Aggie Mack

Aggie Mack

Aggie Mack is a Newspaper comic strip created by Hal Rasmusson in 1946. It featured in the Chicago Tribune until the end of the 1950s. The strip is about the life of teenagers, somewhat similar to the Archie comics. The star being a cute blonde named Aggie The series was taken over by Roy Fox after Rasmusson's death in 1962. In 1966, the name of the strip was shortened to "Aggie". The strip was cancelled in 1971. Fox replaced it with another strip about a younger girl named "Tweety Pie" who looked like Aggie, but had a rather tough personality. [] []

The series was very popular in France, where it first appeared in "Fillettes" in 1947. In 1960, Gérard Alexandre, who signed with the pseudonym AL.G., created a French version of the strip based on "Aggie Mack" and called it simply "Aggie".


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