Sunday, October 27, 2013

Aha! Ahee! Ahoo!

Hi folks!

Kelly certainly did give us our money's worth for the cost of a Sunday paper (over 40 years ago). He gave us more than a comic book page worth of tomfoolery every Sunday, PLUS such things as a frog in the lower right corner of the opening panel, and lookit! It looks like he drew in a bit of reflection of the Pogo logo (say 'Pogo logo' fifteen times real sounds like the natives are restless in an old Tarzan movie).

Looking this post over, it looks like I got it pretty well cleaned up from bleed-through and mis-registration. I left a few errors just to keep it natural looking.

Oh, BTW, it may look like we've skipped a Sunday 'tween this'n and last'n. But no, it's already been posted somewhere here on Whirled of Kelly. It was a stand alone page, not part of this arc.

Happy Sunday, Kelly Sunday and LLK!

May 16, 1971

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Civic Culture Down the Drain

Hully gee, Kelly certainly had the boyish spirit.

Happy Sunday, Kelly Sunday.

Good morning Hun, LLK!

May 2, 1971

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Wrang Bo Deedy!

Well now, I'm feeling somewhat better, but I need to be honest with you. As much as I love Kelly and his work, I got a little burned out doing his birthday tribute. I looked at so much of his stuff, for so long, that I felt like I needed a break from it. It will all come back to me, I know, because I've been through this before with a number of artists and was able to rise to the top again. But at last I've felt up to doing another scan.

Happy Sunday, Kelly Sunday!

April 25, 1971

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Slalom & Shuss!

Michel Francois kindly sent over the misplaced, mischievously missing page 21 that should reside in the midst of the previous post's sequence, parlezed in French. It's a lively page with Churchy's uncle shussing down the country side.

I think I can get back to an arc of Sunday strips next week. Thanks for your patience!