It was the strip readers loved to look down on! Dudley Fisher’s lively strip, “Right Around Home,” was a weekly visual treat, featuring a bird’s-eye point of view looking onto a bustling, small-town vignette anchored by the mischievous Myrtle. Hogan’s Alley #18 featured a profile of Fisher and a generous portion of never-reprinted “Right Around Home” strips, but here we present what is undoubtedly the largest single archive of “Right Around Home” strips on the Web. (While some of these images are from the invaluable Rosebud Archives, we also thank the generous online community for sharing most of these images.)
If you want to read the article about “Right Around Home” and the career of its remarkable creator Dudley Fisher, subscribe to the print edition of Hogan’s Alley and receive issue #18 right away!
And while you’re here, be sure to read the other Web Extras for Hogan’s Alley #18: about Harry Haenigsen’s “Penny,” about Russell Stamm’s “Invisible Scarlet O’Neil,” and the cartoon character restaurant menu!