I’m just happy to see you. Oh, you mean in THIS hand!

(From "Black Cat" number 1, 1946.)

8 Responses to I’m just happy to see you. Oh, you mean in THIS hand!

  1. 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…

  2. 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.

  3. Maybe he’s only talking to, er, one part of the woman, Blackjack.

  4. What’s new, Pussy Cat, oh ohohoh?

  5. what about the one in his pants

  6. Dan Gonzalez

    I thought the term “gat” was a newish urban slang thing. Very suprprised to see it in a 1946 comic book.

  7. @X-Stacy: Hmm, an excellent point you raise. I think I’ll go be disgusted now.

  8. @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!