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Looks like Boog, who was born in August 2004, has acquired whatever Gus and Kathleen have that makes them look like ten-year-olds forever.
I’m actually enjoying the current Alley Oop. It was never in my home paper, so I never got into it, but I thought I’d give it a try. It ain’t Hamlin, but it’s not bad. I do wish GoComics would fix the archives, though—currently all dates after July 1946 return a 500 error. They say they’re working on it, but there’s no estimate for when it might be fixed.
I wonder if Tony Rocky Horror still has that speech impediment.
Judy’s 85 now. When was the last time we saw her in the strip?
Good grief, this is like The Phantom doing a six-month story centered on the guy who brings Col. Worobu his coffee…
No, you are not. Ex-spouses don’t recognize each other?
Oh, for a visit from The Dreaded Candiru…
“The woman I told you to kill showed up here with the most famous cop in the country. So, killing her will make the cop leave us alone.” Interesting logic, there.
The car in that 1969 strip looks like it’s from the early 1950s. I seem to recall Skeezix driving something older than that in the ’80s. It sticks out in my memory because it was an identifiable real-world car—a late-1940s Dodge or Chrysler.