Big Sister by Les Forgrave
Big Sister (from Quebec paper La Patrie, 27/1/1935)

Leslie Forgrave was the creator and initial artist of the newspaper comic 'Big Sister'. Forgrave drew the strip from 1928 to 1954, the year it was taken over by Bob Naylor. In 1942/43, he was the writer of the 'Aladdin Junior' strip for William Meade Prince.

Big Sister, by Les Forgrave

Last updated: 2009-03-27

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