Nubbin, by George Crenshaw
Strip run: 1958 - 1986
Nubbin was created in the late 1950's by George Crenshaw (penned at one point with the pseudonym George Crandall), with Jim Burnett as the writer. Around 1970-1971, Henry Boltinoff took over artistic duties of the strip until the end of its long but relatively obscure run in 1986.
Example of Nubbin daily by George Crenshaw and Jim Burnett, May 6, 1961. Copyright King Features Syndicate, Inc.
For another example of Crenshaw's work see Simpkins, which he created in 1971.
For additional work by Boltinoff, see Woody Forrest, a strip he created in 1959.
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