124, 128, 137, 138-58, 159, 161, 208
Capone, Alphonse, 105
Capp, A1, 70, 107, 142, 161, 193, 208
Capra, Frank, 160
Captain and the Kids, The, 92
Captain Easy, 22, 86, 91
Carlton, Don, 230
Carson, Wally, 69
Castro, Fidel, 188
Catfish, 226
Cathy, 230, 239
Chaffin, Glenn, 118
Charlie Chan, 107
Charlie Chaplin's Comic Capers, 161
"Charlie Brown Christmas, A" (televi­ sion), 213
Charteris, Leslie, 127, 128
Chicago American, 36, 92, 161
Chicago Daily News, 105
Chicago Herald, 161
Chicago Tribune, 50, 61, 62, 73, 92, 94, 103, 114, 144
Cincinnati Enquirer, 25, 29
Cincinnati Post, 232
Clark, Matt, 132
Colson, Hal, 124
Columbus Dispatch, 50, 141, 142

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