NOODLE

THE NOODLE: THE MIGHTY MITE 

From the similarity in the name and costume, it appears that Saakle created “The Noodle” to make fun of Leo Bachle’s “The Brain”. Saakle was one of the few Bell cartoonists, stay with his creation over its entire run.

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“The Noodle: The Mighty Mite.” Cartoonist, Ross Saakle. Active Comics no date.
Begins with 4: 12-14. 5: 12-15. no feature. 6: unknown. 7: 14-17.

“The Noodle: The Mighty Mite: The Misadventures of Mild will.” Car., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 8, no date: 29-31.

“The Noodle.” Cartoonist., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, no date.
9: 30-31. 10: 39-42. 11: no feature.

“The Noodle vs. The Red Skeleton.” Car., Ross Saakel. Active Comics, 12, no date: 35-38.

“The Noodle.” Cartoonist., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, no date.
13: 12-15.

14: no feature.

15: no feature.

16: 12-15.

17: 9-12.

18: no feature.

19: 9-12.

“The Noodle For Mayor” Car., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 20, no date: 9-12.

“The Noodle.” Cartoonist., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, no date
21: 9-13. 22: 43-46.

“The Noodle And The Log Cabin Mystery.” Car., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 23, no date: 30-33.

“The Noodle.” Car., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 24, no date: 46-49.

No feature. Active Comics, 25, no date .

“The Noodle.” Car., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 26, no date: 30-33.

“The Noodle.” Cart., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 27, no date: 28-31.

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C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE CARTOON\IMAGE CARTOON N\THE NOODLE, Active, 12, 35.jpgCar., Ross Saakle. Active Comics, 12: 35.