Give Ted a couple words and he’ll spell ’em for you, sure, but beware, that’s when the c-r-a-z-y starts. This one follows a pretty strict formula week in and week out, but manages to serve up some pretty wild imagery along the way. I’ve posted the first few months, starting with the introductory strip seen above.
Archive for November 6, 2013
Dreamy Dot comes from the mysterious “Hal” and is aimed squarely at the young girls of 1916. She spends a lot of time talking to her dolly and pondering life’s great mysteries such as “what makes a ball bounce?” and “why do schools have rules?” I doubt this is going to rank among anyone’s all-time favorites, but it is cute enough fun for its target audience.
Dreams do come true! It seems like only yesterday I was wondering what those “lost” Dreamy Dave strips might be like and now they’re here for everyone to enjoy. They are pretty much what you’d expect, though the jam page above is a very nice surprise, complete with a photo of Charles H. Wellington (among others). The new Dave strips start here.
Also featured in the above are characters from Dink Shannon’s Sammy Small, as well as his Mr. Pest – Book Agent, John E. Bernier’s Peter Barnum Botts, Ed A. Goewey’s Do You Remember Your Kid Days?, Johnny Gruelle’s Cousin Bud, and Wellington’s Grandma’s Girl.