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March in the History of Comics Part Two

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Here are some important dates in the history of comics for March:

  • On March 11, 1900, "Happy Hooligan" debuted Hearst Sunday pages.
  • "Tex Taylor' published by Atlas, was cancelled with issue #9 in 1950.
  • "Black Rider" by Atlas takes over from "Western Winners" with issue #8 in 1950.
  • Justice League of America mascot, Snapper Carr made his first appearance in "The Brave and the Bold" #28 by DC kin 1960.
  • The Justice League of America also made their first appearance in the same title in 1960.
  • Starro, the Starfish conqueror made his first appearance in that same title in 1960.
  • "Rawhide Kid" had his debut issue by Atlas in 1960.
  • Charlton's Captain Atom made his debut in "Space Adventures" #33 in 1960.
  • Mal Duncan, DC comics' first black superhero made his debut in "Teen Titans" #26 in 1960.
  • Lloyd Jacquet of content-supplier, "Funnies, inc? died at age 71 in 1960.
  • The first San Diego Comicon was held on March 21, in 1960.

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