Beetle Bailey Comics (1955-1973)
English | CBR & CBZ | Collection | 221.307 Mb
Beetle Bailey (begun on September 4, 1950) is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Mort Walker. Set in a fictional United States Army military post, it is among the oldest comic strips still being produced by the original creator. Over the years, Mort Walker has been assisted by (among others) Jerry Dumas, Bob Gustafson, Frank Johnson and Walker's sons Neal, Brian and Greg Walker. The latter is currently credited on the strip.
Beetle was originally a college student at Rockview University. The characters in that early strip were modeled after Walker's fraternity brothers at the University of Missouri. On March 13, 1951, during the strip's first year, Beetle quit school and enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he has remained ever since.
Most of the humor in Beetle Bailey revolves around the inept characters stationed at Camp Swampy (inspired by Camp Crowder, where Walker had once been stationed while in the Army), which is located near the town of Hurleyburg at "Parris Island, S.C.".
A collection of Beetle Bailey comics in .cbr and .cbz formats.
Beetle Bailey (1956 Dailies) (DCP Webrips).cbr 21.4 MB
Beetle Bailey (1955 Dailies) (DCP Webrips).cbr 20.77 MB
Beetle Bailey 020 (1959) (c2c).cbr 16.49 MB
Beetle Bailey 022 (1959) (c2c) (ABPC).cbr 15.4 MB
Beetle Bailey 025 (1960) (c2c) (ABPC).cbr 15.15 MB
Beetle Bailey 021 (1959) (c2c) (ABPC).cbr 15.03 MB
Beetle Bailey 024 (1960) (c2c) (ABPC).cbr 14.84 MB
Beetle Bailey 023 (1959) (c2c).cbr 14.72 MB
Beetle Bailey 026 (1960) (c2c) (ABPC).cbr 14.5 MB
Beetle Bailey 018 (1958) (c2c).cbr 13.7 MB
Beetle Bailey 019 (1959) (c2c).cbr 13.61 MB
Beetle Bailey 017 (1958) (c2c).cbr 13.19 MB
Beetle Bailey 016 (1958) (c2c).cbr 12.8 MB
Beetle Bailey 102 (1973) Charlton jodyanimator.cbz 9.96 MB
Beetle Bailey 081 (1971) Charlton jodyanimator.cbz 9.74 MB
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