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  1. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 12 hours ago

    I still keep checking back from time to time. I do hope Kory finds the time to continue the story at some point.

  2. Zarniwoop commented on Little Nemo 2 days ago

    There is film of McCay drawing Flip, the Imp, and Nemo for an animation in 1911, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcSp2ej2S00) at about 0:55, and it looks to me that he went straight to crow quill dip pen without underlying pencil sketches. Hard to know for sure, though.

  3. Zarniwoop commented on Little Nemo 25 days ago

    You’re right. Well, you know how it is when absent-mindedly writing the wrong date after the change of a year; it must have affected cartoonists, too.

  4. Zarniwoop commented on Little Nemo 26 days ago

    Since it’s Nemo’s dream-land, perhaps McCay intended the Princess to be a female extension of Nemo’s psyche. They do look a lot alike.

  5. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 6 months ago

    Obviously you came back to read this after having read The Bogey.

  6. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 8 months ago

    Best of luck with your Poptropica projects, Kory!

  7. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 8 months ago

    … That has a nice “Ring” to it?
    One Punch to smash Rongo, One Punch to crush ’im,
    One Punch to fling ’im far and on the outhouse land him
    In the Town of Skud, where the Embers fly.

  8. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 8 months ago

    I love how Kory drew the boots, revolvers, hat and cigarette suspended in mid-air.

  9. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 8 months ago

    After being orck-smacked like that, it’s no wonder he eventually ended up talking to an empty chair.

  10. Zarniwoop commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 1 year ago

    I want add my thanks, Kory, for a wonderfully crafted, drawn, and told story. Thank you for sharing it with us. It kept us captivated from beginning to end. Brilliant!