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  1. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County about 11 hours ago

    With the wings, is she supposed to be a Victoria’s Secret model? The company was around in 1989; not sure about the model wings though.

  2. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on Cleo and Company about 16 hours ago

    you posted while I was researching; should have left my original without deleting (didn’t see your comment, acknowledging it is from @StelBel, before adding that to the end of my later one, now below yours). Sorry I messed up next week’s.

  3. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on Cleo and Company about 16 hours ago

    Jah (excuse my MN accent/spelling),

                 

    (click for full size, Ctrl-click on a PC or ⌘-click on a Mac, if you want it in a new tab/window) is what GC emailed me (was going to shame the Cleveland Cavaliers for doing that to their mascot — making it homeless).

    This new one doesn’t have the Mundane Pun Monday banner; so, it probably isn’t a mixup, as to when to post it.

    Thought I would post it ’cause I thought the artwork is better, IMHO (quite impressive actually, again IMHO)

    Wait a second, it’s a @StelBel modification of (click for click-to-enlarge)

                 

    found here.

  4. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless 2 days ago

    In real life, the (red-bearded) captain, was an actual captain, and the two women were his sisters. I know that doesn’t answer your question; but, I doubt it was a serious one. If I’m wrong about that, you can find the definition here.

  5. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on Cleo and Company 2 days ago

    If you or anyone else wants to test what happens, the Sherpa strip Snow Sez . . . currently has 991 Subscribers (the only one close to 1K among the Sherpa strips).

    I also wonder what happens, if once you reach 1K, you later fall below that threshold.

    Also, great work on the animation.

  6. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless 3 days ago

    A somewhat enlarged image can be found at Mr. Melcher’s blog entry (yesterday). Again, it is a cropped image (signature at lower left chopped off). A full, click-to-enlarge image can be found here.

    The Captain and the Mate is, as far as I can tell, privately owned.

    Two of the models are discussed here, and in 3 pages of an online book preview, starting here. One of them was featured in a prior strip painting.

    So far, 524 works by this artist have been put online by the Brooklyn Museum, and another 112 works (111 currently have images) by him have been put online by the Jewish Museum. The artist’s bio, Wikipedia page (Google translated French Wikipedia page has more) and collection (many, many more under Subcategories at each level).

    Eighth, of the 10 works, by this artist, that have, so far, appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog, to also appear here (8 total).

  7. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless 3 days ago

    Another work by this artist can be found here.

  8. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 3 days ago

    Thanks. At first, I was going to post

                

    which I also found here. ;-)

  9. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on The Boondocks 3 days ago

    Well, according to Wikipedia it was Franklin Armstrong.

  10. mabrndt GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 3 days ago

    Bone Ripper, the early years: