Tuesday, September 19, 2023


Wednesday Day Wonders. 

Just one page, but so much madness.


Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Ha! Indeed!

Tuesday Good Newsday. 

I am always interested in finding new published material by the rgeat cartoonist Al Hirschfeld.And although there are several book collections of his work, I always have the impression that not even half of his work has been collected. Here is the first chapter of the novelisation of the book Westward Ha! by S. J. Perelman and illustrated by Hirschfeld in the woman's magazine Redbook (which is now available on The Internet Archive for those years). There was a book made from this, but from what I can see, I am not sure if all the drawings were used or even if some of them were redrawn. To start, I pulled the first chapter, which also happens to be from one of the few color issues on that platform.


Monday, September 11, 2023

For The Fun Of It

 Monday Funday.

I was going to do a post about some interesting new stuff I found on The Internet Archive, but when I typed the title above, I remembered I still have two issues if the Philidelphia Inquirer Fun Book ready to be shared. Here is the first one. For more explanation click the link to see the others.

Tuesday, August 15, 2023


Tuesday Cartoon Carnival 

Over the years my posts here have become longer. It also means that sometimes I take a bit longer to get everything ready. I am currently working on three interesting series which will only work if I share a year's worth of Sundays. In the meantime, here is a set of Crcak-Up cartoons from very contributing cartoonist except Virgil Partch. Crack-Up was a daily cartoon series from the leftwing New York PM magazine, with six different artists each contributing one day. In the past I have shared many of these, especially those by Virgil Partch, who usually filled the Sunday slot (PM did not have a saturday edition). 

He did this for six years, which at one a week could mean he did 300 original cartoons. Except that he did not always contribute. To find out how many times he actually delivered a cartoon, I have started anew from a fresh newpaper source. That means I would have a long way to go before I can share muy findings. I do get cartoons by some of the otehrs now and then and I have collected those here to clean up my files. There may be some doubles, I have shown before, but it is the only way to thoroughly clear up everything.


Saturday, August 05, 2023

You Can Run Or You Can Fight

Sunday Al Williamson Surprise. Moving onto CHeyenne Kid #11, for a two part story by Angelo Torres and Al Williamson (and not even the only work they did in that issue).More distinctive Williamson stuff here than in the previous one,s to my eye at least.