Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Comics: Paul Fung’s “Polly and Her Pals”

American Newspaper Comics (2012) said Polly and Her Pals was created by Cliff Sterrett. The comic strip appeared daily and Sunday. The last daily strip signed by Sterrett was dated March 9, 1935. Paul Fung took over the daily strip on March 11, 1935. The daily strip continued unsigned to March 28, 1942. Other ghost artists were Vern Greene, John Kowalchik, Fred Schwarze and Bob Dunn. Below are strips dated March 9 (Cliff Sterrett), and 11 through 16 (Paul Fung). 

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