As I get older, I'm slowly getting rid of things I don't need. But before I do I'll share them with all you nice people.
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Monday, August 17, 2009
Milt Gross was pretty much everywhere in the 20s, 30s, and 40s, and he was one of the first people to introduce Yiddish dialect into the mainstream. He also did a lot of fillers for American Comics Group in the 1940s as well as his own series for them. This is one of the few work-for-hire jobs that I know of. He usually would do "Count Screwloose" or "That's My Pop!" or something else he created long before working for them. ACG also had a lot of "dizzy dames" back-ups in many of their teen and humor titles and he seems to have done a few with characters they created, like this one from THE KILROYS #10
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Much of the material here is at least a generation old and therefore sometimes has racist and sexist standards we wouldn't conform to today. I try, but can't always do a line-item veto. Remember, if something has stereotypes it's posted in spite of them and not because of them. You're not wrong to be offended, think of it like a friend you like hanging out with 95% of the time but once in a while they embarrass you. My own attitude is to move forward.
Many of the images I posted between 2011-2013 were disappeared by the image bank I was using then but I still have most of the scans and am bringing them back slowly. Be patient.
Some people don't realize you can make images bigger by clicking on them or that there are earlier postings beyond this page. Well, now you know. You're welcome.
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SAM HENDERSON has been doing comics, illustration and writing popular among people aware of their existence since his birth, though he wasn't paid for it until 1991. In addition to his own book,The Magic Whistle, clients have included Nickelodeon, New York Press, DC Comics, Heavy Metal, New York Observer,and ...um... Screw. He was a storyboard director for SpongeBob Squarepants in 2001.
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