Assessing the Your Hit Parade Cast

Odd Things You Come Across During Home Renovation

Nobody under, I dunno, 40 will know what this sketchbook drawing from 1982 is talking about.

Sorry about that, kids. I’ll cater to the Youth Vote another time.

Two quick notes to my blog readers

1. Sincere thanks from Eddie and me for the condolence notes left in the blog’s comments section last week, as well as for similar messages that have reached us by other routes.

2. I’ve lost so much time due to Evelyn’s death (and pressing work that got sidetracked because of her passing) that I may not be able to compose blog entries of any substance for a week or two. To avoid leaving a dreaded BlogVoid during this period, I’ll probably throw up raw, obscure artwork from my past for your amusement occasionally—like the sketchbook drawing above.

‘Bye for now.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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One Response to Assessing the Your Hit Parade Cast

  1. Murdoch says:

    I love your old stuff, Howard. Sorry you need an excuse to drag it out.

    Yes, “Your Hit Parade.” “Snooky”? What was that about? I did a couple of music programs on local radio, so I was aware of what was up and what was down. Mainly I remember Rosemary Clooney’s “Come On A My House” blasting from the jukebox the summer I worked in a PX at Fort Sill. I’ll never get it out of my head.