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George Herriman — engaged critics with his inventive use of limited comic strip space and unique dialogue. This thirteen-panel comic strip of Bringing Up Father by George McManus — presents a classic episode of the humorous marital drama between main characters Jiggs and Maggie. Ink over graphite underdrawing with paste-ons. However, due to its enormous popularity and the numerous fan letters he received, Capp obligingly made it a tradition in the strip every November, lasting four decades. McFadden's Row of Flats. Published by King Features Syndicate, June 7, Key characters, Zippy, the muu-muu clad pinhead, and his alter ego Griffy, complement one another on random adventures through contemporary consumer culture, depicted in intricately drawn art. Ink brush with scraping out and blue pencil over graphite underdrawing. He laments that no one wants to eat with him and that the little red-haired girl would probably be insulted if he tried to talk with her.