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gary |
i have seen no mention of it but wasn't there a newspaper comic strip at one time?
12 July 2009 01:45am

Mary/skippercollector |
From what I can remember, it was published until 1976 or 1977, although I don't know when it started. It was a daily comic, with a color one on Sunday. It picked up where the original series left off, because Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm were in it. The only specific detail that I can remember is that one of Fred's co-workers was a black (I don't know if African-American is the correct term, since it wasn't used in the 1970s) man, the series' first ethnic character.
27 September 2009 05:11am

Jay!
I've been trying to do some research on this and find some of the strips. I remember them from old "Weekly Readers" I got as a kid. They were reprinted in them, and some were published in paperbacks (like the old Peanuts strips were). Teenage Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm also had a strip, but I don't know if it was separate or part of the same.

http://www.comicstripfan.com/newspaper/f/flintstones.htm

http://mikelynchcartoons.blogspot.com/2009/04/flintstones-comic-strips-by-gene.html

25 April 2011 07:25pm

Sharon |
There was a comic strip. It was done by Don Sherwood. He passed away recently.
12 May 2011 00:12am

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