Not a very impressive debut strip…
Emmy Lou is quite the tease.
Looks a little like a computer was used instead of being hand-drawn.
I’m getting comic is currently unavailable. Not a good start
I remember Emmy Lou. Great strip. Girls shopping? Timeless!!
This is an old strip being revived. Doesn’t make it good or bad, just a fact.
Welcome to the club. Hope the “guys” give you a fair chance.
Cartoonacy…right on. Emmy Lou and Marty Links were cartoon and cartoonist of yr in 1972. Nice to see someone knows!
Emmy Lou is a fresh of breath air in my opinion. Great role model for our young girls today. Love the gag!!!
I love Emmy Lou!! So excited
Welcome to Emmy Lou. A few points.
1. I would have lead with a joke that was not so anachronistic. Or are maxi coats a thing again? 2. Whatever that font they’re using has to be changed. it looks woefully amateurish. Just a step above COMIC SANS. 3. Don’t forget to edit — I’ll (add apostrophe)
I first heard about Emmy Lou on Archie’s TV Funnies in the 1970’s.
Can’t wait to see what else Emmy Lou comes up with!
Well, the strip at four-twenty-five Eastern is better than the one at seven-thirty Eastern…
I remember this strip when it was in those things called Newspapers! Feeling my age now but love the strip! Anyone that says otherwise, you’re free to skip it. :)
It’s a nice cartoon and I tried to read it whenever I could (mainly in re-prints as neither of the Cleveland papers carried it in the late-1960s/early-1970s); but please, GoComics, don’t try to pass this off as “new”.
Wow! How great to see Emmy Lou alive and well! My family loved her. Thanks to whomever activated our good friend. I have told many people just today about her revival and they all remembered her! Looking forward to much more! Go Girl!
Glad to see Emmy Lou back. I think this is a timeless comic and a great model for tween girls. All the best.
Wow! I wouldn’t have expected to see this show up here. I knew there was an effort to try to revive awareness of the character of Marty Links’ work. Guess this is part of it!
Welcome home Emmy Lou. It’s been a long time. You were missed.
Emmy Lou goes all the way back to 1944. It was originally called “Bobby Sox” (for the bobby-soxers phenomenon.)
I thought it was an interesting turn of phrase… if this was first posting, it wasn’t very strong, hope the following posts make me laugh.
Actually, Marty Links was doing Emmy Lou long before the 70’s. I was a teenager in the 60’s in San Francisco, loved Emmy Lou and Marty Links lived around the corner from me.
The one for Aug. 4, 2019 is from Aug, 8, 1956. Could those be put on?