Nancy and sluggo comic strip
Nancy appeared in comic books—initially in a s comic strip reprint title from United Feature, later St. John Publications and later in a Dell comic written by John Stanley. Titled Nancy and Sluggo, United Feature published #16–23 ( –), St. John published #– (–). Titled Nancy, until retitled.
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Description:Comics historian Don Markstein detailed the evolution, as the readership of Fritzi Ritz increased: Bushmiller's bold, clear art style, combined with his ability to construct a type of gag that appealed to a very broad audience, brought the strip to new heights of popularity—and his introduction of Fritzi's niece, Nancy, in , carried it higher yet. Two important developments occurred in Sluggo Smith, Nancy's friend from the " wrong side of the tracks ", was introduced in January; and later that year, Aunt Fritzi's name was dropped from the title of the daily strip, which continued as Nancy. At the same time, Bushmiller's Sunday page underwent a similar change. Formerly, half of it had been devoted to Fritzi and the other half to her boyfriend, Phil Fumble.