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George Herriman’s Stumble Inn Dec 23 1922

Although he’s most famous for his animal characters (Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse and Offisa Pupp), George Herriman’s cartooning magic worked just as well when he’s working with a “hoomin” cast of Characters. Here’s a giant daily strip from his series “Stumble Inn.”
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…and here’s the whole strip in mega-resolution below…
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To find out more about “Stumble Inn,” check out this post:
http://cartoonsnap.blogspot.com/2011/10/stumble-inn-by-george-herriman.html

5 comments:

Jeff Overturf said...

Herriman's "hoomin characters are grand examples of carton goodness. The may be unappreciated at large, but they're treasured whenever I get to 'em!

Jamie Iles said...

Thank you for sharing these!

Abba Studios said...

I didn't know Herriman didi other strips. Thanks for sharing this.

Rich said...

NICE! Love old comic strips, thanks for sharing!!

ABTC said...

nice stuff
thnks for sharing