Tuesday, September 25, 2012

"Knothead Nellie"

She shared the pages on Dizzy Dames #1 (Oct. 1952) with Moronica and Man-Huntin’ Minnie. Let those names might clue you in to the fact that this comic didn't think high of women.

Art by Dan Gordon (pencils) and Lyn Karp (Inks)
I guess she stayed with the Monkeys?

In Dizzy Dames #5 there was "Knothhead Nancy."
She didn't last long either.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Coming soon to Tumblr!

This have been slow here, but I have a good excuse!


I also have an excuse that might make a bit for my absence.

There is a lack on golden age comics on Tumblr, which suports a massive comic fandom. The few that did share golden age goodness Have not posted for months. In an effort to fill in this gap I have started a golden age based tumblr.

I will be linking to other blogs and reblogging whatever golden age comic posts of merit I pass. The content will not be as in depth as it is here, but I will put forth effort to make sure if it interesting and relavent.

This isn't a replacement for this blog, but an expansion in hope to bring more comic fans to the Golden Age.
Edit: In response to some questions I got on Tumblr, I would like to say this is a posting one daily kind of blog until I get a queue built up. Then they it will be three or so a day.