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Wow! I am speechless. This is great work.
Hilarious. People write “LOL” all the time, but I was literally laughing out loud. Where do you dig up these old comics from? Love the old style artwork…priceless.
Thanks, guys. Chuck, I find these old comics and ads all over the Internet, usually starting at Google Images. In the case of this particular comic, the art was from an ad in Popular Mechanics circa 1936 that I cleaned up, and then rearranged the order of the panels and added the balloons and copy. I just wish I could trace the artists to give them credit, but it’s not always possible to find out who drew what — especially in old Popular Mechanics ads.
Fantastic! I love these old comics too. And the way you work with them.