Arrrgh hope you will keep presenting these old gems! And thanks for your efforts at getting these out.
Many thanks Mr. Maresca, I’ve enjoyed this page a great deal.
Noooo!!! Please don’t go!!! This glimpse into the past has been educational and delightful. Please consider posting more!!!
And thank you for sharing all of these great comics!
I really hope this feature returns, even if only to rerun the pages that have already been published. The many previous pages have so much content that they’re well worth exploring again and again.
Thank you so much! These comics have been great fun to read!
It’s been most enjoyable. Some fine selections.
I’ve enjoyed this feature vastly and am very sorry to see it go! Bonne chance!
It has been a fascinating review of the origins of Sunday Comics. So many times the “humor” was difficult to understand, but amazing that back-in-the-day folks got it.
In the 1930s there was a stack of old comics such as these in the farmhouse attic which I greatly enjoyed as a child. This go comic page gave me a much enjoyed chance to revisit such art. I used some examples for teaching visual communication at a major university.
It’d be nice to have a complete run of the Kin-Der-Kids, or anything by Feininger.
In 2022 Peter Maresca partnered with Fantagraphics. I don’t know if we’ll see him again on Gocomics
I wish they would restart this strip.
Someone please press ‘rewind.’
As my friend MJ says, some families had servants, others had daughters.