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The inscription is a simple "Best Wishes to Roger Kahn". While it is difficult to know for certain that this is the famous sportswriter and author of "The Boys of Summer", it is probably him. There was a connection between Kelly and Kahn. He was a close friend of Lardner. Kahn wrote the epilog to the book and succeeded Lardner as sports editor at Newsweek. Covers lightly worn at edges with surface wear at spine ends. Edition: Third Printing. Stated 1st edition. In a 2 page afterward Kelly comments upon Carroll's underlying political message in the excerpt used in this book. Illustrated by Kelly with hundreds of great illustrations throughout.
Seller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. Stated First printing. Pogo and friends decorated, dual end pages. With green, decorated cover with picture of Pogo hanging on to tail of cow jumping over the moon. Binding and edge wear sku New York: Simon and Schuster, First edition, first printing.
Wrappers a little edgeworn on spine. Otherwise, a very good copy of alternative fables by this famous cartoonist.
Seller: Boston Book Company Published: Boston: Gregg Press, .. Octavo, cloth. First hardcover edition. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. Seller: L. Currey, Inc. Published: . ISBN: Soft cover. A little dog-eared. Green illustrated card covers.
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Light wear along the edges. Seller: Book Bazaar Published: First Edition, First Printing. He worked at almost every job in the art and editorial departments and eventually he drew editorial cartoons. After two years he got fed up drawing P. Barnum's life. For a short time he was an investigator for the Bridgeport Welfare Department and studied art in New York. For the National Allied Publications, run by Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, he drew scenes from Gulliver's Travels , and did some other drawings too, but when the Major's checks began to bounce, he left the company.
His co-animators included Hank Ketcham, who later drew Dennis the Menace. Half the time Kelly spent in the story department, half in the animation studio. He drew covers for a number of Disney titles, whose interior stories were sometimes produced by Carl Barks, the most celebrated artist behind Donald Duck.
Animal Comics turned out to be the turning point in Kelly's career. He created Bumbazine and Albert the Alligator , which appeared in issue number one of the magazine. The name "bumbazine" came from a black fabric he had wrapped up in the underwear factory. Kelly's first story, called 'Albert Takes the Cake' Animal Comics , December , was the basis for Pogo , starting with tyhe words "Once there was a big old alligator named Albert who loved chocolate cake Gradually Bumbazine faded out of the strip and later it was titled Albert and Pogo.
For the Fairy Tale Parade , aimed at very young children, Lebeck gave Kelly free hands to design the comic the way he saw fit. Although his works at Western Publishing were aimed mostly for very young readers, Kelly also created such features as Seaman Sy Wheeler , and a srewball saga Pat, Patsy and Pete. In he was hired to draw political cartoons for the New York Star , a new liberal and short-lived advertising-free paper. He also made spot art, and design work. Between and Dell issued two Albert and Pogo Possum comics; both sold well.
In the same year it was picked up for distribution by the Post-Hall Syndicate. The initial stories had been more slapstick-centered than allegorical, but gradually jokes about current events creeped in. Pogo started out slowly in syndication but in the late s it was subscribed by almost newspapers.
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For the next six years Pogo was available simultaneously in comic books and newspapers. When Dell tried to prevent a series of paperback Pogo books, Kelly signed a contract with Simon and Schuster. Pogo made the unusual transition from comic to newspaper strip successfully.
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With this work Kelly realized his dream and was able to give his wife and children financial security. In he was named "cartoonist of the year. By , his relationship with the publishing company had soured, prompting him to quit doing books and concentrate on strips.