Barney Boko

Barney Boko

Barney Boko was a fictional character in an early comic strip in "The Dandy". It was about a tramp whose incredibly long nose could be used for anything, from a Christmas tree to a bridge. It ran for seven years from the very first issue in December 1937.

"(source Dandy and Beano: An Alphabet of Fun, published 1996)"

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