Harvey Comics was founded in New York city in 1941 by Alfred Harvey after purchasing Brookwood Publication, his two brothers Robert B. Harvey and Leon Harvey began working with him. During the late 1940’s and the 1950’s they created such iconic comic books like: Little Audrey, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Baby Huey, and Herman and Catnip. After which they expanded to create
great newpaper comics such as Mutt and Jeff, Sad Sack, Richie Rich, Little Dot, and Little Lotta. In the early 1980s, Alfred Harvey retired and his company closed down in 1982. In 1989, the company was sold Jeffrey Montgomery’s HMH Communications in Santa Monica California and was renamed Harvey Comics Entertainment. In the early 1990s, it published reprints of the Harvey
Classics until 1994 that people enjoy and read to this very day. We at Circles Magazine pay tribute to them for bringing great comic book entertainment to the masses.