Tuesday, August 18, 2020
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?
Labels: Q and A
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)
It's now into October, and no new posts since mid-August. Does anyone know what's become of Allan?
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.
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?
Monday, August 17, 2020
Comic Stamp Quiz, Part 5
Here is the fifth batch of unidentified comic stamps. Can you name the strip the stamp ran with, and the name of the character depicted?
Labels: Q and A
These are from MOON MULLINS and The GUMPS:
39- "ANDY GUMP AT THE AGE OF ONE WEEK-FIRST ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH-WEIGHT 8/10 POUNDS-" (15 May 1932)
40-YOUR KAYO TRADING STAMP. HE POSED FOR THIS A THOUSAND FEET UNDER WATER." (27 December 1931)
41-"MIN AT THE AGE OF TEN-" (4 June 1932)
42-"MOONSHINE'S OLD AUNT JELLYROLL MULLINS." (28 August 1932)
43-"OLD UNCLE WILLIE MULLINS. A PHOTO TAKEN DURING HIS THIRD YEAR IN THE SIXTH GRADE." (4 June 1932)
44-"LORD PLUSHBOTTOM WHEN HE WAS A LITTLE BOY WEARING A SAILOR SUIT." (8 May 1932)