When I look in the mirror I see Slap-Happy Pappy.
Who drew for Slap-Happy Pappy?
Is that squirrel thing supposed to be a Dr. Seuss creature
I remember first reading that "Wimpy slaughters a cow" piece in a Popeye collection as a teen. That sumbitch will kill his own grandmother for a burger if he hadta...I'm guessing the Bam Bam and Dino display is part of some cheapo, rip-off mini museum in Baker, Calif or something?
Oh My God! What happened to macabre comics like popeye?! I love how graphic the butchered cow looks!By the way John, what would I have to do to get your permission to name my band The Ripping Friends?
Hello Mr. Kricfalusi, I've been having a blast inking images you've provided on your blog as general practice and my friends told me to approach you to show what I've done.Here's what I've done so far and would like to know if you have any input of your own.http://imgur.com/a/kO6yrThanks a bunch,-Isabelle Smith
Yow. Wimpy was cold-blooded!I know I must have seen that MAN AND SUPERMAN yarn before, but I can't remember the plot! Classic Kurtzman stuff.
1933 - just in case you thought cartoon vore on the internets was some kind of crazy new thing.
Haha! I love the girls in the Slap Happy Pappy comic!
I'm not sure if you've covered of spoke of this artist before... but I recently discovered a guy named Jim Woodring and bought ever book he's made. It's the most trippiest stuff I've seen and more importantly I love his art style.
Neat stuff as usual...thanks, JK! The Popeye piece almost didn't get printed, but Randolf Hearst read it and said "It's Funny, Print it". (from Bud Sagendorf's book on Popeye).BTW, why not propose one of your favorite projects on KICKSTARTER.com? They've raised funding for various projects major studios had little interest in.
The "Slap_Happy Pappy" page looks like Jack "Plastic Man" Cole's work to me.
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