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Bugs BUNNY by Chase Craig - Comic Strip
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Bugs BUNNY

Comic Strip
1942
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Encre de chine sur carton fort
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Elmer poule-botte (et pas Elmer fool beat)
"hare hunt" bugs vient de prendre un coup de fusil...
Mais c est pour de faux! Bugs aime son chasseur
Mckimson model shit
Modelshit

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signée de Leon SCHLESINGER propriétaire officiel du studio créateur du personnage en dessin animé

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"quoi de neuf Docteur..." !!!
mon lapin preferé dont le succès mondial a été presque aussi fort que celui d'une souris californienne.
Crée en 1938 dans le desin animé "Porky's hare hunt", Bugs Bunny devait apparaître en comicbook seulement en 1941 dans "Looney tunes and merrie mélodies" chez DELL COMICS puis en 1942 en comic strips dans les journaux.

Comme indiqué par WIKIPEDIA : Chase CRAIG drew the Odd Bodkins comic strip for Esquire Features (1941–42) as well as writing and drawing for the first six weeks in 1942 the Bugs Bunny comic Sunday pages and the first Bugs Bunny comic book.[1]

Voila donc une des six premières planches du Dimanche de BUGS BUNNY dont j'aime particulièrement la jeune physionomie et le comique de la "famille" des personnages secondaires
Deja, le Président ROOSEVELT créait des problèmes de quotas aux agriculteurs! ce sunday de 1942 reste donc totalement d'actualité...
THAT'S ALL FOLKS..

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About Chase Craig

Chase Craig (October 29, 1910 – December 2, 2001) was an American writer-cartoonist who worked principally on comic strips and comic books. From the mid-1940s to mid-1970s he was a prolific editor and scripter for Western Publishing Dell and Gold Key comics. Born in Ennis, Texas, in 1933-34 Craig studied at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and then moved to Boston. There he worked at The Christian Science Monitor drawing Little Chauncey, which featured the antics of a rather precocious baby. Craig moved to Hollywood in 1935, where he became an animator for Leon Schlesinger and Walter Lantz. Craig left the animation field in 1939 and began working as a freelancer drawing several comic strips, including Hollywood Hams (for the Los Angeles Daily News) and Mortimer Snerd and Charlie McCarthy. He teamed up with Fred Fox, and drew the Odd Bodkins comic strip for Esquire Features (1941–42) as well as writing and drawing for the first six weeks in 1942 the Bugs Bunny comic Sunday pages and