Sunday, May 22, 2011

4 Color Sunday Funnies Like They Used-to-Was!

Curl back in bed kiddoes, it's Sunday and that means four color fun and adventure. And this way you don't get that nasty newsprint ink on yer fingers!

Al Capp's Li'l Abner from November 22, 1953...whut are them gals up to?


Cliff Sterret's "Polly and Her Pals" from January 10, 1926. Get-rich-quick schemes are nothin' new. They had 'em back even in those beautiful art deco 20's.



George Herriman's "Krazy Kat" from June 8, 1935. That eternal triangle under the Coconino moon.



Milton Caniff's "Terry and the Pirates" from December 16, 1934. Terry dreams of pirates and junk(s) and he and Pat are captured by a...a...a WOMAN!



Mmmmmmmmmmmm, don't it feel like Sunday now?

Talk to you soon.

3 comments:

Gabriel said...

If I'm not wrong, that Li'l Abner Sunday might be drawn by Frazetta. It's included in the Dark Horse's "The Frazetta Years" Vol.1, at least.

Jeff Overturf said...

It is indeed. That is where I am scanning them from.

Anonymous said...

Hello Jeff!
Thank you for Terry and the Pirates pages and also for Krazy Kat! I adore them and we don't have them in Brasil. I love comics newspaper comics (I don't know the name in English - sorry!) from the 30 and 40 age.
Alexandre

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