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  1. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 2 days ago

    I spent a couple weekends this September wearing actual steel plate armor (and not even a full suit—just a gorget, pauldrons, leather bracers, greaves, and a helm), so I sympathize.

    Yes, “Little Nemo” is one of the great ones.

  2. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils 18 days ago

    Democritus and others guessed right about atoms.

  3. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils 19 days ago

    And what has Todd to do with this, we wonders, aye, we wonders.

  4. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 24 days ago

    The debt owed to “Little Nemo” is obvious, but there is just as great a debt to “The Yellow Kid”; Nibsy’s speech is almost exactly like Mickey Dugan’s.

  5. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit about 1 month ago

    Coming awfully close to the plot of an actual “Babylon 5” episode here.

  6. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Richard's Poor Almanac about 1 month ago

    That’s not a glockenspiel. A glockenspiel is a tabletop instrument like a xylophone, but with bars made of metal instead of wood. This is a bell lyre. It’s mostly played by oboists and others who, when not marching, play instruments unfit to march with.

  7. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    King Bela I died in 1063, not 1603.

  8. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Never been to Des Moines, but Dubuque was cool when we visited last year to see a production of my wife’s play, “Like Music”.

  9. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Gray Matters about 1 month ago

    It’s a great relief to turn 65 so that you know for sure.

  10. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 2 months ago

    Disney had topless centaur girls in “Fantasia”. The rules for breasts are complicated. (In real life, too. More or less topless fashions were to be seen in Elizabethan England and in Napoleonic France.)