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  1. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    Yes, perhaps we should give our feature a PG-13 rating! But MK has a point. Let’s not forget the original Brothers Grimm fairy taies before they were sanitized by 20th century story tellers. They were filled with gruesome violence against animals and children…even cannibalism. Though our last installment of The Twinklies is somewhat less violent.

  2. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 2 months ago

    Sorry Kilby, it’s not the scanning, but the GoComics presentation is set up for modern comics which are a fraction of the size and do not need the same resolution as the classics. Yes, it can be frustrating, and we are trying to get some adaptations made, but we welcome the opportunity to present this feature to a broad audience despite the imitations.

  3. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 2 months ago

    I think these kids might be the original Huey, Dewy and Louie.

  4. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    Extra-frothy beer. As usual, Wiki has it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steam_beer

  5. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    Hi Teddi –
    We’ve already posted a few early Kateznjammer and Yellow Kid pages – check the earlier dates on the calendar. More Katzie Sundays coming up in the near future.

  6. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 4 months ago

    Gash David, you must have a big monitor AND good eyes! Well, on a Sunday morning in 1904 there wasn’t much on TV, so people had time to read.

  7. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 4 months ago

    I once tried to read this on my iPad, but it kept turning itself right-side-up. (that’s how i learned how to lock the screen)

  8. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Paris Doodles 4 months ago

    L’omage de Saul

  9. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 4 months ago

    Good eye, Fritz. Denslow was the original illustrator for “The WIzard of Oz” and while relatively unheralded in comics history, he likely had a great influence on cartoonists and animators that followed. In 1901, most comics were of the illustration style of the 19th century, but Denslow’s thicker lines and more rounded characters were to become the norm.

  10. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 5 months ago

    WIsh there was something to be done about the size, but the site was meant for modern comics. Meanwhile: 1- "Me culinary ambitions is at las realized. “Feller citizens, dere’s someting doin” “Is dere—-well” 2 – “Oh! Let me in on dis too?” “Nah, we don’t want girls in this affair” “Yes, Archie, let her in” “Ain’t Pa easy?” “IS he? Put in this phony-graph” ……. You get the idea….the turkey begins “talking” repeating the recorded words the kids said in the first two panels. In panel 9 the parents administer punishment: “Harder, Pa” “Swatch him” “Let me have a whack at him, Grandma.” At the end: “I wish I could sit down” "So do I " “That little exercise gave me a good appetite” “What’s that Grandpa?” “Soft CIder” And the banged up phonograph next to the tiger-skin rug softly buzzes.