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  1. drickel commented on Li'l Abner 5 months ago

    More rehash. They have a limited number of arcs that they run, they don’t always finish an arc before restarting.

  2. drickel commented on Alley Oop 8 months ago

    You could pretend that the spirit of Christmas is eternal, that people just forgot about it for a while. Or that Oop introduced Christmas to Moo sometime in the 30’s and it caught on. Or that the time machine goes a bit sideways in time as well as backwards. Or that the strip is drawn for people who think it’s cute to believe in Santa Claus.

  3. drickel commented on Li'l Abner 8 months ago

    How about the arc with Adam Lazonga? Then we won’t know if they jumped back or not.

  4. drickel commented on Li'l Abner 10 months ago

    Daisy May’s looking pretty good in panel 1. Was this before Frazetta worked on the strip? I can’t make out the year.

  5. drickel commented on Li'l Abner 10 months ago

    comics**2—a comic inside a comic. I wonder what comic strip Fosdick reads.

  6. drickel commented on Liberty Meadows 10 months ago

    They’re all repeats. Frank Cho has his own web site where he’s rerunning the dailies (not the Sunday strips, unfortunately)—he’s a few weeks further on than gocomics. Check out http://apesandbabes.com/. You’ll have to back up a bit to find this strip. He’s currently on the picnic sequence—you’ll have to back up a bit there as well to see Jen in her bikini.

  7. drickel commented on Li'l Abner over 1 year ago

    Ol’ Man Mose’s time machine has caught them in a chronic hysteresis. Can someone get a message to Gallifrey?

  8. drickel commented on Li'l Abner over 1 year ago

    I suspect Gilligan’s Island invented radioactive vitamins independently.

  9. drickel commented on Li'l Abner almost 2 years ago

    There are probably some copyright laws that would be violated if you did that. Too bad.

    Kitchen Sink got fairly high quality prints when they did their collections—much higher than you’d get from trying to copy off of microfilms. Maybe if enough people pester them they’ll put them back in print.

  10. drickel commented on Li'l Abner almost 2 years ago

    That means that they have 43 years of episodes—well over 10, 000 strips (plus the Sundays). Some of them (like the Gone With the Wind spoof) might have problems being displayed here (although Kitchen SInk managed to publish them).