Bucky Fixes the TV

Art by Lou Fine from SMASH #30, 1942.

Art by Lou Fine from SMASH #30, 1942. It’s Always Bucky™

Transcript:

BUCKY: Sure we could read the instructions! But I’ve got a hammer! Let’s see what happens!

1942 Art: Lou Fine Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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It’s Always Bucky™

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BUCKY: Sure we could read the instructions! But I’ve got a hammer! Let’s see what happens!

1942 Art: Lou Fine Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

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Bucky’s Up for Chuck

Art by Reed Crandall from SMASH #24, 1941.

Art by Reed Crandall from SMASH #24, 1941.

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SCENE: Bucky is smiling in front of a roller coaster.

BUCKY: Watta great day! Dad and I ate chili dogs…twice! Once just before the roller- coaster! And then later…after we finished barfing!

1941 Art: Reed Crandall Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Life According to Bucky™
It’s Always Bucky™

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SCENE: Bucky is smiling in front of a roller coaster.

BUCKY: Watta great day! Dad and I ate chili dogs...twice! Once just before the roller- coaster! And then later...after we finished barfing!

1941 Art: Reed Crandall Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

Life According to Bucky

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Girls?

Original Vintage Art & Text

 

Art by Lou Fine from The Ray story in Smash Comics #26, 1941. Curious to see more? Click the link to read the entire vintage comic book.

 

 

 

 

 

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SCENE: Bucky–a freckled, red-headed boy–who’s somewhere between 8 and 10 years old, I guess.

BUCKY: I don’t know what sex is, but if it involves girls…yeckk!

1941 Art: Lou Fine Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig

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SCENE: Bucky--a freckled, red-headed boy--who's somewhere between 8 and 10 years old, I guess.

BUCKY: I don’t know what sex is, but if it involves girls...yeckk!

1941 Art: Lou Fine Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig

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Icky Girls

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Lou Fine from SMASH #30, 1942. Curious to see more? Click the link to read the entire vintage comic book.

 

 

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Bucky—a red-headed boy smiles and speaks.
BUCKY: Girls are icky! Except the ones who hate me! I kinda like them!
1942 Art: Lou Fine Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig
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Life According to Bucky™
It’s Always Bucky™

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SCENE: Bucky—a red-headed boy smiles and speaks.
BUCKY: Girls are icky! Except the ones who hate me! I kinda like them!
1942 Art: Lou Fine Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig
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Life According to Bucky™
It’s Always Bucky™


Chili Dogs with Dad

Happy Father’s Day!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Reed Crandall from “The Ray” in Smash #24, 1941.

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Bucky standing in front of a roller coaster.

BUCKY: Watta great day! Dad and I ate chili dogs…twice! Once just before the roller coaster! And then later…after we finished barfing!

1941 Art: Reed Crandall Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky Created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig

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SCENE: Bucky standing in front of a roller coaster.

BUCKY: Watta great day! Dad and I ate chili dogs...twice! Once just before the roller coaster! And then later...after we finished barfing!

1941 Art: Reed Crandall Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Bucky Created by Jack Enyart & John Lustig

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