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[[File:ComicCuts 001.jpg|thumb|250px|right|''Comic Cuts'' issue 1, 1890]]
 
[[File:ComicCuts 001.jpg|thumb|250px|right|''Comic Cuts'' issue 1, 1890]]
 
'''''Comic Cuts''''' was one of Britain's earliest weekly comic papers, published by [[Alfred Harmsworth]], later [[Amalgamated Press]], from 17 May 1890. The early issues contained reprinted cartoons from American magazines, but advertised for artists, and the reprints gave way to original material by artists like [[Roland Hill]], [[Oliver Veal]], [[Tom Browne]] and [[Jack Butler Yeats]]. It absorbed ''[[Golden Penny Comic]]'' (1928), ''[[Jolly Comic]]'' (1939) and ''[[Larks]]'' (1940), and was merged into ''[[Knockout]]'' on 12 September 1953.
 
'''''Comic Cuts''''' was one of Britain's earliest weekly comic papers, published by [[Alfred Harmsworth]], later [[Amalgamated Press]], from 17 May 1890. The early issues contained reprinted cartoons from American magazines, but advertised for artists, and the reprints gave way to original material by artists like [[Roland Hill]], [[Oliver Veal]], [[Tom Browne]] and [[Jack Butler Yeats]]. It absorbed ''[[Golden Penny Comic]]'' (1928), ''[[Jolly Comic]]'' (1939) and ''[[Larks]]'' (1940), and was merged into ''[[Knockout]]'' on 12 September 1953.
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Strips included:
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*"[[Big Ben and Little Len]]" ([[Bertie Brown]], 1927-51)
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*"[[Big Hearted Bertha]]" ([[Cyril Price]], 1939-51)
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*"[[Chokee Bill]]" ([[Frank Holland]], 1897-1900)
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*"[[Chuckles the Clown]]" ([[Joe Hardman]], 1912-26)
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*"[[Chubblock Homes]]" ([[Jack Butler Yeats]], 1893)
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*"[[Dizzy]]" ([[Cyril Price]], 1939-53)
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*"[[Fun on Board the Mary Anne]]" ([[Arthur White]], 1907-21)
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*"[[Gertie the Regimental Pet]]" ([[G. M. Payne]], 1906-12)
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*"[[Jackie and Sammy the Terrible Twins]]" ([[Percy Cocking]], 1918-37)
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*"[[Our Merry Mannikins]]" ([[Percy Maycock]], 1906-12)
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*"[[Pansy Pancake]]" ([[Bertie Brown]], 1912-29)
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*"[[P.C. Penny]]" ([[Cyril Price]], 1938-44)
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*"[[Pinhead and Pete]]" ([[Bertie Brown]], 1940-51)
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*"[[Plum and Duff]]" ([[Albert Pease]], 1926-53)
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*"[[Robinson Crusoe]]" ([[Tom Browne]], 1899-1906)
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*"[[Roly Stone]]" ([[Bertie Brown]], 1951-53)
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*"[[Sammy Shrimp]]" ([[Arthur Martin]], 1938-51)
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*"[[Tom the Ticket-of-Leave Man]]" ([[Percy Cocking]], 1910-37)
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*"[[Waddles the Waiter]]" ([[Alex Akerbladh]], 1912-25, 1938-47)
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*"[[Will Hay]]" ([[Bertie Brown]], 1939-40)
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*"[[Wizzo Ranch]]" ([[Albert Pease]], 1951-53)
   
 
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Revision as of 13:04, 6 October 2012

Comic Cuts issue 1, 1890

Comic Cuts was one of Britain's earliest weekly comic papers, published by Alfred Harmsworth, later Amalgamated Press, from 17 May 1890. The early issues contained reprinted cartoons from American magazines, but advertised for artists, and the reprints gave way to original material by artists like Roland Hill, Oliver Veal, Tom Browne and Jack Butler Yeats. It absorbed Golden Penny Comic (1928), Jolly Comic (1939) and Larks (1940), and was merged into Knockout on 12 September 1953.

Strips included:

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References

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