Yes, Some Comics Are For Kids — And They're Big Business

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Richard F. Outcault's goofy, nightshirt-wearing, smart-alecky tyke became the breakout star of the newspaper strip Hogan's Alley, which debuted in 1895. The New York Historical Society/Getty Images hide caption

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