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Dennis the Menace His First 40 Years; Triple X
Dennis the Menace His First 40 Years; Triple X
Suspended Animation Classic #353 Originally published September 24, 1995 (#38) (Dates are approximate) Dennis the Menace: His First 40 Years; Triple X By Michael Vance “SOLD!” shouts the auctioneer, “to the man holding his hand over his little boys’ mouth!” Yep, it’s him again in “Dennis the Menace: His First 40 Years” [Abbeville Press, 220 pages]. Hank Ketcham’s forever-five-year-old has brought a chuckle or a tear to millions of readers worldwide since 1951. It’s no surprise that this delightful collection represents comic strips at their best. Nor is their much surprise in why “Dennis the Menace” is so incredibly popular outside of the fact that Ketcham is one of the greatest cartoonists in the world. Dennis is Everyboy, full of cockiness born of ignorance and inexperience, of endless curiosity and energy. This essential “boyness” is so well understood that readers easily fill in the unwritten and undrawn situations preceding a punchline. As example: A room full of adults hide their laughter behind a hand, or turn away from the embarrassed faces of mom and pop. Hands firmly on hips, Dennis exclaims, “If what I said wasn’t funny, why is everybody tryin’ not to laugh?” Or: Dennis the magician holds out a fan of playing cards as his pop begins to pick one. “Take a card!” Dennis prompts, “Any card!” Not that one!” Or: as pop shows a new wrist watch to mom, Dennis observes, “It don't look unbreakable to ME!” This is the stuff of real life seen through the eyes of a man who loves life and people, the stuff that makes gritty, violent superheroes seem silly. And this treasure was discovered in the remainders bin of a major, chain book store for $2.999, about the price of many comic books! It was probably originally priced at $15 to $20. Highly recommended. MINIVIEW: “Triple X” #3 (of 7) [Dark Horse]. Intriguing power struggles in a future Amsterdam. Quirky, exceptional art, barebones dialog, brief graphic sex, and violence. Recommended for readers who don’t find that objectionable.
Day 149- now put your other left foot in
Day 149- now put your other left foot in
I was a busy little bee today. After I got up and wandered around looking for food, I got dressed up, curled my hair, slipped my feet into some heels and set out for the mall. I got my new watch sized, first. every time anyone does ANYTHING with my wrist, they talk about how tiny my wrists are. Yes, I know. I live with them. But it happens every time. Next, I wandered around Sephora looking for nail polish to buy for a friend. Boyfriend met me there, humored me a little bit by letting me go get an upside down iced macchiato, then we got into the car. OFF TO IKEA! Let me tell you.... one of the best dates we've had. It was our own version of 500 Days of Summer. We walked around, arm in arm, pointing out different living rooms and kitchens, saying what we liked and didn't like, testing couches, teasing each other. We got a call from Terry halfway through. Last summer, we went with Terry, his girlfriend Nicole, and a bunch of boyfriend's other friends. Terry is one of my favorites. He's slightly ridiculous, but that's what's fun about him, i guess? Any, long story short, we decided to go meet boyfriend's crew at House of Blues for dinner.... then we had to find our way out of IKEA lol. House of Blues was fun, even though he confused it for Hard Rock at first. I wasn't supposed to say that though, so SHHH. My line is "we got stuck in traffic." ... he really HATES not knowing where he's going. And then to Terry and Nicole's new apartment, so we could OOH and AAH at all of the blank walls and their BEAUTIFUL kitchen. Oh yeah, and for the guys to do man work AKA lifting the 70 lb TV all the way over their heads and hanging it on the wall. Long nails, stud finders, screwdrivers, dry wall compound, and 2 snuggies later, they finally got it done and we booked out. all in all, good day.

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