Things and Stuff
Monday Cartoon Day.
Roger Armstrong was a versatile artist, who ghosted many strips in comic books and newspapers. He did stories for Dell's Disney Comics in the forties and fifties and drew Hanna-Barbara characters in the sixties. Inbetween he did newspaper strips that were usually started by someone else, such as Ella Cinders, Napoleon and Scamp. Here is a short run of a newspaper gag panel from 1946 I had never seen before. It is signed Armstrong, but neither the style nor the signature look like Roger's.
This week's game - on the third panel, the caption of the second one is accidentally reused. Myquestion - what would the original caption have been?
Sadly, Alan Holtz's American Newspaper Strips doesn't mention this one. Now I have to go back and see where I got it. And thanks to commenter DD Degg we now have a face with the name.