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  1. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley about 2 hours ago

    The wedding party was shown in the daily strip of June 29,1944. Madame Octave, Skeezix’s biological mother was there and she is shown saying, “I worry about you Skeezix.” I think that was the last time she was shown until Jim revived her years later in flash backs. Go to ilovecomix ga1944.

  2. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 3 days ago

    Gasoline Alley The Complete Sundays Vol.1, 1920-1922 is available at amazon. It is an over sized book done to replicate how comics back in the day were printed in full paged 12 panels. Not like today’s shrunken to half that . I won’t quote a price but it’s under $50.

  3. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 4 days ago

    Gasoline Alley The Sunday Strips 1920-1922 is now available at Amazon. The years for 1923-24 will be available in July.

  4. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 6 days ago

    Yes. She was.

  5. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 6 days ago

    Skeezix first met Nina Clock back in July 6, 1936. You can find the actual strip at ilovecomix Gasoline Alley 1936 under ga360706.

  6. 436rge commented on Dick Tracy 19 days ago

    Vera is also the ex husband of Sparkle Plenty Honeymoon’s step mom!

  7. 436rge commented on Dick Tracy 23 days ago

    Yes, when we last saw Annie she did go missing in her final strip. It would be great for the DT team to revive her again even for just a little while.

  8. 436rge commented on Dick Tracy 24 days ago

    Reminds me of that animated series of DT back in the 60’s.

  9. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 28 days ago

    Gasoline Alley Sundays Vol.1 is now available on Amazon for $50.00 it covers 1920-1922. Volume 2 will be ready in July covering 1923-25.

  10. 436rge commented on Gasoline Alley 29 days ago

    Pretty feisty for a woman of 93!