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The Camp Cartoonist

Beetle Bailey Sunday page, color proof, February 7, 1954.

Beetle Bailey Sunday page, color proof, February 7, 1954.

During the mid-1940s, Mort Walker was the editor and cartoonist for his college humor magazine, The Showme, at the University of Missouri. This unique Sunday page from 1954, with The Camp Gazette in production, was inspired by his experiences working on his campus publication.
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Military Intelligence?

Beetle Bailey Sunday page, color proof, November 8, 1953.

Beetle Bailey Sunday page, color proof, November 8, 1953.

Beetle Bailey, by its very nature, is a commentary on the military establishment, a playful satire of bureaucracy and the system. The early Sunday page above is a classic example of the type of humor that annoyed the army brass and led to the ban in Stars and Stripes in 1954 (see previous post).
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