The bigger newspaper syndicates had their own comic books. It's actually where comics originated from. You all know the story of Famous Funnies...yaddayadda...United Features Syndicate had different titles at different times for its different features such as Tip Top Comics, Sparkler Comics, and here Comics on Parade. They used it to reprint strips like Li'l Abner,Captain and the Kids, and in its final years, mostly Nancy.
This was the 103rd issue was their next to last and came out in January 1955.
The covers were by some house artist that wasn't Ernie Bushmiller.
Today in Comics History: New Orleans? Not really a party town. Though if I remember correctly, they occasionally hold a function called Marty's...something. - Happy Mardi Gras, everybody! In the words of everybody's favorite* New Orleans guy, *Gambit*, *laissez les bon temps roulez!* Panels from "The Reprehens...
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