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COULD THIS SITE POST GAYLORD DU BOICE* SUNDAY STRIPS?

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COULD THIS SITE POST GAYLORD DU BOICE* SUNDAY STRIPS?
« on: June 19, 2017, 10:02:11 AM »

COULD THIS SITE POST GAYLORD DU BOICE* SUNDAY STRIPS?

Good idea.

In the 1950s, Gaylord Du Boice* wrote THE KING OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED Dell comic book licensed from Stephen Slesinger, illustrated in the Jim Gary style for the first couple of years (before publication was suspended for a year, the series re-vamped, and a new art style assigned for it's resumption the year later.).

In 1939-1940, Du Boice* wrote THE KING OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED Sunday newspaper strip owned by Stephen Slesinger, during the beginning of Jim Gary's tenure illustration the strip.

Those Sunday newspaper strips would serve as a useful corollary to the comic books.

In the wartime and post-war 1940s, Gaylord Du Boice wrote features for THE RED RYDER Dell comic book licensed from Stephen Slesinger, including Little Beaver text stories. (He also scripted the FIGHTING YANKS war comics feature, and, later, it's replacement, the KIYOTEE KIDS child-team comics feature.) (The RED RYDER comic book's TELECOMICS feature also ran reprints of the KING OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED newspaper strips, which may have included reprints from the Du Boice* story arcs.)

In 1939-1940, Du Boice wrote the RED RYDER Sunday newspaper strip owned by Stephen Slesinger, illustrated by Fred Harmon.

Those Sunday newspaper strips would serve as a useful corollary to the comic books.

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*Du Boice is properly spelled Du Bois, but it is NOT pronounced doo bwah; it IS pronounced doo boice.
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