|Were there movies made for the Archie and Blondie comics?|
I mean the comics are too good but I never heard a TV or movie version of them...
|There's a live action grown-up Archie movie: www.imdb.com/title/tt0099054/|
And there were a series of 28 Blondie films in the 1940s: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blondie_%28…
|What is Blondie Bumstead's maiden name from the Blondie comics?|
First person to answer correctly will receive ten points!
|Where do I find the Blondie Comics archives?|
There's one for garfield, one for Calvin and hobbes, etc. But I haven't found a website that hold 77 entire years of Blondie comics. Does anyone know?
|look at This site under recent strips I went back to 2002 before I stopped. I don't know how far they go, but this is a good place to start. Enjoy|
|Where can i download blondie comics?|
i really want to download blondie comics. any sites where i can download and i want to download them not read them on a site
|What is Dagwood Bumstead's job at J.C. Dithers and Company in the "Blondie" comic strip?|
I have been a fan of the comic strip ever since the late Chic Young drew it. I also remember the old black and white "Blondie and Dagwood" movies starring the late Arthur Lake as Dagwood.
|Mr Dithers runs a construction company, Dagwood handles the contracts.|
|How much do artists make who do comics for the newspapers?|
(Like Garfield, Blondie, Dennis the Menace, Family Circus, etc.)-my goal in life is to do comics like them, I've got several comics in a book but don't know where to start...
|Depending on how many issues they print and how often they get printed, they usually get about 100 each comic they write.|
The ones you mentioned, like Garfield, Dennis the Menace and Blondie, are not newspaper comics. They are just comics that are being used in the paper. The authors of these get a few hundred each comic.
|Blondie, the comic, used to be a flapper?|
Where can I find her as a flapper online?
|At the official Blondie site, natch|
|Can someone explain the plain brown wrapper reference in the Blondie comic strip?|
Did anyone read the Blondie comic strip on Sat, Dec 15? I don't understand the joke or the reference can someone explain it to me? The strip opens up with Blondie and Dag at the movies. They see a movie poster for Steamy Steam. Adults only. Dag asks the cashier - How adult is that movie anyway? The cashier replies - Let me put it this way...we have to serve the popcorn in a plain brown wrapper.
I've read this comic several times but it isn't funny, I don't get the reference. Can someone please explain? Thanks
|Actually, this used to be a selling point (and probably still is) for buying dirty stuff through the mail. "Arrives in a plain brown wrapper." Eventually it became a colloquialism.|
|Help settle a bet with my wife & I, In the comic Blondie did Dagwood ever end up in any of Blondies Clothes?|
I say no way, never but she believes he has worn both a dress and even a nighty.
Any Blondie fans out there?
|This is so funny yesterday the subject started with a post and someone did answer , that Dagwood did wear Blondie's clothing ,so it must be true l.o.l She win the bet, I hope the bet was if she wins you have to wear her clothes to mow the lawn ha ha|
|When did the " Devil and Angel" appear on the shoulders in Movies and Comics?|
I was reading Blondie in my local news paper last week and there was a Devil and Angel on each of the shoulders. I have seen these before in Movies too,so when and/or who started it?
|Not sure who actually first penned the idea but I remember it back in really old cartoons from the fifties or sixties. So longer than that|
It is a idea borne of the fight between your inner voices of consciousness. One good one evil.