A Side Of Thorne
5 monthes ago - By The Fabuleous Fifties
Saturday Story Strip Day.
I recently got a set of assorted newspaper strips from a friendly collector in an easy trade. They included some of my favorite lesser known strips, although none of them in complete runs. In fact, most of them were scattered among several time periods. Still, some were so rare, that I scanned and cleaned them anyway, to show here.
This is an inclomplete run of Frank Thorne's Dr. Guy Bennett. He started out in the late forties doing romance comcis for Standard. In the early fifties worked on the Perry Mason Sunday only newspaper strip for King Featuress. I have...
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