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I caught this scene around the corner from my house while taking a walk. I think we've all felt like that squirrel:

(Yes, I have been told. That's a hawk and not a falcon).

When I was a little kid in the 50s in the Los Angeles area I would see ancient cartoons (that I didn't know were ancient) featuring Betty Boop and Felix the Cat. The Automobile Club regional magazine Westways always has a single page historical bit at the end of each issue. The Fall 2021 issue had this article about Felix the Cat and his namesake car dealership, both over 100 years old now. It is pointed out that Felix predated Mickey Mouse. The color image of the sign is from Felix Chevrolet's Facebook page.

"Men aren't evil, mostly, they're just ignorant... Individual men might be inherently evil, but mankind, as a mass, is not... This country must live with the kind of justice it dispenses... Out of that determination will come its future." 

The series I would write if I could. These aren't all to scale -  for example, Servo should be a good deal smaller (1'11'), and Torterra should be a lot larger (7'3').

Richard Willis said:

I had the opportunity once to buy it for 30 bucks.

Surprised to see Froppy in there. 

The Baron said:

The series I would write if I could. These aren't all to scale -  for example, Servo should be a good deal smaller (1'11'), and Torterra should be a lot larger (7'3').

She's always been my favorite  MHA character,

Randy Jackson said:

Surprised to see Froppy in there. 

The Baron said:

The series I would write if I could. These aren't all to scale -  for example, Servo should be a good deal smaller (1'11'), and Torterra should be a lot larger (7'3').

I never bought Hulk 1-6 from the rack. Years later I bought them as beaten up back issues. #1 was "poor" ondition I think. The article makes it clear that copies of #1 in decent condition are unheard of, which is why this one stands out.

Jeff of Earth-J said:

Richard Willis said:

I had the opportunity once to buy it for 30 bucks.

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