Here’s an example I scanned of Buster Brown from 1910 by R.F. Outcault (who also created the Yellow Kid). Just say NO to cigars!
Click the image to view the full strip.
Click here to read more examples of Buster Brown at Barnacle Press.
See the last Buster Brown strip at the Stripper’s Guide.
Click here to read about Richard F. Outcault at lambiek.net.
See a Buster Brown original (with the Yellow Kid) at the Library of Congress website.
Read more about R.F. Outcault at Ohio State University’s website.
See examples of Outcault’s Yellow Kid at Ohio State University’s website.
Click here to read more about Buster Brown at Toonopedia.
Hear a radio program on the history of Buster Brown at npr.org.
Visit the website of the R.F. Outcault Society.
Read the Wikipedia entry on Buster Brown.
Read the Wikipedia entry on R.F. Outcault..
Read the Wikipedia entry on The Yellow Kid.
See the copyright application for the Yellow Kid at the Library of Congress website.
Wow, I never realized that Buster Brown was such a daring young chap. I though he was just another Corporate Schill sharing hair styles with the Dutch Boy.
Indeed, Buster was quite the rapscallion in his day, as you’ll see. The selling of products was always a big part of his repertoire, however.