Saturday, April 22, 2017
Comic Comics #216: Funnyman
A Funnyman comic strip also ran in 1948 but DC Comics was upset with Siegel, Shuster, and Magazine Enterprises using the name Superman to sell their new comic book. That, along with nothing in their lives being particularly funny, brought about the demise of Funnyman in August 1948 and the Siegel/Shuster partnership in 1949.
To be honest, I'd run away too if I saw pants that looked like that at that size.
Also, I'm sure that Hankie Sonata is a life-sized version of that ventriloquist dummy from the Goosebumps books.
"Ow! I've been kicked!"
*criminals look under the table, sees Funnyman, shoots him full of holes*
"Fine consolation." I like my criminals to not only be tough but sensitive and good with words.
What kind of organized mobster doesn't have a gun handy?
Wait. I don't see a "The End" box. Do you see a "The End" box? WHERE'S THE "THE END" BOX??!!