Part 3 of my posting of "The Toronto Star" from March 12, 1960. Thanks to Katherine Collins who in last week's comments, pointed out the city of the paper.
This time around, the "Superman" newspaper strip. May be the first time I've posted any of those in the ol' blog and it's a Lori Lemuris! Awesome!
Here's some post-Caniff "Terry & the Pirates" by George Wunder. This is one of the few examples of a comic strip, where it changed creators hands and became something just as valid, albeit totally different. The Hal Foster to Burne Hogarth "Tarzan" is the other that come to mind.
"Bringing Up Father" still in his cut-away coat and spats and without George McManus. The syndicates just won't let a cash cow die.
Harold Grey is still at the helm of "Little Orphan Annie" in 1960, but as crazy old man conservatism gripped the guy, THIS strip became something all together different than in it's salad years as well.
Splitting the page is Ferd Johnson's "Moon Mullins" another strip from an earlier time that the syndicates kept on life-support too long. Still with all these aged features short-comings, they were nice to see.
Talk to you soon.