Cartoons: Mountaineering Madness

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“Fenton’s gonna feel that in the morning.”
Jerry Marcus
September 19, 1959

 

Al Johns
September 17, 1960

 

William O’Brian
August 20, 1960

 

“That does it! Let’s turn back!”
John Gallagher
August 20, 1955

 

“Why didn’t we think of that?”
Scott Taber
August 10, 1957

 

“No, you may not borrow my knife.”
Al Johns
July 27, 1957

 

“Good grief. How high are we?”
Joseph Zeis
September 24, 1960

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  1. The 2nd one here by Al Johns is my favorite of this group. The idea of a man in a bird’s nest like this is so degradingly beautiful, I’m speechless Post editors. Then we have number 6 down (also by Johns). What a predicament to be in. No wonder I’ve never gone in for risky adventures. Everyday life we can’t avoid is dangerous enough nowadays.

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