Friday, March 25

Friday Kat Blogging


Anonymous said...

Hooray for Krazy Katblogging!

Anonymous said...

props to you, doghouse,for posting a krazy kat pic.

James Briggs Stratton "Doghouse" Riley said...

Krazy doesn't come up in conversation much; now and then you'll meet somebody who remembers the old King Features cartoons (which were remarkably well done) but not many folks know about George Herriman's originals.

I was lucky enough to get Volume 2 of The Komplete Kolor Krazy Kat, which was supposed to be a seven-volume set but the publisher went belly up. It and The (London) TimesAtlas of the Second World War are my two most cherished coffee table books. Fantagraphics Books is now bringing the strips out in chronological order in a large paperback format.

Tlachtga said...

Now THIS is a kat blogging I can get behind.

Anonymous said...

more props to you, doghouse, for mentioning fantagraphics, a publishing house that does a very, very good job of preserving comic art in all aspects.

Alex said...

- Why is "lenguage", "Ignatz"?
- Language is, that we may understand one another.
- Is that so?
- Yes that's so.
- Can you unda-stend a Finn or a Leplender or a Oshkosher, huh?
- No.
- Can a Finn, or a Leplender, or an Oshkosher, unda-stand you?
- NO-
- The I would say, Lenguage is, that we may MIS-unda-stend each udda.

Anonymous said...


I grew up with the Kat; he (?) or she (?) was one of my father's favorite things in life and so I learned about comic strips from a couple of old hardbound Kollections of Krazy Kat.

Bless you for putting up a Ketooon.

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