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Aunt Fritzi from the Nancy comic strip spending a day on the beach

Aunt Fritzi from the Nancy comic strip spending a day on the beach

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Aunt Fritzi from the Nancy comic strip, spending a day on the beach. Description from therusk.deviantart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Croatian version of Nancy Comic is called Ančy (in magazine for kids "Dječji Klub

Fritzi Ritz by Ernie Bushmiller. Classic ComicsNancy ...

Nancy & Aunt Fritzi, by Ernie Bushmiller, in Tip Top Comics No. 124

The only comic book I would read as a kid....wonder why? LOL.

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Nancy and Sluggo comics!

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A cover gallery for the comic book Nancy and Sluggo

wow, flashbacks.....my dad would take us to the drugstore and this was my favorite comic book and only a dime!!

So here is a little something to tide you over. By this tie, the strips were already a bit more bland, but Bushmiller's sense of pacing is still remarkable.

Nancy goes to the Beach vintage comic book

A frequently reprinted frame on the Internet shows Nancy imagining Fritzi tied up; I have no idea what the complete strip ...

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Nancy's aunt Fritzi Ritz 1946

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Nancy & Sluggo comic book 1948 | Ernie Bushmiller

Nancy by Guy Gilchrist for Mar 20, 2018

Nancy Sunday Comic Strip

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On January Bushmiller introduced Fritzi's niece, Nancy. Soon she dominated the daily strip, which was retitled Nancy in Comics historian Don Markstein ...

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Animated Cartoons · Me too Nancy

So here is a little something to tide you over. By this tie, the strips were already a bit more bland, but Bushmiller's sense of pacing is still remarkable.

Nancy (comic strip)

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So here is a little something to tide you over. By this tie, the strips were already a bit more bland, but Bushmiller's sense of pacing is still remarkable.

Aunt Fritzi from the Nancy comic strip, spending a day on the beach. Description from therusk.deviantart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images ...

#fritziritz rare 1939 golden age FRITZI RITZ with PHIL FUMBLE vintage comic book #5

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Nancy by Guy Gilchrist for Feb 12, 2018. Nancy Comic, Cartoon ...

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Sam Henderson graciously scans in some very old Sunday NANCY strips . Actually, they aren't NANCY comics. These are titled FRITZI RITZ and .

The second is analogous to Stanley's Little Lulu stories of status war and one-upmanship. Both stories feature the nastiest of Stanley's Evil Rich--Rollo ...

Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for Dec 18, 2016

Bushmiller Classic

Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for May 1, 2016. Nancy Comic Strip ...

I used to love "Nancy" in the Sunday Funny Paper (comics).

... Nancy imagining Fritzi tied up; ...

The second is analogous to Stanley's Little Lulu stories of status war and one-upmanship. Both stories feature the nastiest of Stanley's Evil Rich--Rollo ...

"Phoney Boy" is a bright piece of jet-age sitcom, with major spanking incidences for a single John Stanley story. There's a tacit sadness to Rollo's life ...

Aunt Fritzi

Even still-sexy Aunt Fritzi returned - to more prominent role in the strip!

Fritzi Ritz and Nancy - together again. Also In 1995, Nancy, along with Brenda Starr and several others, was part of the "Comic Strip Classics" series of ...

And Nancy and Sluggo's colorful friends soon populated the strip - forcing Aunt Fritizi into comic books to get some quality time - though she shared the ...

"Phoney Boy" is a bright piece of jet-age sitcom, with major spanking incidences for a single John Stanley story. There's a tacit sadness to Rollo's life ...

Hy Eisman

So here is a little something to tide you over. By this tie, the strips were already a bit more bland, but Bushmiller's sense of pacing is still remarkable.

The second is analogous to Stanley's Little Lulu stories of status war and one-upmanship. Both stories feature the nastiest of Stanley's Evil Rich--Rollo ...

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Nancy Oscar Sunday

8) "Net Profit" (originally published in Nancy #165, 1959; available in Nancy: Volume One, Drawn + Quarterly)

Smokey Stover

Honestly, the really hilarious strips were all from 10-20 years ago and only appeared in print, but there's some good stuff on the website too.

So here is a little something to tide you over. By this tie, the strips were already a bit more bland, but Bushmiller's sense of pacing is still remarkable.

Mister Bribery, jogging: 'Ah, it's a beautiful, brisk morning for a

Rufus: 'What yo'think my brother Magnus would like fo' Christmas?

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Billy DeBeck's Barney Google (October 7, 1934), a page featuring two toppers: Bunky and the single-panel Knee-Hi-Knoodles. A topper in comic strip ...

As if to inflame a simmering controversey in the comments of a few days back, Paul Gilligan offers Poncho a choice of super powers and he picks one that ...

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Nancy (comic strip) - The French version of Nancy from January 16, 2006

By '84 the strip was taken over by the execrable Jerry Scott, definitely a member of the post-seventies comic strip set who managed to take everything that ...

Nancy appears in the Fritzi Ritz comic strip of Monday, 2 Jan 1933. (Strip from nancyeverysunday.blogspot.com/2013/02/introducing-nancy-ritz_3.html)

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from "The Boy Who Came to Dinner," #146

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In cases where Craftint ...

King Guz: 'Good work, Oop!' Oop: 'Thank Gunther too

Rollo's self-centered, pathological attitude goes several notches beyond that of Little Lulu's Wilbur Van Snobbe. Wilbur is a jerk, but has flashes of ...

Sharp Stanley Stories readers will recall that I once mis-attributed the first two of these stories to a 1969 publication date.

First item is a fun piece by Don Asmussen, better known for Bad Reporter, and is a critique of a Roz Chast exhibit currently in San Francisco.

The spaciousness of the panels' layout--there is much breathing room in the boys' clubhouse, which appears to be the size of a grocery store--is in line ...

... the Ledger Syndicate.

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Moon Mullins

Pooch Cafe

Alley Oop: 'This road's closed to you!' Roxly: 'You can

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By '84 the strip was taken over by the execrable Jerry Scott, definitely a member of the post-seventies comic strip set who managed to take everything that ...

In 1922, Larry Whittington created a daily comic strip called Fritzi Ritz. It was about a ditzy, man-hungry flapper. In 1925, 20 year old Ernie Bushmiller ...

Talk to you soon.

Ferd Johnson's Moon Mullins (January 3, 1959)

Notice some of the unique differences in the strip besides the omission of various soon-to-be established characters like Stuart (who reminded me of a young ...

Gay Thirties

Man-At-Arms: 'Hello, Adam, this is Roboto!'

[ Chaos erupts at the Lyric Theater ] Lizz Grove: 'That's an emergency exit

And, from AoMM 148:

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From AoMM 146:

One suspects that if women started getting interested in Football (and such unicorns are more common than you think) the resulting vocalized opinion from ...

... I believe) and the more cramped, claustrophobic staging that will run through the first year of the monthly Little Lulu comic, launched with the January ...

... Nancy ...

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Fritzi Ritz was an American comic strip created in 1922 by Larry Whittington. It eventually evolved into the popular Nancy by Ernie Bushmiller.