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Hejji was a short-lived 1935 comic strip, the only strip by prominent children's author Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel). Hejji began on April 7, 1935 and was distributed by King Features. It was cancelled before year's end.
The title character was a traveler who, in the first strip, entered the strange land of Bakko, which had whales swimming in water-filled volcano craters and twin goats sharing a single beard. Hejji inadvertently plucks the sacred Trumpet Flower and is promptly arrested.
Hejji was a relatively early work of Geisel's, but he was already using his now-familiar pseudonym of Dr. Seuss and the strip is unmistakably Seussian.
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