Moon Mullins, by Frank Willard
Example of Moon Mullins daily by Frank Willard, January 22, 1940. Copyright News Syndicate Co., Inc. Heavy drawing paper size: 21" x 6 3/4". India ink. This beautiful piece from the early Golden years of the strip features Moon Mullins and Gee-Gee.
Example of Moon Mullins daily by Frank Willard, May 21, 1947. Copyright News Syndicate Co., Inc. Strathmore drawing paper size: 23" x 7 1/4". This beautiful example features Lord and Lady Plushbottom coming home after an evening out, Willie Mullins, and Kayo in his trademark dresser drawer.
Example of Moon Mullins Sunday by Ferd Johnson, September 3, 1972. Copyright New York News, Inc. There is a bit of water damage and some staining to the art. Pretty cool content, reflecting some of the "hippie culture" of the times.
Reverse of Moon Mullins daily by Frank Willard, May 21, 1947. Unusual, as the pencils appear to be the mirror image of the inked art on the front. The pencils may have been traced and inked on the other side.
Check out some scans of the Moon Mullins comic strips at the I Love Comix Moon Mullins online viewable archive (be prepared, though, to hear some old-time radio playing in the background as you check out the site; it's actually kind of cool).
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