I remember, when younger, almost the only food I had in the house was a pyramid stack of SpaghettiO’s. For lunch I’d take a can and a can-opener.
Healthier than cake, perhaps, but not much.
From the start i wondered: if she doesn’t speak, how would they learn her name? Originally I think I had them looking for her name written on the tag of her shirt, with obvious brief errors in judgement: “It looks like her name is ‘Fruit of the Loom’ .”
One of the most striking things I notice in the first strips is how the cast members have visually changed. Dee’s body filled out to match her head, and Ted became bigger, less furry, and his nose grew (but not his snout). Strange to watch comics evolve like that, even when you’re on this side of the pen.
Welcome back (and welcome new!) Little Dee began it’s run exactly 6 years ago, to the day. Upon request, I am running it again: this time with larger images (for better resolution), with some annotation, and with some of the early strips which have not been listed “for sale” will be now made available.
And, just because there are not enough comics all-things-Baldwin, today I am also beginning the re-run of my daily comic strip Bruno, which ran for eleven years starting in 1996. (Bruno has some adult content).
And lastly, don’t forget to read my current comic Spacetrawler, which runs Monday and Wednesday (which also has some adult content).