LOAC Essentials Vol. 11: “Cap” Stubbs and Tippie 1945


Written and Illustrated by Edwina Dumm

A delightful year of comic strips starring the lovable shaggy dog named Tippie; his companion, the mischievous young boy named Cap Stubbs; and Cap’s wise Grandma. The strip, which ran from 1918 to 1966, started as a gag-a-day comic, but by the mid-1940s was clearly a continuing saga about homespun life in a small town.

Edwina Dumm was one of the most important woman cartoonists of all time. She was a newspaper cartoonist from 1915 until her retirement in 1966. Her most famous feature—known as “Cap” Stubbs and Tippie—ran under various titles throughout the decades. She also created other canine features, including Sinbad for Life magazine, and Alec the Great.

Edited and Designed by Dean Mullaney / Introduction by Caitlin McGurk / 11.5” x 4.25” / hardcover / B&W / 384 pp / ISBN 978-1-68405-013-0