Tiny Tim Sunday Page by Stanley Link from 12/29/1935 Size: 11 x 15 inches
Condition:Some light tanning/wear, a few have small archival repairs otherwise: Excellent! Bright Colors!Slightly Trimmed as shown. This is an _TINY TIM__ _SUNDAY PAGE BY _STANLEY LINK_. VERY FUNNY! GREAT EARLY FANTASY ARTWORK!! This was cut from the or ... Read More
This is an _TINY TIM__ _SUNDAY PAGE BY _STANLEY LINK_. VERY FUNNY! GREAT EARLY FANTASY ARTWORK!! This was cut from the original newspaper Sunday/Saturday comics sections of 1933. SIZE: 11 X 15 INCHES (HALF FULL PAGE) PAPER: SOME LIGHT TANNING/WEAR, OTHERWISE: EXCELLENT! BRIGHT COLORS! PULLED FROM LOOSE SECTIONS! (PLEASE CHECK SCANS) Please include $5.00 Total postage on any size order (USA) $20.00 International FLAT RATE. I combine postage on multiple pages. Check out my other auctions for more great vintage Comic strips and Paper Dolls. THANKS FOR LOOKING!
+this is from the very hard to find fantasy/adventure/science fiction sequence, tiny tim in erewhon !
Tiny Tim (Comic Strip)
Author(s) Stanley Link
Current status/schedule Concluded
Launch date October 4, 1931
End date March 2, 1958
Tiny Tim was an American Sunday strip created by Stanley Link. It ran from October 4, 1931 to March 2, 1958. It followed the adventures of Tim Grunt and his sister Dotty, both only two inches tall at the start of the strip. However, they grew six inches during the first three months. After that, they were taken in by a farm couple.
Eventually, a gypsy grew them to slightly less than normal size, and Dotty disappeared. On April 13, 1941, the gypsy gave Tim an amulet that said "Nemesis of All Evil". By saying the words out loud, Tim could return to being two inches tall, then grow back to normal size. In 1957, Link died, and on March 2, 1958, the strip ended. Tiny Tim was once popular, but has since faded into obscurity.
Stanley Link (1894 - December 24, 1957) was an American cartoonist and comics artists, best known for Tiny Tim.
Link took a correspondence course in cartooning when he was a teenager. When he was sixteen, he began to work with an animation company. In the early 1920's, he became Sidney Smith's assistant. He launched the panel Ching Chow in 1927. In 1933, he created his own strip, Tiny Tim. He also created the family strip The Dailys. Link died in 1957.
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