I’m trying something different. Every Friday, I’m going to run one of my old Last Kiss comics that originally appeared Comics Buyer’s Guide (CBG.)
Most have never been reprinted. (A few will be in color, but most not.) I hope you like ‘em. If so, I’ll keep running them on Fridays.
And here’s the link to the original art:
Yes. Yes. Yes. First class. Not so far. Rhumbas come closest. No. The Shadow knows
I know one thing that changes in comics. When I was young, comic books cost a dime. Today, $4!
I think it’s a great idea, John! Happy New Year!
Actually things change in the comics big time. Check out any comic from the sixties and one now. They have redone most of them to death. Only the names are the same.
Day 1 in Epistemology class.
Rhumbas are Cuban dances or the music that goes with them. Did you mean Roombas?
Is Dr. Quackflap related to Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush?
Holy shmoley, this reads like a Zippy the Pinhead strip, only without any kitschy roadside landmarks.
Maybe Mary just needs to take a single red pill.
Pigs can fly. I just pity the poor TSA agent who has to do the pat-down.
Pluto is the Roman god of the Underworld. The Greeks called him Hades. Scandinavians called her Hel.
I’m always ready for something different, whether old or new!
Love it already. This one treads its way into Bill Griffith’s territory, but with a unique perspective.
Anyone who has tried to keep track of superhero origin stories KNOWS that comics are a constantly shifting reality…
Anyone who has ever tried to keep track of superhero origin stories KNOWS that comics are a constantly shifting state of mind…
I have a T-shirt I love that reads ‘When I was your age Pluto was a planet’ And love the name Dr. Quackenflap. Have met a few M.D.s that deserve that moniker.
June 21, 2014