The Popeye daily cartoons by Segar conclude with the final years of 1935 through 1937.
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About the Author
E.C. Segar (1894-1938), creator of Popeye, is a member of the Will Eisner Awards Hall of Fame. He was born in Chester, IL in 1894 and passed away in his longtime home of Santa Monica, CA. The National Cartoonists Society created the Elzie Segar Award in his honor, which was awarded annually to a cartoonist who has made a unique and outstanding contribution to the profession.
Rick Marschall, called by Bostonia Magazine “perhaps America’s foremost authority on popular culture,” has written or edited more than 60 books. He co-founded Nemo: The Classic Comics Library and Hogan’s Alley magazines and is President of
Rosebud Archives. He has taught comics history at the School of Visual Arts and Rutgers University. His biography of Johann
Sebastian Bach will be published by Thomas Nelson in 2010.