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Buster Brown : Issue 36

By Outcault, Richard Felton

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Book Id: WPLBN0002099474
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File Size: 19 MB
Reproduction Date: 2011
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Title: Buster Brown : Issue 36  
Author: Outcault, Richard Felton
Volume: Issue 36
Language: English
Subject: Fantacy fiction., Newspaper Strips., Adventure.
Collections: Graphic Novel Collections, Classic Newspaper Comic Strip Collection
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Publisher: New York Herald/Hearst

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Outcault, R. F. (n.d.). Buster Brown : Issue 36. Retrieved from http://comicbooklibrary.org/


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Description: Buster Brown is a comic strip character created in 1902 by Richard Felton Outcault which is known for his association with the Brown Shoe Company. This mischievous young boy was loosely based on a boy near Outcault's home in Flushing, New York. Buster Brown, his sister Mary Jane, and his dog Tige were well known to the American public in the early 20th century. Tige is thought to be the first talking pet to appear in American comics, and, like that of many of his successors, his speech goes unnoticed by adults. The comic strip began in the New York Herald on May 4, 1902. Outcault left for William Randolph Hearst's employ in 1906, and after a court battle, Outcault continued his strip, now nameless, in Hearst papers, while the Herald continued their own version of Buster Brown with other artists. The latter lasted until 1911 or so, and the former until at least 1921.

 
 



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