Andrea/Duck Dodgers here. I friendly welcome every fan of animation at my blog. The goal is to support the love and rediscovery of Classic Theatrical Cartoons from the Golden Age of Animation, keeping meanwhile an eye on Golden Age "Funny Animals" Comics as well as on modern animated productions! Every SUPPRESSED ethnic caricature to be sometimes presented here is just for HISTORICAL and EDUCATIONAL purpose and NOT to offend anyone. Stay Tooned and Enjoy the place !

Monday, September 24, 2007

A Fox and Crow Classic

Enjoy this Jim Davis classic Fox and Crow comic story from Real Screen Comics 45!

Hope you liked it,
Duck Dodgers


Blogger Kasey said...

Thanks a bunch for the favor. :)
Gret story, as usual of the Davis Fox & Crow I've seen so far. Bizarre ending, though...

11:31 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for reuploading the Fox and Crow Comic, Duck Dogers. However, some of the Jpgs are broken.

11:58 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Fox and Crow comic was fun to read and look at, even though Fantleroy looked kind of mean-looking.

12:14 am

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

they are working for everyone...maybe its a trouble on your PC?

What do you mean with "reuploaded"? Was it already available on the web?

6:20 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

they are working for everyone...maybe its a trouble on your PC?

Well, when I click on one of the pictures for a close up, my computer just shows me a broken Jpg.

What do you mean with "reuploaded"? Was it already available on the web?
Thad used to have this comic story up on his now closed Golden Age Funnies site.

12:11 pm

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

well, these scans come from my own copy. I'm not merely re-posting Thad's scans without his permission.

And I guess it's a trouble with your PC, nickramer, if you can't see the pages....

1:48 pm

Blogger Thad said...

Great story, one of my favorites.

1:33 pm

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

Thanks Thad,
I were not evcen aware of the existence of Jim Davis before you started to highlight his work. Since then I've managed to collect several comicbooks starring his stories.
He sure was a great artist and this is quite amazing, considering he was also a very prolific one. He did thousands of stories for "Real Screen Comics", "Fox and Crow", "Comics Cavalcade" and "Flippity and Flop".

1:43 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing, DD. These "Fox and Crow" Comics are much better than the cartoons, storywise that is :)

BTW, what was the very first and very last F&C Comic Story?

3:33 pm

Blogger Thad said...

Davis worked for the All Comics Group (ACG). His stuff also showed up in Giggle and Ha-Ha. He definitely wrote all of it as well as drew. I don't think he was doing Columbia character work until late '49/early '50.

5:38 pm

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

don't know about the last one, but I guess the first one was the comic adaptation of "The Fox and the Grapes" in Real Screen Comics 1.
The stories in the first numbers were drawn by director Bob Wickersham by the way.

7:42 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! That was great! Better then what the current Davis is doing. :D
Do you have more Fox & Crow to post? Sorry, but those two are like potato chips. You can't read just one. ;)

10:56 pm


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