I'm trapped in the s, '40s, and '50s. The golden age of radio, comics, and cartoon strips. I love it, I collect it, I feel it. It chronicles the lives of the extended Walt Wallet family in almost real time. The young characters seem to age normally, while the older characters like Walt and Skeezix seem to have the aging process under control and live seemingly extended lives.
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Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Gasoline Alley
Its official start date, according to The Chicago Tribune Syndicate, which distributes the strip, was Nov. It's rather ironic to see such ambiguity in its recorded history, considering the strip is, itself, a history-maker — and so classic a piece of Americana, that in , it was the subject of a U. It showed little of the classic in the beginning. The Chicago Tribune ran a page on Sundays, called "The Rectangle", that was divided into little boxes where its staff artists would contribute cartoons.
Gasoline Alley Sunday Comic Strip
Frank King was an American newspaper comics artist, most famous for his signature series 'Gasoline Alley' , which is the second-longest running comic strip in the world, only behind Rudolph Dirks ' 'Der Katzenjammer Kids' And contrary to the latter series it is still in syndication today , bound to possible break its record by It has followed the daily antics of its protagonists Walt and Skeezix for over a whole century now.
In addition to innovations with color and page design, King introduced real-time continuity in comic strips by showing his characters aging over generations. King and his wife Caroline. When Frank was four years old, he moved with his parents to Superior Avenue in Tomah, Wisconsin , where they operated their family general store.