World of Warships, has today announced an official partnership with pop-culture icon Popeye the Sailor Man in a special collaboration recognizing World Ocean Month.
Over 100 pages of Popeye art and comic strips, including new art, new comic strips, and art by Bud Sagendorf from the original 40s & 50s Popeye comic books.
Debbie Harry was photographed by Lynn Goldsmith in 1978, complete with a sailor hat, Popeye T-shirt, and thigh boots.
Boss Fight Studio has designed everyone’s favorite classic Sailor Man and his crew are finally coming to highly articulated figure form! Drawing inspiration from the early classic Segar comic strips in an exclusive to BBTS Black & White deco, these figures are sure to delight all Popeye fans!
An irresistible alchemy of screwball comedy, tender romance, and rags-to-riches fantasy, Elsie Crisler Segar’s newspaper comic strip captivated readers of the Roaring Twenties and beyond. And Popeye, the sailor man, was the unlikely star of the show. Fantagraphics is thrilled to bring Segar’s whimsical world back into print, reviving the origins of the beloved spinach-eating American icon for a whole new readership. The E.C. Segar Popeye Sundays series collects the complete Popeye Sunday stories in four gorgeous full-color volumes, each packaged in a deluxe die-cut vertical slipcase.
This hardcover collection celebrates the incredible art of Popeye illustrated by scores of artists over the years with a special focus on Popeye’s Cartoon Club by King Features Syndicate.
Also included are highlights from The National Cartoonists Society’s celebration of Popeye’s 90th year, and a collection of rare cover illustrations by popular counter-culture artists done for IDW comics.
Hermes Press is celebrating the art of Popeye, the longest-living pop culture comic strip character. The Art of Popeye: A Masterwork of the Medium by R.C. Harvey is a must for fans. Popeye was created by Elzie Segar, the character comes and goes like a wave that hits the shore. 2021 is one of those years, another book titled The Art of Popeye Artists and Comic Strippers’: Versions of the Spinach-Eating Superhero edited by comic book archivist Craig Yoe comes out this year from Clover Press.
Popeye will be turning 90 years old in 2019.
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