Science stamps

There seems to be inherently nerdy about stamps and stamp collecting, and back in the 1960, when the world was strictly divided into jocks and nerds, stamps were lumped together with comics and science into the nerd corner.

The ultimate expression of this sentiment must be this obscure newspaper strip that Allan Holtz of the excellent blog, Strippers Guide recently unearthed. Jet Swift And His Science Stamps was a short-lived true fact strip by Art Radebaugh, created after his previous regular feature, Closer Than We Think was cancelled.

It is a strange strip, or rather, a clunky collage of panels that are shaped as stamps, each with a pixie-like narrator explaining what the image shows. It didn’t last long, but it has a strange rarity quality to it.

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