While not in the same league as its rivals, the strip continued into the early sixties, published first by St John, then by Pines Publications. Dell Comics started publishing Marge's little Lulu from , where the character enjoyed her greastest success. Adult themes and ideas began to creep into the form and content; cartoonists began experimenting with modernist concepts, mature subjects and — most importantly - female protagonists. Sometimes with that old mom standby weapon, the hairbrush. So in this story, Supergirl notices some aliens stealing a bunch of Earth buildings and so she flies up to their UFO to investigate. Ziff-Davis leapt onto the LG bandwagon in , with two fantasy-based strips; Alice:
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It is highly suggested to make both your post title as well as the information therein as detailed as possible, in order to help both the poster and the solvers. What better proof for ideologies breastfed to kids do you need? And how many hairbrushes do you think poor Martha went through before her husband wised up? And finally, some case of random racism as we get a black servant in the racist portrayal that was somewhat normal back then. Harvey's chief competitor during this phase was Dell, generally considered the most successful comics publisher of the Golden Age. Please do include the full title of what you are linking to.