On rare occasions Bluto tries to sabotage Popeye before confronting him, such as when he tried to thwart his own defeat by using a forklift to steal Popeye's store of spinach cans and disposing of them in a garbage dump. The name "Brutus" was first used on Popeye-related products in and in print by In yet other cartoons the two characters are closely matched with Bluto eventually gaining the upper hand before Popeye eats his spinach and defeats Bluto. King Features actually owned the name, as Bluto had been originally created for the comic strip. Other times Popeye stands no chance against Bluto in a fight until he eats his spinach.
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September 30, appears to be the first Sunday page using the name "Brutus". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For issue 67 the name "Brutus" stuck with the character. He normally sported a blue shirt and brown pants, and didn't appear to wear any socks.