Sunday, August 21, 2011

Sunday Funnies - Double Threat!!!!

G'Morning, Kiddoes! Sunday Funnies time again, and this week a double dose of Capp and Caniff, for all you'se "Li'l Abner" and "Terry & the Pirate" afficianados out there!

Partly cause I know you like 'em, and mainly cause I'm behind on my "Polly & Her Pals" and "Krazy Kat" scanning...

I suppose you've noticed how lax I've been in blog posting of late, and it's not because I've lost interest. In fact, I've got a million things I want to do here. I guess after 2 years of daily posting I just have gotten a little burnt out. I think I may just lay low until after Labor Day as a nice respite.

I'll still be posting "Sunday Funnies" and "Mad Mondays" so you all don't forget about me, but the rest of the week I'll be re-charging the batteries. I look forard to seeing y'all back here.

To all the blogs I follow, I will be catching up (or as Lysdexicuss puts it, "playing ketchup") over the next weeks. Lys, KW, Karswell, Mykal, prepared for a deluge of comments when I do.

Oh...and I'll be back this week for another day to acknowledge a nice little blog award I was granted by Br'er Ivan as well...I'm always honored when something like that happens, and I shant let it go by without a full post to mention.

And Bubba? I haven't forgotten your trade request either...I've let my drawing board get dusty and I promise I'll git going on what we talked about.

Now. Snuggle back under those blankets and enjoy some Sunday fun from back when all Sunday's were fun.

Talk to you soon.


KW said...

I was worried nothing would satisfy me with such a build up on the Li'l Abner story, but this was pretty good. And it's therapeutic to see Mammy punching someone up through the air.

Lysdexicuss said...

yeah. same here. al capp rules. no worries unca jeffy~ i still haven't downloaded all them nemo mags you posted ! maybe this next holiday season, back by the fireplace at me folks homestead. hard to play ketchup when we is all mov'n forward like sleepless sharks !

Jeff Overturf said...

Good to see Capp can spin a yarn that holds up this well. A timeless writer for sure!

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