King of the Comics: 100 Years of King Features by Dean Mullaney et al.
Trade Paperback – Library of American Comics – Nov 2018 – 307 pages
Krazy Kat! Popeye! Flash Gordon! Beetle Bailey! Blondie! Prince Valiant! Hagar the Horrible! Barney Google and Snuffy Smith! Baby Blues! Mutt & Jeff! Zits! Juliet Jones! Buz Sawyer! Steve Canyon! Bizarro! Hi & Lois! Maggie & Jiggs! Johnny Hazard! There are simply too many to list!
This book is a centennial birthday bash. More than just comics, it’s a celebration of the profound impact that King Features has had on popular culture!
From the earliest days when William Randolph Hearst first added cartoons to his newspapers, comic strips have had a profound impact on popular culture. With the consolidation of Hearst’s various distribution channels in November 1915, King Features was born. A century later the world’s largest syndicate leads the way in the 21st Century and beyond.