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Popeye (1973) Bud Sagendorf

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Popeye (1973) Bud Sagendorf

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Popeye (1973) Bud Sagendorf

325.00

Here is a great Bud Sagendorf original Popeye comic strip daily,
featuring a funny gag with Wimpy.


Size: 18" x 6" inches (unframed)
Release Date: July 2nd, 1973
Produced By: King Features Syndicate, INC
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: CB-00689

COMMENTS 
Here is the original art for the classic "Popeye" Daily Comic Strip, dated July 2nd, 1973, written and illustrated by the great Bud Sagendorf. 

This Bud Sagendorf classic has an image area of 18" x 6" inches, and the artwork is in excellent condition. The artwork is signed and dated by Bud Sagendorf in the third panel. 

Bud Sagendorf
Bud Sagendorf (March 22nd, 1915 – September 22nd, 1994 was born Forrest Cowles Sagendorf in Washington.
Bud Sagendorf was mentored by E.C. Segar, the creator of Popeye, as his art assistant from 1931 (at age 17) till Segar’s passing in 1938. From that point, young Sagendorf was assigned to draw Popeye for various licensing merchandise – all of which eventually led to him getting the job of creating new Popeye comic book stories in 1948. For the next 14 years he created an amazing wealth of material – faithfully building upon Segar’s universe of characters and situations that are some of the best comics (Popeye or otherwise) ever published. Not to mention, they are a helluva lot of fun – both to look at and read.

It’s rare that the comic book version of a popular comic strip is as good or better than the original. This is one of those rare exceptions. Sagendorf is immersed in Segar’s world. His storytelling abilities are superb and his cartooning is a joy to behold. Sagendorf owned this universe as much as Segar – other artists have been able substitutes, but Sagendorf knew these eccentric personalities inside and out.

Bud Sagendorf also did the comic strip daily and Sunday Popeye strips from 1959 thru 1986.

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