Thursday Story Strip Day.
Paul Norris artistic development was a strange one. He started in the early forties as a Caniff imitator as the third artist on Vic Jordan. In the late forties he worked for King Features, illustrating their weekly serials as well as taking over the Jungle Jim Sunday. In the latter particulary, he tried to imitate Ales Raymond's style, but he added more and more Caniff touches as he went along. By the time he took over the daily and Sunday Brick Bradford, he had found his own synthesis, which he kept going for many years. After that he worked on several King Features comic books, including Flash Gordon, where you see his own style falling to the background again. Here are some samples of all of his periods, brought togetehr because I had two color Brick Bradford Sundays.