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Sad Sack Comics #119 (1961) George Baker

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Sad Sack Comics #119 (1961) George Baker


Sad Sack Comics #119 (1961) George Baker


Volume 1, Issue 119
Size: 11.5" x 13.5" inches (unframed)
Produced By: Harvey Comics
Release Date: July, 1961
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: CB-00715

George Baker - Sad Sack Comics #119 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1961).

This is a terrific 1961 cover by Sad Sack creator, GEORGE BAKER, featuring Sad Sack moving a dusty heating pipe in front of a fan which blows the dirty exhaust onto Sarge !!!

The artwork measures 11.5" x 13.5" inches, and the art is in excellent condition. Signed by George Baker in the lower corner.

GEORGE BAKER (1915-1975)
George Baker was a cartoonist who became prominent during World War II as the creator of the popular comic strip, The Sad Sack.
At the end of the war, the U.S. Army created an advertising campaign with the phrase: "Don't be a Sad Sack, re-enlist in the Regular Army". Discharged from military service, Baker returned to live in Los Angeles where he transformed the Sad Sack army cartoon into a syndicated comic strip and a comic book series aimed at younger readers. While Baker gave the job of writing the comic narrative to others, he continued to illustrate the Sad Sack comic book covers until the time of his death.


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