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  1. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 5 days ago

    Two things worth mentioning: the proto-Kat resembles a future Sterrett Kitty more than Krazy
    And
    The strip can be read vertically as well as horizontally… Maybe because of the simplicity of the strip’s premise or maybe because Garge was a genius. Or both

  2. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 23 days ago

    May God bless and keep the Tsar… far away from Fitzboomski!!! Pass the Beef ala Potemkin!

  3. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    Whoa, Uncle Bings is the Josh Shaw of the comic’ page.

  4. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    Can anyone explain the horse drawn wagon in the middle of New York harbor? Panel 4

  5. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    I’m surprised he didn’t offer an extended warranty. Lots of neat little touches like the horse and its reaction to the alarm. Fun stuff!

  6. MansellinDistress commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Ahhhhh…. The secret origin of The Red Rascal

  7. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    I know that sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but….
    This is a peculiar —and pretty damn good-comic.
    The girls look like they are making out. The worker and the captain both looking up the girls skirts. And their reactions:

    ‘Mon dieu!’ and ’It’s all up now.‘Hmmm…
    As they embrace….’Ladies you are in danger’
    And her name is ‘Sophie’. Give me a break.
    I bet boys of all ages lingered on this comic for a while.
    We are going to need to investigate; several more examples, please.

  8. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    What a shame….and a comic intended for a young audience too. Panel 4 is a small treasure

  9. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    Spooning? Wow i thought that was a relatively recent expression. More Anderson please

  10. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    Beautiful, for some reason this strip calls to mind Charles Forbell’s masterpiece Naughty Pete; although I’m not exactly sure why……