Brenda Starr, Reporter often referred to simply as Brenda Starr is a comic strip about a glamorous, adventurous reporter. When the strip debuted June 30, , it was relegated to a comic book supplement that was included with the Sunday Chicago Tribune. Soon the strip appeared in the Sunday paper and a daily strip was added in During the s, at the height of its popularity, the strip appeared in newspapers. In , the strip appeared in 65 newspapers with 36 being international papers.
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This is a cut set from the comic paper but someone had a copy of the complete strip and found all the pieces so it is a co…. Explore ondiraiduveau's photos on Flickr. I wasn't as familiar with the Brenda from this era, with the short bobbed hair. I grew up with the sixties Brenda of the big bouffant, and of course I'd seen the forties version with the shoulder length hair. This 50s version is pretty classy. It's pretty exciting to work in a newsroom that has just won a Pulitzer Prize.
Brenda Starr: Challenging or Embracing Gender Stereotypes?
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Dalia Messick was born in Indiana in She found early employment as an artist for greeting card companies but her true ambition was to write and draw a comic strip. He was said to have had a prejudice against female cartoonists. But his right hand woman, Mollie Slott, saw potential in it. Her only suggestion, turn the pirate into a girl reporter.