Here’s another few short articles from Editor & Publisher, each of which discusses a feature I’ve so far been unable to locate. Have you seen any of them?
4/13/29 – Bell Syndicate, Inc. has started a new daily continuity strip, called “Tark.” It is drawn by Aslan Bey and the continuity is written by J. Kenneth Jovey. The central character is a detective.
3/22/30 – A local cartoon strip, done by Dennis McCarthy, has been added to the San Francisco News. Each day, McCarthy interviews some prominent San Franciscan and tells the story in a picture strip.
9/26/36 – (Hopkins Syndicate ad) — Pictur-Grams are a new kind of cartoons. Here are cartoons that not only produce laughs but have a definite educational value — build vocabulary. Johnny Stork with his simple wisecracks is always corrected by Sammy Bear who knows the right word for everything. Their remarks greatly enliven this entirely new type of gag-cartoons, securing reader interest for the whole family. (The sample cartoon was credited to ‘Eisenzoph’)