Category: Humour

Scrabble babble & oodles of Doodles

Scrabble Is Latest Game Craze New York.  Right here in the middle of the television age, a parlor-game craze is sweeping America. All the wise...

Bluegum and Rumpus Bumpus

  When koala Bunyip Bluegum first leaves home due to his Uncle’s whiskers; he can’t decide whether becoming a ‘Traveller’ or a ‘Swagman’ would suit him...

Geared to unsheared beard

Two Hairy Subjects A BEARDED WOMAN In the Anthropological Exhibition recently held by Mr. J. B. Gassner, in Munich, was a bearded lady known as...

Cheeky

Set Against Him

LONDON, Thursday. — A London divorce court yesterday came up against a new complaint — television cruelty. Robert Scott complained that his wife Jean was...

Robots and Rucks

The Mechanical Footballer Some time ago the English papers announced the invention of a “mechanical bowler.” We pursue the idea still farther. Why not have...

Fashions Of A Century

FASHIONS OF A CENTURY (1900, December 29). Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 – 1931), p. 4

Plastic Man and Woozy Winks

  Plastic Man is probably my favourite comic book character. Jack Cole created him for Quality’s ‘Police Comics’ Issue #1, in August 1941. Plastic Man...

Lips and Arsehole

Amongst my cartoons on this site are some devoted to the illustrious Saveloy! The Sav is jokingly referred to here in Oz as being made...

Us Fellas

Jim Bancks first drew his “Us Fellers” comic strip in 1921 and changed its name to “Ginger Meggs” in 1939. It soon became Australia’s favourite comic strip and...

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