8 monthes ago - By The Fabuleous Fifties
Saturday Leftover Day.
In the late forties King Features had a syndicated crime serial. Each episode had six parts and ran daily with illustrations by Paul Norris and Edd Cartier. Both are interesting to see, because Norris was at that point still halfway between being a Alex Raymond clone and a Noel Caniff imitator. Edd Cartier had a delightful style, whose expressiveness makes you sorry he did not do comics. Clipping thse serials from small town papers has always been a hassle. Thankfuly, with my new Genealogy account I have access to The Dallas Morning News, which reran these stories in...
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