archiecovers:

July 1979

archiecovers:

July 1979

oncomics:

animationresources:

Cliff Sterrett’s “Polly and her Pals”http://animationresources.org/?p=612

One of the great strops of the golden age of comic strips.

oncomics:

animationresources:

Cliff Sterrett’s “Polly and her Pals”
http://animationresources.org/?p=612

One of the great strops of the golden age of comic strips.

de2ekcha2m:

Milton Knight

de2ekcha2m:

Milton Knight

pencilhill:

AoStH Robotnik by Milton Knight

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Love & Rockets #28 (December 1988), Part 3


theblackestofsuns:

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More from that long ago issue. Love the handles on the dresser, the tear in the fabric of the chair, Danita's left foot behind her right ankle, her son's coat and Ray's left hand on the top of his canvas.

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constellation-funk:


(Reprinted in Betty and Veronica Double Digest, Issue #27. Oct. 1991)

"as a bricklayer, you’re a good plumber" is such a stone-cold dis

constellation-funk:

(Reprinted in Betty and Veronica Double Digest, Issue #27. Oct. 1991)

"as a bricklayer, you’re a good plumber" is such a stone-cold dis

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fantagraphics:

Just arrived and shipping now from our mail-order department:
Waiting for the Great Pumpkinby Charles M. Schulz
64-page black & white with spot color 5.75” x 5.75” hardcover • $9.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-772-7
See Previews / Order Now
Linus and his wait for the Great Pumpkin have been a pop culture touchstone for nearly 50 years thanks to the animated television special (“I got a rock”), and it all started in the classic Peanuts strips from 1959-1962 collected in this affordable, fun-sized gift book. Linus’s belief and proselytizing that on Halloween, the Great Pumpkin rises from the pumpkin patch and travels the world bringing presents to good little girls and boys are laughed at by Charlie Brown, derided by his sister Lucy, met with skepticism by baby Sally, and even causes “denominational squabbling” over who’s better, the Great Pumpkin or Santa Claus. Year after year, Linus faces his persecution and inevitable disappointment with either blind faith or Quixotic perseverance. Charles M. Schulz’s homage to the power of idealism and belief makes these some of the most beloved comic strips of all time.

fantagraphics:

Just arrived and shipping now from our mail-order department:

Waiting for the Great Pumpkin
by Charles M. Schulz

64-page black & white with spot color 5.75” x 5.75” hardcover • $9.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-772-7

See Previews / Order Now

Linus and his wait for the Great Pumpkin have been a pop culture touchstone for nearly 50 years thanks to the animated television special (“I got a rock”), and it all started in the classic Peanuts strips from 1959-1962 collected in this affordable, fun-sized gift book. Linus’s belief and proselytizing that on Halloween, the Great Pumpkin rises from the pumpkin patch and travels the world bringing presents to good little girls and boys are laughed at by Charlie Brown, derided by his sister Lucy, met with skepticism by baby Sally, and even causes “denominational squabbling” over who’s better, the Great Pumpkin or Santa Claus. Year after year, Linus faces his persecution and inevitable disappointment with either blind faith or Quixotic perseverance. Charles M. Schulz’s homage to the power of idealism and belief makes these some of the most beloved comic strips of all time.

1952

1952