Bronx-born graffiti artist Crash (a.k.a. John Matos) has created a spray-painted mural with Popeye as his centerpiece on an iconic wall located at Bowery and Houston Street in lower Manhattan. If you look closely, you will see that Popeye is swinging his fists through the letters of the artist’s name. Popeye pumps his fist in approval, showing once again that he’s strong to the finish!
POPEYE #10 from IDW Publishing is now on sale! In POPEYE #10, Toar, that big mountain of a man, wants to become an American citizen… but it’s only by going toe-to-toe with Popeye that he can prove he’s got what it takes! Plus: Sappo and Wotasnozzle go on a picnic and meet the scariest ants you’ll ever see! This 32-page, full color comic book was written by Roger Langridge with the art drawn and colored by Vince Musacchia.
To find a copy of Popeye #10, find a comic book store near you by clicking here.
Eighty four years ago today, Popeye the Sailor Man made history when he first appeared in the comic strip, THIMBLE THEATER. The CBS Morning News, hosted by Gayle King and Charlie Rose, were among the first fans to wish the world’s mightiest mariner a “Happy 84th Birthday!”