comics research bibliography: Blondie

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.


Associated Press. 1997.
Stan Drake, 'Blondie' illustrator, dies at 75 [obituary].
Washington Post (Mar 12).

Deer, Harriet A. 1982.
Blondie: A critique of white-collar life.
In Perspectives on American Business (Harkness, D., ed.).
Tampa, FL: American Studies Press.

Duke, Sara. 2000.
Blondie Gets Married! Library exhibition celebrates work of Chic Young.
Library of Congress Information Bulletin 59 (6; June): 154-156

Duke, Sara. 2000.
Blondie joins classic comics; exhibit opens.
Library of Congress Gazette 11 (24; June 23): 1, 5

Duke, Sara. 2000.
Chic Young's Blondie.
in Blondie Gets Married! Comic Strip Drawings by Chic Young [exhibit booklet].
Washington: Library of Congress

Engle, Tim. 1997.
You've come a long way, Blondie [women in comics].
Kansas City Star (Feb 27).

Galloway, Paul. 1991.
Blondie Bumstead, career woman: The former Miss Boopadoop takes a job.
Albany Times Union (Aug 30):C1.

Halverson, Guy. 1990.
Comic strips make good business [Blondie].
Christian Science Monitor (Sep 11).

Hartman, Carl. 2000.
'Blondie' Comic Strip Honored [exhibit].
Associated Press (June 22)

Heraldson, Donald. 1975, Creators of Life: A History of Animation.
New York: Drake Publishers

Hinckley, David. 1991.
Blondie's bombshell: Just how will the job affect the Bumsteads?
Washington Post [New York Daily News] (sep 12):D4.

King Features Syndicate. 1946.
Famous Artists and Writers [biographical information on Bela Zaboly, "Popeye"; Chic Young,"Blondie"; Jimmy Murphy, "Toots and Casper"; Robert Ripley,"Believe it or Not, Gene Ahern, Carl Anderson, Wally Bishop, Dave Breger, Ruth Carroll, Ad Carter, Fanny and Cory, Roy Crane, Phil Davis, Walt Disney, Bob Dunn, Eric Erickson, Dudley Fisher, Don Flowers, Les Forgrave, Hal Foster, Roy Gotto, Mel Graff, Clarence Gray, Jimmy Hatlo, S yd Hoff, H.H.Knerr, Fred Lasswell, Clyde Lewis, Tom Little, Bill McLean, Nor man Marsh, George McManus, Otto Mesamer, Ray Moore, Alex Raymond, Mischa Richter, Frank Robbins, Paul Robinson, C.D. Russell, Charles Schmidt, Ott o Soglow, Lee Stanley, Cliff Sterrett, George O. Swanson, Hilda Terry, Bran don Walsh, Linda and Jerry Walter, Russ Westover, Dick Wingert, and Lyman Young].
New York: King Features Syndicate

Lander, Irene. 1999.
Dagwood and Dilbert: Emasculation in the white-collar workplace.
Popular Culture Association National Conference, San Diego, Mar 31 - Apr 3.

O'Neil, Jeanne Young. 2000.
Life with Blondie.
in Blondie Gets Married! Comic Strip Drawings by Chic Young [exhibit brochure].
Washington, DC: Library of Congress

O'Neil, Jeanne Young. 2000.
Life with Blondie's creator.
Library of Congress Information Bulletin 59 (6; June): 154

Reid, Dixie. 1997.
Signs of the times: From 'Beetle Bailey' to 'Blondie,' comic strips are reflecting the real world.
Sacramento Bee (Jul 7).

Sussman, Bernard J. 1995.
In defense of Dagwood [letter].
Washington Post (Apr 8):A17.

Thompson, Richard. 1999.
The Century in the Post: Dagwood Takes First Nap on Sofa [cartoon].
Washington Post (April 18): F2

Unknown. 1993.
Creative use of color [San Diego Union-Tribune truck painted with comic strips 'Blondie', 'Rex Morgan, M.D.', 'Beetle Bailey'].
Editor and Publisher (September 25): 22C

Unknown. 1993.
Truck delivers yuks [San Diego Union-Tribune truck painted with comic strips 'Blondie', 'Rex Morgan, M.D.', 'Beetle Bailey'].
Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Voboril, Mary. 1990.
After 57 years of marriage, can Blondie have a baby?
Albany Times Union (Sep 24):C1.

Wallace, Peter, Ron Evry, R.C. Harvey, Jay Maeder, Nat Gertler, Craig Yoe , Tom Heintjes, Stu Liss and Steve Thompson. 2000.
Big deals: Comics' top events [Dagwood, Pogo, Bringing Up Father, Doonesbury, Dick Tracy, The Gumps, Li'l Abner, Littlel Orphan Annie, Calv in and Hobbes and For Better or For Worse].
Hogan's Alley (7; Winter): 126-139