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Popeye Fan Art

Well, blow me down! Cartoonist David Reddick, creator of the King Features-syndicated comic strip Intelligent Life, drew these incredible sketches of Popeye, Olive Oyl, Bluto, Wimpy, Eugene the Jeep, and even the Sea Hag. The only character missing is ‘lil Swee’Pea, Popeye’s adorable adopted in’fink!

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Tell us which sketch is your favorite in the Comments section!

Popeye: The Original Gridiron Great

Just in time for the Big Game on Sunday, below are a couple of vintage Popeye strips that show the mighty mariner making some serious waves for the opposing team. We reckon Popeye would be a formidable athlete on the football field.

Click on the comic to enlarge the size of the strip.



May the best team win on Sunday!

Popeye and PEZ Go Way Back

Did you know that there exists a very special history between Popeye and PEZ candy?  PEZ began making dispensers in the 1940s, and they were originally very plain and intended for adults who were trying to quit smoking.

Throughout the 1950s, PEZ introduced a number of more playful designs intended for children. In 1958, PEZ introduced the very first PEZ dispenser featuring a popular licensed character. If you guessed it was Popeye, you would be correct!

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