Little did I know that the email would prompt us to cancel a long-standing comic, quickly find a replacement and reprint an already finished Sunday comics section. Nor did I realize we would find ourselves at the center of a debate over free speech, the First Amendment and decency. Apparently, other newspapers around the country did the same.
Before the dawn of the internet age, people read comic books and newspapers. Something every child of that era would look forward to Saturday morning cartoons on TV and Sunday morning comic strips on the newspaper. Here are the best Sunday comic strips of all time.
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Little Nemo in Slumberland began on October 15, It's chockablock with a wide and wild assortment of early twentieth-century comics art with spectacularly imaginative and innovative layouts. GoComics, the premiere website for comic strips, is now featuring a serialization of Society is Nix, along with early comics from other Sunday Press editions and an assortment of pages that have never been reprinted anywhere.
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We'll be back soon with great new stories and art to explore even more corners of the Marvel Universe for you and your readers to enjoy. And as much as Roy Thomas and I were hoping that the strip would go on to continue Stan Lee's legacy March 23 will be the last Daily and March 17 will be the last Sunday as we close out the current storyline.
Next Sunday, hundreds of newspapers around the country will give their comics readers a special treat: a colorful page insert of classic newspaper strips. The insert is a celebration of the th anniversary of King Features Syndicate, a company that syndicates long-running features like Blondie, which started inand Beetle Bailey, which started in — and relatively new strips like Mutts,and Zits, Newspaper strips are having a cultural moment — even if the attention is not coming from work printed on broadsheets.
No matter how bad the news, no matter how grim the headlines, you could always count on a smile from at least one corner of the daily newspaper: the comics. But in this day when we could use a laugh more than ever, the reality facing the comics section is anything but funny. With the newspaper business hemorrhaging readers and money, newspapers are slicing the number of strips they carry.
The Sunday comics or Sunday strip is the comic strip section carried in most western newspapers, almost always in color. Many newspaper readers called this section the Sunday funniesthe funny papers or simply the funnies. The first US newspaper comic strips appeared in the late 19th century, closely allied with the invention of the color press.