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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Super Goof #2 - Conclusion (Dawggone!)





Gawrsh, but scanning these 32-pagers wears a guy out, I don't see
how other bloggers who do it on a regular basis do it!
I might take a few days off, my work schedule is planning on
murdering me in cold blood for the next week or so...

6 comments:

Mykal said...

Prof: You deserve a rest after that great series of posts!

Gepetto solves one of the greatest sociological debates of all time. Nature vs. Nurture for the criminal type? Well, our evil doer here was simply made with a bent mainspring. I always suspected it. Bad guys are just made that way.

Googy: "Gawrsh! for a second I almost forgot! I can save myself!" Hells Bells, I love the Goof!

Tremendous story and post! -- Mykal

prof. grewbeard said...

aw, shucks...

KW said...

This plot has more depth than the plot for the movie District 9.

nicely drawn too. kids back then didn't deserve this!

prof. grewbeard said...

oh yes we did, because back then children were used to entertainment that was pitched at all ages instead of pandering to the basest and crudest instincts of perpetual terrible two-year-olds and the solipsism of perpetual nobody-understands-me-but-my-anime-wife adolescents. we(i?)knew when a comic was trash and when it was quality and enjoyed both as long as it was entertaining and had a positive slant. comics didn't have anything to prove except that they were better than what their detractors would have the PTA believe. i think what i just said makes sense, hope so anyway...

Mykal said...

Prof.: "comics didn't have anything to prove" says it all, and of course the rest makes perfect sense (but my goodness that was a lot of words for you!). I think of the easy, confident greatness of the comic just posted here and know all that comics have lost. Comics today scream "Isn't this really great art!?!?!?" Paul Murry and crew were just out to make great comics on a deadline that would sell, and because they were such artists, they naturally produced art. The kids making comics today get it backwards and comics get lost in flounderings for art.

And, yep, we all knew we were onto a good thing. -- Mykal

prof. grewbeard said...

sometimes i get carried away, but unfortunately not always by beautiful amazonians...

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