Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Comics: Paul Fung’s “Dumb Dora”

American Newspaper Comics (2012) said Chic Young created the comic strip Dumb Dora which ran from June 25, 1924 to January 1936. Paul Fung took over the strip when Young created Blondie. Below are Fung’s first week of dailies from April 7 to 14, 1930. Fung’s first Sunday page appeared May 11, 1930. Some Paul Fung original art can be viewed at Heritage Auctions.

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(Next post on Wednesday: Paul Fung’s “Polly and Her Pals”)

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