I cannot read this, the type is tooo small, evenwhen enlarged, still tiny and blurry. I have not hadany problem reading my other comics, just this one. Thislooks like a size 8 font, maybe smaller??
P1 – Annie, by Jay Maeder and Alan Kupperberg / Daily News / Mayor Mikes Meets With Irwin Hasen / Believe this Amelia? Not a word in the papers about that bookshop business!P2 – Yep, got to hand it to those federal guys! They sweep up pretty good. Guess the local cops never even heard about it.P3 – Leaving New York, Annie and Santiago catch a newscast. / And in Brooklyn, police are investigating the savage beating of a reputed mob soldier.P4 – Muffler shop kingpin Bernard Krapotnick is in stable condition at … / Krapotnick? What? / Omigosh! That’s Boo Boo!P5 – Packing can wait, Kiddo! Let’s go visit out pal! / You bet! We’ll stop and get him some cookies!P6 – I tole ya, I dunno his name. He’s just Jimmy … I sorta had him off da books … ya know how dat is … / Yeah, we know! Tax collector might like to hear about it, huh!P7 – Aw, youse guys … / Come on, Boo Boo, make it easy on yourself. / Well, who are you fillies?P8 – Oh, we’re from the Volunteer Friends, Detective. Just making our rounds. / Yeah? / Yeah! Have a macaroon? / Oboy! I love macaroons! / Jay Maeder and Alan Kupperberg 5-26-02P9 – Stolen vehicle is abandoned off West 44th Street.P10 – Shoulda had 200 grand in my pocket right now! And look at me here … Hey you! Gimme a dollar! / Er … er … / Yeek! Give it to him, Albert!
Morning, Anniephans!Glad to know Boo Boo’s gonna be okay.In answer to yesterday’s question, Boo Boo was first introduced on 11/8/2001. The story was called “Sleeping With the Fitches” and began on 10/28/2001.
Here’s the link to Annie 2004 .
thanks for the transcription David. We’re fortunate to still have Annie (twice) daily!
Thank you davidf42.