Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sunday Funnies!

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm, the Sunday Funnies. That perfect 4-color respite to sate your mind in a black and white world.

Enjoy!

From January 10, 1954, Al Capp's (assisted by Frank Frazetta) "Li'l Abner" and all the men of Dogpatch fall prey to The Wrecker. Mammy is confoosed, but all the men understand...


From February 28, 1926, Paw tries to enjoy the night life, but the cat's out to get him. Beautiful art deco stylings by Cliff Sterrett in "Polly and her Pals"...



From July 28, 1935...another wistful moonlit night in Kokonino Kounty...Krazy pines away.



From February 3, 1935. The Dragon Lady and other pirates keep Pat and Terry as jumping in Milton Caniff's "Terry and the Pirates"...and an American ship will lie in the balance...



Feels good to lounge with out newsprint friends on a lazy morning.

Now GET OUT THERE AND MOW THAT LAWN!

Or don't...

Talk to you soon.

2 comments:

KW said...

Rationing them out once a week makes them even more fun

Jeff Overturf said...

It's the prescribed dosage of the artists. Gives you the real feeling of what it was like to pour through, then have to wait a week for your next ration.

:)

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