Either that, or he means Casey Stengel, who was managing the Mets at the time (I think?)
And 100% of political ones.
Dana Simpson has used it before, but I don’t remember anyone else doing it. (Then again, I’ve hardly read everything or seen every TV show ever made…)
Read “Men Are Trouble” by James Patrick Kelly. Or, I suppose, “Y: The Last Man” but I didn’t like that one nearly as much—too long, didn’t do enough with the premise, gave up on it after a while.
Wow, a Millebournes reference at the end. I’d forgotten that game existed.
Reminds me a bit of Edward Gorey, too. Not the art style, but the lettering and the poetry’s strange subject matter.
@jes98, the Sundays are new.
Only on Sundays, I think.
Will you ever show the works of the four previous Ginger Meggs writers/artists, including any of the 1920s-1950s strips by the strip’s creator?
It’s from the artist/writer who produces “Heavenly Nostrils.” This was an earlier strip of hers that ran on an irregular schedule for about eight years. I’ve got the entire collection in hardcover and I’m glad to see it’s going to get more exposure.