Great retro drawing style! Go Doozies!
I’m so happy to see the return of THE DOOZIES – if I remember, Flaude Gammill did a similar strip in ‘41 using a radio instead of a computer. As long as my granddaughter can keep showing me how to use this internet, I’ll keep reading! Welcome back!
Check out “Tom Gammill” on You Tube and meet the cartoonist!
I vaguely recall one of the first books I ever bought was at a used book store in 1978 called “The Doozies Endorse the BiCentennial” was that your work?
The Bicentennial collection was called “Yankee Doodle Doozie”
and had an introduction by
Eric Estrada, star of “Chips”.
That’s right. Great book. Wasn’t one chapter entitled, “Why the metric system won’t fail in the U.S.” ???
Yes, that was at the same time the Dean Doozie Singers released, “God Bless A-Metric-a.”
How many times a week will the cartoon be published?
The comic will appear Monday, Wednesday, Friday and a new
You Tube video will appear
every Thursday for a few weeks.
My grandfather was really named Flaude and I wanted to tell the world so I decided to say he created the strip back in 1939.
Mr. Trudeau, I’m really enjoying the new simpler style of your drawings. What? Wait, let me put on my glasses.
Hey my Great Uncles name was Flaude Gammill. Did he have a sister named Iva?