Sunday, September 14, 2014


Now, life has been werra werra busy 'round here as of late, which is why I'm late to my "self-imposed deadline" (as Hun phrased it). This strip is the last of its arc, with the following weeks already posted long ago. Golly, I'm running low on my long runs of Sundays. Now, what ever will we do when I deplete the stash?

Now again, sorry I'm late. But I received a very nice email today that I quote here: "You may be a day late now and then, or two or more, but remember you are so good and generous to our little band!—Martin Fass"

Now, that's really nice to think of us as a little band. Thanks Martin, and thank you to the band for playing your parts!

Now, check out that last panel with the old greybeard founder—an unusual reference to Kelly's old employer! And a regular mouse that shows up out of nowhere. 

Long live Kelly!

December 1, 1968

Monday, September 8, 2014

Oh, Such Thrills!

A day late and a dollar short, to quote Kevin's quote. 
Actually no dollars are involved, so better late than never, 
to quote Hun's wisdom. 

This is a nice looking Sunday strip and it's such a thrill to have 
Miss Funlump/Fingerlimp/ Fatlip/ Figleaf still with us.

November 24, 1968

Monday, September 1, 2014

First Get Yourself a Wolverine

Sorry it took so long to post this up, and even then I didn't have enough time to finish cleaning it. I had a good time running around town last night, but now I need to get back to deadlines.

Heh, these guys are such goofballs.

November 17, 1968

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Out on the Town

Hi! There will be a slight dee-lay in posting up this week's Pogo. I'm going out on the town tonite, won't be back 'til way late. Hopefully have it up sometime later on Sunday. Come back, for heavin' sake!

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Is You the Doctor or a Turnip?

Howland and Churchy are kind of like Laurel and Hardy, in their own way, as they tumble through their vaudeville routine.

Happy Sunday, Kelly Sunday!

November 10, 1968

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Anonymous, The Magnanimous

I know some of you have said that if it comes to either not cleaning up a Sunday strip or not showing it at all, you'll take it dirty and disheveled. I jes' hate puttin' em out dirty, so I do a hurry clean if I can, which is what I've done here.

Yippies and Paul Krassner were in the spotlight at the time of this strip. Krassner, having been a founder of the Youth International Party (Yippies), was a potent rabble rouser and was famous for prankster activism. 

This attorney fox guy looks like Seminole Sam, but isn't. And check out the worm's false nose and 'stache mask in the first panel, before he disappears (maybe squooshed under all that excitement?). And that's a pretty tree, isn't it?


November 3, 1968