Nancy and Sluggo: The Final Chapter

While I can recognize the special and bizarre genius of Ernie Bushmiller I’ve never been able to take much of a liking to Nancy and her pals. So when I came across this horrifying house ad for Comics on Parade #69 I knew I had to share it. Any strip that depicts those miserable little urchins getting gacked is okay with me.
Sparkler #91 (Jan-Feb 1950).

5 thoughts on “Nancy and Sluggo: The Final Chapter

  1. Yeah, but why is that kid telling his friend exactly where they are and what they’re doing in the first panel? I mean, presumably they both know. Was it a surprise for his birthday? Had he suddenly recovered from amnesia?There’s a story there.

  2. That’s weird, but not quite as weird as Jim Scribner’s “Theatre Group” over at, where he depicts Fitzi Ritz complaining about how hard it is for a single Jewish girl to raise a mulatto child on her own:

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