Saturday, May 21, 2011

Craig Yoe Comic Strip Sirocco - Unca Jeffy's Toy Box!

Continuing from last weeks peek at the nifty Craig Yoe Studios sirocco figurines of classic comic strip characters that were distibuted by the smart folks at Dark Horse Comics and continuing pimping the new "All Color Sunday Funnies" right here inside my head, here's a look at a few more!

From George Herriman's "Krazy Kat", everyone knows Krazy loves Ignatz Mouse who does NOT love her back, but Offica Pup does. Here he's got his standard "Move along mouse, and stay out of Kelly's Brick Yard look. See 'em every Sunday right here.

"Hully Gee!" Here's he very first newspaper comic strip star ever, Richard Felton Outcault's Mickey Dugan from right outen Hogan's Alley, "The Yellow Kid"!

Everyone what has any sense already knows, my blogger buddy Thomas Haller Buchanan celebrates the wonderfully talented Walt Kelly regularly in his blog "Whirled of Kelly" which covers all of Kelly's work, including the land of Pogo Possum in the Okefenokee Swamp. Here's Pogo's pal, "Albert Alligator"!

The king of fantasy art in the comics, master of design and perspetive, innovator in animation Winsor McCay is represented on my library shelf with "Little Nemo in Slumberland"! You can check out all of his adventures in high-res scans at this h'yar web page "The Comic Strip Library"!

And finally for today's batch. Everyone knows my love for the epic work of Harold Gray and his famous little redhead, "Little Orphan Annie".

More next week.

Talk to you soon.


Marco said...

U suck. I want those.. gimmie! gimmie!

Lysdexicuss said...

These statues all do a great job of capturing the spirit of these great characters. That Little Nemo is so cute !

Gabriel said...

Hey Jeffy, how much are you asking for that Offissa Pupp figurine? Love it!

Jeff Overturf said...

Marco: NO!

Lysdex: They all have a great feel to them.

Gabriel: Sorry, they're not for sale. Offica Pup I got off of ebay fairly resonably priced. There are also Krazy and Ignatz figures, which are usually priced quite a bit higher that I've never gotten.

Gabriel said...

I know, I know. It's a hard Life :)

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