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Dell first printed comics in 1929 with "The Funnies", the first newsstand comic book with all-original material. In 1935 it contracted & distributed comic books created by Western Publishing And Lithography. Licensed properties made up a majority of their output. The company was so popular that it refused to join with the other companies making up UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority & offered its own pledge to parents that "Dell Comics are good comics".

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Dell first printed comics in 1929 with "The Funnies", the first newsstand comic book with all-original material. In 1935 it contracted & distributed comic books created by Western Publishing And Lithography.and Lithography (better known as the company behind Golden Books). Licensed properties made up a majority of their output. The company was so popular that it refused to join with the other companies making up UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority & offered its own pledge to parents that "Dell Comics are good comics".

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* CompilationRerelease: The content of their ''Popular Comics'' series was mostly made up of newspaper comic reprints, with a new story occasionally sandwiched inbetween.


* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him. Felix also made frequent appearances in their ''Popular Comics'' series.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951. They briefly revived the comic in the early sixties for 12 issues. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him. Felix also made frequent appearances in their ''Popular Comics'' series.


* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him. Felix made frequent appearances in their ''Popular Comics'' series.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him. Felix also made frequent appearances in their ''Popular Comics'' series.


* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him. Felix made frequent appearances in their ''Popular Comics'' series.


* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the late 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951.1951. Issues #15, 46, 77, 119, 135 and 162 of their ''Four Color'' anthology series feature Felix on the cover and have stories centered on him.


!!Dell Comics with their own trope pages include:

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* ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'': The first 19 issues of the 1940's comics were published by Dell starting in 1948, but distribution switched to Toby Press in 1951.




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In 1962 Dell & Western Publishing broke up, an event referred to as "the divorce". As most of the titles were owned or licensed by Western they took them with them & formed GoldKeyComics. Dell Comics, once the most popular comics company, had to start up a new comic book company from scratch with the few titles they had left. Dell Comics ceased publishing in the 1970s.

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In 1962 Dell & Western Publishing broke up, an event referred to as "the divorce". As most of the titles were owned or licensed by Western they took them with them & formed GoldKeyComics.Creator/GoldKeyComics. Dell Comics, once the most popular comics company, had to start up a new comic book company from scratch with the few titles they had left. Dell Comics ceased publishing in the 1970s.


* ''[[{{ComicBook/Turok}} Turok, Son of Stone]]''
* ''{{Neutro}}''

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* ''[[{{ComicBook/Turok}} ''[[ComicBook/{{Turok}} Turok, Son of Stone]]''
* ''{{Neutro}}''
''ComicBook/{{Neutro}}''


* RecycledInSpace: Dell published three infamous series that featured {{Dracula}}, {{Frankenstein}} and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent the Werewolf]] as costumed superheroes.
* StatusQuoIsGod: Most of their comics

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* RecycledInSpace: Dell published three infamous series that featured {{Dracula}}, {{Frankenstein}} FrankensteinsMonster and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent the Werewolf]] as costumed superheroes.
* StatusQuoIsGod: Most of their comicscomics.
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Dell first printed comics in 1929 with "The Funnies", the first newsstand comic book with all-original material. In 1935 it contracted & distributed comic books created by Western Publishing And Lithography. Licensed properties made up a majority of their output. The company was so popular that it refused to join with the other companies making up the [[ComicsCode Comics Code Authority]] & offered its own pledge to parents that "Dell Comics were good comics".

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Dell first printed comics in 1929 with "The Funnies", the first newsstand comic book with all-original material. In 1935 it contracted & distributed comic books created by Western Publishing And Lithography. Licensed properties made up a majority of their output. The company was so popular that it refused to join with the other companies making up the [[ComicsCode Comics Code Authority]] up UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority & offered its own pledge to parents that "Dell Comics were are good comics".


In 1962 Dell & Western Publishing broke up, an event referred to as "the divorce". As most of the titles were owned or licensed by Western they took them with them & formed GoldKeyComics. Dell Comics, once the most popular comics company had to start up a new comic book company from scratch with the few titles they had left. Dell Comics ceased publishing in the 1970s.

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In 1962 Dell & Western Publishing broke up, an event referred to as "the divorce". As most of the titles were owned or licensed by Western they took them with them & formed GoldKeyComics. Dell Comics, once the most popular comics company company, had to start up a new comic book company from scratch with the few titles they had left. Dell Comics ceased publishing in the 1970s.


!!Other Dell Comics provide examples of:

* ComicBookAdaptation: What they published a lot of.
* RecycledInSpace: Dell published three infamous series that featured {{Dracula}}, {{Frankenstein}} and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent the Werewolf]] as costumed superheroes.
* StatusQuoIsGod: Most of their comics

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