Comic Stamp Quiz, Part 6

 Here is the sixth and final batch of unidentified comic stamps. Can you name the strip the stamp ran with, and the name of the character depicted? 

16 comments on “Comic Stamp Quiz, Part 6

  1. o hell in all,

    All from MOON MULLINS:

    45-"MISS SCHMALTZ'S FATHER. PLUTO G. SCHMALTZ" (17 July 1932)
    46-"CAPT. OSCAR SCHMALTZ ABOUT THE TIME THAT REVENUE CUTTER SPOILED HIS WINTER CRUISE TO CUBA."(14 August 1932)
    47-"T.N. TOMATONOSE MULLINS. MOONSHINE'S FATHER'S SECOND COUSIN." (24 July 1932)
    48-"MOON'S GRANDFATHER BUNGSTARTER G. MULLINS, ESQ." (7 August 1932)
    49-"EMMY SCHMALTZ WHEN SHE WAS SIX YEARS OLD." (10 July 1932)
    50-"MUSHMOUTH WHEN HE WAS A PRIZE FIGHTER-A CHARACTERISTIC POSE" (29 May 1932)
    51-"KITTY HIGGINS HERSELF!(22 May 1932)

  2. NEEDLESS TO SAY, THE ABOVE POSTING IS A SCAM, IN WHICH YOU RESPOND, YOU WILL BE HACKED FOR ALL YOU'RE WORTH, AND MAY BE TRACKED FOR YOUR INVOLVEMENT, AND END UP IN GAOL.

  3. Hello All-
    It's now into October, and no new posts since mid-August. Does anyone know what's become of Allan?

  4. Another month has passed. I'm trying to satiate my daily craving for STRIPPER'S GUIDE by reading ten year old entries, but it's not the same.

  5. You mean you hope he isn't recovering? But you assume he might have it, which he does not.
    He has assured me he will soon be back here, but for now, an all time-consuming renovation project on some of his property must take precedent.

  6. Hello,

    in 1921-1923, there was a syndicated feature drawn by Dan Rudolph called "A Colored Cut-Out Toy". It ran in the Atlanta Constitution, the Syracuse Herald, LA Times, and San Francisco Chronicle, among others. It had a copyright mark for Thomson Features.
    Are you familiar with this feature? Do you have any other information about the artist Dan Rudolph?
    Thank you.

  7. The feature might be actually titled just "Cut-Out Toy". I don't know much about the feature or Mr. Rudolph, but I notice the same installment, "Kitty and the Mouse" has the syndicate identia "Copyright 1921, Thompson Feature Service." in the Buffalo Courier, but when it ran in the Philadelphia Inquirer it's "Copyright By James Elverson" Both ran in 1922.The Knickerbocker Press (Albany NY)) ran the series with no syndicate imprint at all.

  8. Thank you very much. I have been able to track down around 50 or so of these from microfilm. I have also purchased a couple of tear sheets of printed ones. I keep looking for more information about the artist. I will see what I can find on James Elverson.

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