Smitty The Flying Office Boy: Popular Newspaper Comic Strip (B/w) : 1930

 Smitty The Flying Office Boy: popular newspaper comic strip (B/W) : 1930 PDF ePub book

Smitty The Flying Office Boy (B&W) Smitty was a popular newspaper comic strip created in the early 1920s by Walter Berndt. Syndicated nationally by the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate, it ran from November 29, 1922 to 1973 and brought Berndt a Reuben Award in 1969 Characters and story The strip featured young office boy Smitty, his six-year-old brother Herby, his girlfriend Ginny and his d...

Paperback: 90 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 9, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1539989607
ISBN-13: 978-1539989608
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches
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Other characters were Smitty's boss, Mr. Bailey, and the Indian guide, Little Moose. Berndt based the strip on his own experience as an office boy, recalling, "I learned the tricks, shenangians and schemes of an office boy and became expert at them."[1] Berndt saw his creation as featuring "flashbacks of things you did as a young fellow."[1] As the strip progressed, the teenage Smitty aged to young adulthood (approximately 13 to 23) and eventually got married. From 1938 through 1960, Berndt also produced the comic strip Herby as a topper to Smitty. Now you can re-live (or, enjoy for the first time) these great adventures from generations past,The comic reprints from Escamilla Comics are reproduced from actual classic comics, and sometimes reflect the imperfection of books that are decades old.