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Hello to all the bloggers that still are here from a few years ago when the biggest deal was the blue rock. I don’t come here often anymore except to see if the artwork/story has improved. Artwork slightly, story-it depends on who you compare it to. Hamlin was the best on both counts, Graue was great also, Benders-good artwork but story suffered towards the end. The current folks have poor story that can’t pique interest not saved by lackluster artwork although it improved since they took over.
With his finger. I do it all the time. I stick my finger into an electric outlet and I feel a variation in the electromagnetic force that governs the world. If you rub your feet on a wool rug enough electrons will accumulate in your finger to make your friends dance wildly if you touch their fillings. I hope that explains it.
I only check in from time to time. They haven’t fixed the color issue yet. Why don’t they go back to black and white ink drawings of the past? It’s the story that makes it interesting. The bad color only detracts.
and here is your link to Alley Oop back to 1932. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BxFzQHAkRpqyanhUek10Q1VDOVE?tid=0BxFzQHAkRpqyNDhFVVBIRHQxc1k
three. her last name is La as in Ooo-la La
I don’t think so, Wootie. The thirties Ooola wasn’t drawn so hot but by 1948 she was much prettier, way better than today. I like the one on Jan 3, 1948 where Ooola was terribly disappointed at something.
If you want to see nearly all of Alley Oop from 1932 to 2004… https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BxFzQHAkRpqyanhUek10Q1VDOVE?tid=0BxFzQHAkRpqyNDhFVVBIRHQxc1k
Rent, that is
I guess the bowling alley had size 27 shoes to ent.
Spastic computers, perhaps.