While growing up some of the following Comic strips or cartoon characters we might of seen, some of us still today love seeing or reading about them, some of us have also made it a mission to collect all their memorabilia. Not many of you know tho is the Origins of these so we took a deeper look to try find some of them for you.
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Most of us know him as Charlie Brown’s dog, he appeared in the comic strip Peanuts way back in 1950 on October the 4th. Through out the history of the comic strip he never quite remember Charlie Brown’s name and just thinks of him as the round headed kid. His last appearance in the comic strip was the 13th of February 2000. The day after his creator passed away Charles M. Schulz.
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If you can think of a cartoon character who always messes things up and who is constantly doing things wrong there is only one that should pop to mind and that is Goofy. He very first appearance was in Mickey’s Revue way back in 1932. He was created by Walt Disney and Frank Webb and through out the years he has had many voices along the way Pinto Colvig (1932–1965),George Johnson (1939–1943),Hal Smith (1983),Will Ryan (1986–1987),Tony Pope (1979–1988) and Bill Farmer (1987–present). Art Babbit a Disney animator is mostly credited for the creation of Goofy. Did you know that during World War 2 Goofy was the mascot emblem of the 602nd Bombardment Squadron U.S. Air Corps . This cartoon Character has had a long and great career making people laugh and continues to do so.