Wednesday, June 03, 2009


Comic Strip Hocus-Focus

This daily strip of Ray Billingsley's Curtis was the subject of a special redelivery by King Features. The top strip is the one that came on the original proof sheet for the week. King then sent out the second version, telling newspapers to substitute it for the original. Can you figure out what the problem was?

Thanks to Cole Johnson for submitting these.

That was funny. I was expecting a much more controversial reason.
This almost was even more controversial, as it's revealed the next day the "Helping" hand in the last frame is attached to none other than Martin Luther King!
I hope it's the hand on the second panel.
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