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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. MJ Emigh commented on Gasoline Alley 7 days ago

    That’s a pretty colorful B&W dream!

  2. MJ Emigh commented on Gasoline Alley 9 days ago

    Thanks. I’m not finding it, though. 2/14/22 is apparently the day that the gift was left on the doorstep. I tried a year later, but can’t find anything online. Guess I shoulda bought the books, huh?

  3. MJ Emigh commented on Gasoline Alley 9 days ago

    So, this is a copy of a drawing that was in print? Do you know the date? I’d like to look it up, just out of curiosity.

  4. MJ Emigh commented on Gasoline Alley 10 days ago

    I hope Rachel is OK. She looks rather pale, don’t you think?

  5. MJ Emigh commented on Gasoline Alley 14 days ago

    I think the Fountain of Youth story, as cool as it was, killed any link to the past of GA. Besides….Skeez never knew Doc, Avery, et al.

  6. MJ Emigh commented on Nancy 14 days ago

    Sluggo’s popped hat still kills me all these years later.

  7. MJ Emigh commented on Dick Tracy 14 days ago

    Makes me wish I was an “Annie” fan. Or at least paid attention….

    I have no clue what’s going on. The empty eyes do ring a bell, of course.

  8. MJ Emigh commented on Gasoline Alley 20 days ago

    With wrestling, it’s now well known that it’s scripted. 50 years ago, that wasn’t the case. There were still lively debates over “real or fake.”

    People want to think that hyposis shows are real, so let them. The entertainment value will be zero once the public understands what goes on. For now, they can be a lot of fun.

    I’m just amazed that Gasoline Alley has a theater that big that sells out for this type of act. I heard that next week, they’ll have a plate-spinner on the bill!

  9. MJ Emigh commented on Dick Tracy 20 days ago

    Anyone recall Vera’s last name? I’m pretty sure that Alldid is his middle name.

  10. MJ Emigh commented on Nancy about 1 month ago

    Hmmm….I don’t recall that dress code. Oh, wait; grey suits! Even for the ladies like Ayn Rand.