Are Phillip Pullman and John Aggs making an adventure comic strip?
Yes, it will be called The Adventures of John Blake. It is reported to have somewhat manga style art and is aimed at children.
There was a comic strip called John Cobb in the sixties and maybe earlier. he was an adventure type with some spy-detective cold-war additives ( as had most of the adventure strips of the day) do not confuse with famous British racing driver John Cobb of Napier Railton and Bonneville land-speed fame. The comic book Mr. Cobb was not a racing driver.
-Video Game Sonic the Hedgehog was originally 10 years old. He stayed that age until the release of Sonic Adventure, where his age was changed to 15. It has remained that age ever since. -Comic Series Sonic the Hedgehog is currently 16 in the comic book series. The first Sonic game, simply titled "Sonic the Hedgehog" was created in 1991, making the series itself about 20 years old. (2011)
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It is a strip carrtoon, several panels per day- a lengthy story can thus be serialized but this is not too common at present. All of the comic strips in the Jersey Journal are humorous and laugh at the end of the panel things. This contrasts with adventure strips such as Brick Bradford- which could keep a basic plot alive for months! something has jhappened to dumb down cartoons.
In 1837, "The Adventures of Obadiah Oldbuck" was published by Rudolphe Töpffer and it is considered the earliest known comic book. Originally published in several languages in Europe in 1837, among them an English version designed for Britain in 1841. A year later it was that version reprinted in New York on Sept. 14, 1842 for Americans, making it the first comic book printed in America.
Sadly, no real comic books or strips were done on the subject, which is a natural for a long-running comic-strip of the adventure variety! I am speaking of the recent Fox animated film of l997. I seem to recall one newspaper did a sort of run-up comic strip as a preview to Anastasia but abruptly cut it off once the movie was available. Don"t bet on it , but possibly the Newark Star-Ledger. characters and…
Honest answer, for a career or just investing to make money, no. The market currently is such that collectors are having trouble just breaking even. This is due to many factors; comic books are now common, over saturation of the marketplace, high printruns, "collectors editions" making rarity obsolete, collected trade paperbacks making older comics easy to get. digital sales, etc.