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A Popeye Tattoo That You Need to See

The bar for Popeye tattoos has been raised big time! This Popeye tattoo, which is credited to Russian tattoo artist, Alina Fokina, is making the rounds across the Internet and getting some well-deserved attention. Her tattoo shows Popeye’s fist extending out and blending into the customer’s actual hand. Genius!

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If you have a Popeye-inspired tattoo that you would like to share, we would love to see it! If anyone happens to know how to reach Alina Fokina, please contact us. We would love to thank her and commend her for her extraordinary body art work!

Popeye and Olive Oyl Inspire Wedding Engagement Shoot

Happy Valentine’s Day! Love is in the air today! Check out how one couple showed THEIR love for Popeye and Olive Oyl in a completely fun, original and creative way. They dressed up as Popeye and Olive Oyl in their engagement photos! Photographer Anne Herbert deserves all the credit for their professionally styled photos. The Inner Harbor setting in Baltimore, MD was the absolute perfect and romantic setting to tell Nick and Delia’s story.

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Popeye and The Argonaut: An 85th Anniversary Story

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Popeye’s first appearance in Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929

It’s rare that the reporter becomes the story but, as we celebrate the 85th anniversary of Popeye’s first appearance on Jan. 17, 1929,  that’s exactly what has happened.

A newspaper arts & entertainment editor in California who was writing a story about the Sailor Man, his creator, Elzie Crisler Segar, and the history of the character contacted us here at King Features for assistance with background information, interviews and artwork. The result? A fantastic cover story on our favorite mariner!

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Argonaut Arts & Entertainment Editor Michael Aushenker and his Popeye cover story

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