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The Stripper's Guide blog discusses the history of the American newspaper comic strip. Labels: Obscurities. All Rights Reserved. All images of comic strip art are copyright by their respective copyright holders except those in public domain. If you are the copyright holder of an image displayed on this blog and would like a specific copyright displayed, or believe the display transcends fair use, please contact me. Subscribe to Posts [ Atom ].
The Sunday comics or Sunday strip is the comic strip section carried in most western newspapers, almost always in color. Many newspaper readers called this section the Sunday funnies , the funny papers or simply the funnies. The first US newspaper comic strips appeared in the late 19th century, closely allied with the invention of the color press. In the United States, the popularity of color comic strips sprang from the newspaper war between Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer.
In the early s a group of comedians started appearing on a regular basis in Soho's Raymond Revue Bar strip club. For once, however, they weren't there to watch. Instead they were laying down some of the foundations of so-called 'alternative' comedy and getting ready to dominate the British comic scene.