Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Episode # 444 - August 16th, 2016

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20 comments:

whiskers65 said...

yay, someone said frosty might come to the rescue. nice iron to the head rudy. course robert could be dead now

Unknown said...

YES!!! WAY TO GO RUDY! And Frosty!

Anonymous said...

Seriously all that for some stupid sketches!? I mean yeah Andy Warhol Is Something amount the art world, but seriously!?

Anonymous said...

Do you have an idea about the possible values of this sketches today? Probably not.

haranoe synechism said...

And the winner is the comment having suggested the iron thrust.

Carles.-

haranoe synechism said...

As for the price of the sketches, rather than on the quality or rarity of any artwork produced by Warhol, it would ultimately depend more on the house who would decide to put them up for auction...

Carles.-

Anonymous said...

all that serious storytelling and drama and then the cheap joke

in this best of all possible worlds

Anonymous said...

Quick! Someone make a pun about the comic!

WranglerMan said...

Yeah, Rudy! Old Guys Rock!!

Jonathon Watts said...

Never underestimate the mature queer.

Anonymous said...

Well, looking at Christie's auction house website, an Andy Warhol sketch of Tennessee Williams, nothing more than "graphite on paper", was sold for an estimated $12,000 - $18,000.

So depending on how many sketches Rudy has, and their quality, the stash is probably worth a minimum of the low six figures, and could be worth quite a bit more than that.

Anonymous said...

Oops, I just re-read the previous entries, and Rudy says he still has "two" sketches left. So maybe not all that much, but quite possibly looking at $50,000, maybe more if the subject is particularly interesting.

doug said...

I would of liked to see Frosty drawn more vicious, with raised hackles and more fangs and drool.

Greg Fox said...

Actually, sketches of original art by Andy Warhol from very early in his career, while he was still a commercial illustrator, (which is when Rudy met him and got the sketches, in the late 1950s), are exceedingly rare. One recently went for £1.25m, (which, in US dollars is 1.63 million dollars!) So, those sketches Rudy has could be worth quite a bundle!

Anonymous said...

that last panel - luv it.

Anonymous said...

I expected a more realistic ending and plot line. The dog saving him? Really? Oh well...next story...

Jack

Adrian S said...

Realistic? The neighbors kid (George-4 yrs old) wandered off and our dog went with him. Another neighbor saw George wandering down the road and went to bring him home. Our dog stepped between them, bared his teeth and wouldn't let this "stranger" near George. Then took George's sleeve in his mouth and led (dragged) him home.


diana green said...

I mostly like the way this turned out. My only issue is that if he really hit him hard enough to knock him out, he probably did some brain damage at least, and may have killed or crippled him. Whapping somebody upside the head doesn't work in real life like it does on TV or in the movies.

Greg Fox said...

Diana, I appreciate that observation, and I thought carefully about showing this sort of violence in the strip. The fact that Robert has stated he was about to kill Rudy, I think, justifies Rudy taking whatever action he needs to to protect himself. But I do hear what you're saying, and I agree... such actions should not be taken lightly, in real life or in the comics.

magickmagus said...

You know Greg I have the same problem whenever I write a story which has historical references--people accuse me of not doing my research. There's only one thing for it: hit'em on the head with an iron.