Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Golden Age Mighty Tweed

I, of course, am not the first to don herringbone for the betterment of humanity. Dennis Tweed, two-fisted criminologist, was the original Mighty Tweed. His earliest adventures were recorded in the pulp pages of Spicy Haberdashery, along with classic heroes The Devil's Dandy and Ole King Spats.

The Golden Age Tweed eventually made the transition to comics, appearing as a regular back-up feature in Ready-To-Wear Boy's Dungarees Brand Comics (later shortened to Ready Adventure).

Aw, man. Now I want to draw The Devil's Dandy.

1 comment:

Shobo said...

Please do draw the Devil's Dandy. I'm trying to decide which I like better, the Mighty Tweed or The Golden Age Mighty Tweed. Golden Age Tweed methinks, his rogues gallery seems to be more interesting than an apparently disembodied pyromaniac and or litterbug.

For the record, my super power would be "Improvability".

The ability to automagicallly improve anything I wish, by reforming dormant molecules in the atmosphere, and then science physics, something, something.