Everett True, by A.D. Condo (1927)

A. D. Condo was the artist of the newspaper strip 'The Outburst of Everett True', which appeared in the American newspapers in the early 20th Century. Created by Condo and J.W. Raper, the strip debuted on 22 July 1905 under the title 'A Chapter from the Career of Everett True'. The strip was about the character's outbursts of anger, which were told in two panels. The strip ended in 1927, when Condo had to give up the strip for health reasons. The popular strip knew two book collections, published in 1907 and 1921. In 1909, Condo did also draw 'Mr. Skygack from Mars'.

Everett True, by A.D. Condo (1927)

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Last updated: 2012-06-14

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