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  1. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 2 days ago

    Outstanding. Can you tell us anymora(heh) about the artist and how long did this strip last?
    And thanks again, what a gem!

  2. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 6 days ago

    One has to wonder if Bartholomew influenced a young Crockett Johnson. There are some noticeable similarities in the drawing style

  3. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 18 days ago

    Outstanding! It is great innovative comics like these that must have inspired the artists of the late ’20s and early ’30s. Thanks!

  4. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 26 days ago

    Pete, regarding the Dean Mullaney interview at TCJ, if need be, I will commit to buying two copies of White Boy. Whatever it takes to make this reprint project a Go!

  5. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 27 days ago

    Very few comics can compare to that brief, brilliant run by Feineger

  6. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 27 days ago

    “It’s only the german dwarf having a smoke”. How many times have I heard that one before!

  7. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 28 days ago

    Pete… Could you fit in just one more Reddy Sunday before you move on. I promise I’ll never ask for anything again until I need something.

  8. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    Sorry to sound like a broken record but every comic strip fan needs to own FORGOTTEN FANTASY and SOCIETY IS NIX. Stunning, indispensable and well worth the investment.. I sweat on a stack of pancakes!

  9. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    For my money, this particular masterpiece belongs on the very short list of the greatest Sunday pages of all-time.

  10. MansellinDistress commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    I am envious of anyone who gets to see these for the first time.
    Sunday Press offers “Forgotten Fantasy” a must-own volume of early Sunday strips—including every Feininger strip!—reprinted at their original size!!!
    AND
    They are having a sale… http://sundaypressbooks.com
    Don’t miss it.

    Every serious comic fan needs to own both “Fantasy” and its companion volume “Society is Nix”