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- Drawer Cards
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- It Came From the Sketchbook
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- Lovin' from the Oven
- Monkey & Bird
- Movie Matinee
- Mrs. Crankipants
- Musical Cruelty
- photo manipulation
- Pixels Versus Pigment
- Step Away From The Pastry Bag
- Stuff Joe Likes
- The Capewell Glass Negative Collection
- The Henry Capewell Glass Negative Collection
- Trash or Treasure
- Truck Mascots
- Visual Metaphors
- What I Miss About Comics
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Category Archives: What I Miss About Comics
Miniature Chairman of the Board?
It seems that everything old is new again.
Am I the only one getting a Ted Bundy vibe from the fellow featured in this ad?
Back before you could name your very own star supposedly all official-like, you could own a Mini-ranch measuring one inch square in the great state of Texas. For two bucks you would get a legal deed to your real estate … Continue reading
I tried to do a search for Velvet Touch LIFE SIZE DOLLS on some of the major search engines and, as anyone would guess, my search came back with an astounding assortment of sex toys. After a few pages of … Continue reading
These collectible Slurpee cups come from the era of flared jeans, Earth Shoes and leaded gasoline. This is back before the internet, home video, video games and other fabulous electrified time-wasters. All that was available was three broadcast networks and … Continue reading
There was a long period in comics where you could always count on ads featuring either fake vomit or artificial dog droppings. I always wondered where this sort of stuff was made. Was it a factory that specialized in novelty … Continue reading
Isn’t that a contradiction in terms?
Sadly, last week marked the passing of a comics giant – Joe Kubert.
Ricky Rotten sent me an article celebrating the 35th anniversary of Radio Shack’s personal home computer the TRS-80 also less-than-affectionately known as the TRaSh-80.