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Did one thing occur eight weeks in the past that obtained cartoonists desirous about aliens?
Famous a number of days in the past was a trifecta of Close Encounters. The theme continues.
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Guests from different worlds should not uncommon in Brewster Rockit, and the Sherman’s Lagoon story continued to the top of the week.
Then Carpe Diem ran a pair extra Alien Invader panels on Saturday and Sunday.
© Niklas Eriksson
In the present day’s (Sunday’s) Reality Check joined within the enjoyable of alien abductions.
Then, whereas Zippy is unusual, the Pinhead featured a stranger from one other world on Saturday.
© Invoice Griffith
Is it truly an abundance of aliens, or have I simply been inattentive?
Let’s stick to Zippy the Pinhead for an additional minute.
Alert reader High Cat James famous within the feedback of the October 10, 2021 comedian that the panels had been impressed by actual comedian books and recognized the final three as Spooky #8 (1957), Tomb of Terror #15 (1954), and Richie Rich #15 (1963).
Due to the Grand Comic Database web site we are able to present these comedian books.
© Harvey Publications
Origins of the opposite two covers are unidentified presently.
Zippy, after all, was a comic book e book character earlier than he was a comic book strip character.
Prickly City and Big Nate juxtposition of the week.
© Scott Stantis; Lincoln Peirce
Let’s shut with some clever advise for these of us on social media from Liniers and Macanudo.