Betty Boop, by Bud Counihan 1934

Bud Counihan was the American comic artist who created the newspaper comic 'Little Napoleon' in the 1920s. In 1930, he became one of the assistants to Chic Young on the strip 'Blondie'. In 1934, Bud Counihan was hired by the Fleischer Studios and King Features Syndicate to draw the 'Betty Boop' daily and Sunday strips, which he did until 1936.

Little Napoleon, by Bud Counihan

Last updated: 2006-12-13

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