Sunday, June 5, 2011

Sunday Funnies - From Across the Decades to Make Your Day Brighter!

If the humor don't get you, the adventure, continuity, characterization, skilled cartooning and writing will. All in brilliant 4 color eye-candy!

Read ON!

Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" from December 6, 1953. The fear of "The Wrecker's" coming is spreading!! No husband kin be trusted!!



Cliff Sterrett's "Polly and Her Pals" from January 24, 1926. And you thought it was tough getting rid of your E-waste! They had their own disposal problems in the Jazz age.



George Herriman's "Krazy Kat" from June 22, 1935. We're always hurt by the one's we love. I'm sure that Jose Cuervo ad on that building is in no way to blame.


Milton Caniff's "Terry and the Pirates" from Dcember 30, 1934. Pat and Terry's escape is foiled!



Feels like Sunday to me!

Talk to you soon.

2 comments:

KW said...

Beeeyoootiful! I love these Abner comics. I have the Kitchen Sink Press dailies, but none of the color Sundays. There's a new run being published and it includes the sundays, but I don't want to buy everything all over again.

Jeff Overturf said...

I'm the same way. These are from a color series that Dark Horse Comics did a few years ago...happy to share them with you an d everyone

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