CIRCUS GIRL

CIRCUS GIRL

Appeared in Better Comics, the writer was Ha Wal and the illustrator was Bert Bushnell. It was then taken over by Hal Kerr and Ley Fortune.

“Circus Girl” was “Pam” an orphan who is a daredevil bareback rider in Dunham and Daily’s Three Ring Circus.

MEDIUM:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Cover:

Front: Illus Jon Stables. Better Comics, 5-10, June July 1945.

Content:

Serial:

“Circus Girl.” Writ., Ha Wal. Illus., Bert Bushell. Better Comics, 3-6, October/November 1944: 28-33.

“Circus Girl.” Writ., Hal Kerr. Illus., Ley Fortune. Better Comics.
3-7, Dec./Jan. 1944/1945: 18-25

4-8, Feb./March 1945: 2-9*

5-9, April/May 1945: 2-9*

5-10, June/July 1945: 2-9.

6-1, August/Sept. 1945: 18-23.

*Note volumes 4 & 5 are numbered as shown in Better Comics.

GALLERY:

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE CARTOON\IMAGE CARTOON C\CIRCUS GIRL, Better Comics, 3-6, 26.jpg

Car., Bert Bushell. Better Comics, 3-6, October/November 1944: 26.

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE CARTOON\IMAGE CARTOON C\CIRCUS GIRL, Better Comics, 3-7, 19.jpg

Illus., Ley Fortune. Better Comics, 3-6, December/January 1944/1945: 19.

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE CARTOON\IMAGE CARTOON C\CIRCUS GIRL, Better Comics, 5-10, fc.jpg

Illus., Jon Stables. Better Comics, 5-10, June July 1945: Front cover.