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(From "Black Cat" number 1, 1946.)
Ok…. Nothing AT ALL to do with the subject, but I just want to leave this little message as a short farewell and see you soon… I’m leaving for a trip so won’t be reading/posting for the next two weeks. later y’all…
See you later Worf, have a safe and fun trip!
On-topic: That’s a feline mask? Looks more like a beeline mask, complete with antennae.
Maybe he’s only talking to, er, one part of the woman, Blackjack.
What’s new, Pussy Cat, oh ohohoh?
what about the one in his pants
I thought the term “gat” was a newish urban slang thing. Very suprprised to see it in a 1946 comic book.
@X-Stacy: Hmm, an excellent point you raise. I think I’ll go be disgusted now.
@Dan Gonzalez: “Gat” meaning a gun (short for “gatling gun”) dates back to at least 1904, maybe earlier; “gatlin” was shorthand for any gun as early as the 1880s. The more you know!