Sunday Funnies Sunday Funnies
"The Sunday Funnies is a quarterly publication containing 96 full-page Sunday pages, full size (22""x16""), in full color, printed in three 32-page sections. It will include Gasoline Alley, Bronc Peeler, Wee Willie Winkie and Kin-Der-Kids, Krazy Kat, Alley Oop, Terry And The Pirates, Tarzan, and many, many more historic Sunday pages, presented in the format that they were originally intended for. Russ Cochran's new publication The Sunday Funnies will feature, in the first collection of its first three sections: the first 7 months of Gasoline Alley Sundays (1920-21), 3 months of Hal Foster's Tarzan (1933), the first 4 months of Alley Oop Sundays (1934), the first 3 months of Bronc Peeler (by Fred Harman) Sundays (1934), historic Hogan's Alley (featuring the Yellow Kid) (1895), historic Crazy Quilt (Frank King, Dean Cornwell, et al) 1914, artistic Wee Willie Winkie And Kin-Der-Kids by Lyonel Feininger (1906), a month of George Herriman's Stumble Inn (1922), and six vintage Krazy Kat Sundays."
by Russ Cochran