“Popeye: The 1960’s Animated Classics Collection,” the classic (1960) TV version of the adventures of Popeye the Sailor Man featuring the voices of Jack Mercer, Mae Questal and Jackson Beck, is now available on DVD. This highly anticipated release is on sale at Warner Bros. online shop. Order your copy today!
The Time Out editors used the eye-popping artwork, which was painted on the wall at Bowery and Houston Street, to illustrate their story “Amazing Outdoor Art in New York.”
How cool is that?
IDW Publishing has just released Classic Popeye #7!
Ahoy! Emblazoned with yet another great spinach-fueled cover by Bud Sagendorf, it get’s even better inside as Popeye plummets big apes inside. Why, in one glorious, mound-blowing panel, our one-eyed sailor boy wallops 25 ruffians at once! An illustrated text feature, two one-pagers, three hilarious comic book stories and one of those features everybody’s favorite character Wimpy in “Thimble Theater Presents Mr. J. W. Wimpy in a Tale of Brains vs. Work Entitled ‘Who Won’ -or- “The Fleeter of Foot Emerges Victorious”. An archival reprint of Popeye #7 from the Golden Age in 1949. Not to be missed, ya swabs!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
To find a copy of Classic Popeye #7, find a comic book store near you here.