Nancy by Guy Gilchrist


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  1. AtomivDog

    AtomivDog said, about 23 hours ago

    Did you know that most Hanna-Barbera characters wore collars and ties so that it would make it easier to animate their heads?

  2. The J.A.M.

    The J.A.M. said, about 23 hours ago

    Sad but true.

  3. jnik23260

    jnik23260 said, about 22 hours ago

    Hanna – Barbera was minimalist animation. Many of their cels were of just one body part!

  4. don  bearden

    don bearden said, about 22 hours ago

    I am nearly 73, so I recognize the old TV shows and every so often Jim hits the nail on the head. I read the first three panels yo my wife and middle-aged daughter and my daughter said the same thing Baba Louie did without even seeing the strips. You’ve given me some great hours of observations, Jim. Thanks, my friend and God bless you for your alertness and courage to speak up in such a friendly way.

  5. blunebottle

    blunebottle said, about 22 hours ago

    “Hey, Baba Louie! Y’all right?”
    “S’alight” [slam]

    Anybody have a clue what the inspiration was for that little ending exchange? Hint: think of a certain early popular variety show.

  6. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, about 20 hours ago

    Good observation, Mr. Gilchrist.

    About 5 years ago I quit watching most TV. Just couldn’t handle the violence and other garbage. I watch METV while running or watch an old disc while running, but that’s about it.

  7. yardlet6

    yardlet6 GoComics PRO Member said, about 18 hours ago


    Senor Wences. Also the Mexican dub of Quick Draw was supposed to be really classic.. Quick Draw as a dumb Tejano and Baba Louie as a chilango(Mexico City person).

  8. Old Timer

    Old Timer GoComics PRO Member said, about 15 hours ago


    There is a lot of good programming on Hallmark, the History channels, Science, HGTV DIY and a few others.

  9. TXPAScot

    TXPAScot said, about 15 hours ago

    BOOM! (So to speak…) Nailed it, Mr. Gilchrist!

  10. IGoPogo4

    IGoPogo4 said, about 14 hours ago

    El Kabong!

  11. saddenedby

    saddenedby GoComics PRO Member said, about 14 hours ago

    the difference of ‘cartoon’ and ‘real’
    i wonder if the viewing of the ‘real’ is the cause of a lot of the disconnect and non-interaction of people today with the real world around them?

  12. Mark Gerkey

    Mark Gerkey said, about 14 hours ago


    You might be on to something.

  13. Ron

    Ron said, about 13 hours ago

    ISIS is on the way.

  14. Rightwingmoron

    Rightwingmoron said, about 13 hours ago

    In the 1950’s. you had Dr. Wertham infantilizing comic books, to protect children from bad things. Somehow the whole idea of sparing children from imaginary violence on cartoon shows, has evolved into today’s Social Justice warriors working to stop people from having access to video games they find distasteful. It seems no generation is safe from social do-gooders who wish to protect us from ourselves.

  15. JLG

    JLG GoComics PRO Member said, about 12 hours ago

    Sorry, Guy, but this just isn’t accurate. If this were any time from the early 1970s to the late ‘80s, when these ultra-draconian restrictions were placed on TV cartoons and old theatrical shorts were being censored on network broadcast, this strip wouldn’t be all that far from the truth. But longstanding restrictions against violence and slapstick were blown down HARD starting in the late ‘80s and especially in the early ’90s, as the watchdog groups lost their teeth and more and more series began to break free of the shackles. And it’s all been a steady “escape” process ever since. This strip depicts a reality that isn’t true anymore, thank goodness.

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