It’s going to be a little short this week, dear readers. Felix is from 11/23 to 11/29/1936 and this time he is still working for Tanglefoot the detective, but is underfed. That doesn’t stop him from getting on the trail of some counterfeiters, however. In the Sunday, the art may be by Jack Bogle, who drew the Felix daily strip in the late 1920s and early 1930s. It features Kitty and Bob Cat from the 11/8 strip, pursuing winter sports.
Krazy this time is from 5/13 to 5/18/1940, Mimi the Poodle is now a census taker. She has quite a struggle getting Ignatz’s stats out of him.
Patrick this time is from 2/14 to 2/19/1966. In the 2/14, Patrick’s mother makes a rare appearance. Mal, like Charles Schulz in the formative years of Peanuts, hadn’t yet made any hard and fast rules about full size humans in Patrick’s world, but outside of the Psychiatrist and this one appearance of Mom, they became more scarce as time went on.
Don’t forget to boycott Arco/BP. Their CEO wasn’t much help in the congressional hearings was he? BP just doesn’t know enough about oil drilling and safe deep water drilling to remain in business. If you stop buying their products, that day will come much sooner. President Obama can’t do it alone, let’s stop BP from doing this again!
Remember, if you want to donate to Greg Ford’s Fire Fund, just Paypal any amount you can afford to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have almost $300.00 collected so far, thanks to you wonderful readers. Remember, any amount, no matter how small, will help. Greg and his girlfriend Ronnie lost every possession they had in the fire, so put yourselves in their place, and help them if you can! Felix thanks you, Krazy thanks you, Patrick would probably punch you, and most of all, I thank you. Until the next time…