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Glad to see the time platform or whatever it’s called still looks pretty much the same. Mr. Lemon is giving us surprisingly good art, considering the limited space he has to work with. Good job!
No ranger fu required. All Aragorn had to do was count the boats.
I was sorta hoping, instead of a citation, they’d straighten out the timeline shenanigans and return us to a story about our Alley, Ooola, and especially Doc Wonmug. I’m tired of this world where only Ooola has even an ounce of intelligence. Granted, she was always smarter than Alley, but he was never dumb. And this world’s Doc is so irritatingly stupid!!! I have to go read some Hamlin now.
There’s a tomato pie on the cover of Southern Living this month…
Wow!!! I just found January 1946 in the archives! My dad cut most of the first six months of 1946 Alley Oop (and Lil Abner (Wolf Gal!)) and pasted it in an old geography book. This was my introduction to this magnificent strip and was a really great place to start! I’m going back to reread this and hope that Gocomics has more than my dad had!
YES!!! My dad clipped most of the first six months of 1946 Alley Oop (and Lil Abner) and pasted it in an old geography book. This was my introduction to this magnificent comic! Thank you!
I haven’t enjoyed this comic for a long time. Months. Maybe years. The horror and depression have far outweighed the laughter that originally hooked me. It used to be a balancing act on the high wire but not for a long time. But I couldn’t walk away. My wife did, months ago. I couldn’t.
But this! This is magnificent! I’m not sure it’s worth what I endured to get here, but this one day is wonderful! Thank you, Mr. Neathery!
I haven’t laughed at all this week. I was beginning to worry. Then today: laughed real good today. Worth the wait.
That is the “bard” from Asterix rendered in plastic, bound and gagged to prevent him from making that horrendous noise he calls music.
This is a good start. On a minor note, I’m glad the new artist has done enough research to know that signs in Moo are carved (in English!) on a big rock!