5 monthes ago - By The Fabuleous Fifties
Saturday Leftover Day.
I have not shown any Beetle Bailey scans in such a long time, that I was shocked at seeing ow many uncleaned one I still had in my office computer. So, lete's do some of the early ones. I plan to keep this up for a couple of weeks, because it is fun to see Mort Walker 's progression. These are all from the second and third year. I know they were also done as three tiers, but I don't think I have ever seen one. Except for the black and white version in one of those great Egmond complete reprint books (where they did ALL of the strips in a series of two year books).
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