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Arkholt

@arkholt

Writer/Illustrator

I draw funny pictures: http://arkholt.com I write about funny pictures: http://blog.arkholt.com I love newspaper comic strips, new and old, and the cartoonists who create them, old and young. I mostly write about that, but now and then I also write about art, books, education, and games.

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  1. Did you know that Skippy Peanut Butter was named after a comic strip character? Did you know that in fact the name was stolen from a comic strip character? Find out more than you ever wanted to know about peanut butter, food crimes, and trademark infringement on my blog: https://
  2. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from December 23, 1929. #comics #comicstrips #newspapercomics #comichistory #skippy #percycrosby
  3. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from January 29, 1929.

    I had already planned on posting this before today’s events, but strangely it has ended up being relevant. #comics #comicstrips #newspapercomics #comichistory #percycrosby #skippy
  4. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from January 18, 1929. #comics #comicstrips #newspapercomics #comichistory #percycrosby #Skippy
  5. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from December 11, 1928. #newspapercomics #comicstrips #comichistory #percycrosby #skippy
  6. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from July 12, 1928.
  7. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from September 2, 1926 #newspapercomics #comicstrips #percycrosby #skippy
  8. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from August 27, 1926.
  9. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from April 26, 1923
  10. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from March 2, 1926.
  11. Skippy, by Percy Crosby, from February 4, 1926.
  12. Mortimer and Charlie, by Edgar Bergen and Carl Beuttner, from December 31, 1939.
  13. Corky, by Frank King, from December 31, 1939.
  14. Herky, by Clyde Lewis, from December 25, 1938.
  15. Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer, from December 26, 1956.
  16. Annibelle, by Virginia Krausmann, from December 25, 1938.
  17. Tales From the Great Book, by John Lehti, from December 25, 1955.
  18. Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer, from December 25, 1955. #comicstrips #newspapercomics #comichistory #alvermeer #christmas
  19. Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer, from December 25, 1956. #comics #comicstrips #newspapercomics #comichistory #alvermeer
  20. Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer, from December 24, 1955. #comicstrips #newspapercomics #comichistory #alvermeer

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