And a hero-sidekick relationship is born

(From "Amazing Mystery Funnies", volume 2, number 12, 1939.)

6 Responses to And a hero-sidekick relationship is born

  1. Dude…Frogga’s just creepin’ me out. *brrrrrr*

  2. Sure, Frogga. The reason you have nothing to do with women has nothing to do with your poor grammar or bizarre appearance. It’s because you don’t want to bother with them.

  3. And I forgot to turn off the italics…

  4. Um…did he start hanging out with Frogga before or after the women in his life started disappearing without saying a word? Maybe they’re leaving voluntarily. Maybe they’re…not. (But I’m sure that’s just baseless suspicion on my part; I mean, I don’t think Frogga could even successfully say “It rubs the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose.”)

  5. Why do all foreigners in the old comics sound more mentally deficient than of foreign?

    @X-stacy: I think you might be onto something. Given Myro’s insightful analysis of the situation, perhaps he does have more to do with it than he lets on. Maybe Frogga hooked up with the other guy to use him as bait and only pretends to be mentally challenged.

  6. William A. Peterson

    Like I said before, Frogga doesn’t bother with Women!
    Little girls are something else… 😉