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MORE Ponytail Classic Teen Comics By Lee Holley

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Here’s 2 more stories from Lee Holley’s Ponytail comic book!
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As usual, every page is filled with simple and ultra-appealing artwork!
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Click on any page to open up a HUGE comic book scan
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If you missed the previous post about Lee Holley and Ponytail, make sure to check it out HERE.

There’s a lot of links in that post about Lee Holley and his teenage comic creation!
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Wanna see more Ponytail comics?
Lemme know in the comments below!
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UPDATE! Pat from the Silver Age Comics blog has just posted a nice long article on Lee Holley and his Ponytail comics, featuring lots of juicy comic art from the very first issue!
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Click on the cover for more on Ponytail #1

4 comments:

David Gale said...

These are great looking comics, Sherm! I like the neat sillo panels and the slightly awkward walk poses.

kris.w said...

nice post! i LOVE how clear every thing is. simple staging and readable silhouettes.

and i love the vibe of these older comics. it's as if i can hear the "studio laughter" after every gag.. like an episode of The Munsters or Happy Days!

DC said...

I've always wondered what happen to Ponytail. I read Lee Holly's strip in the Times habitually. Ponytail, Archie and Patty Duke were preteen favorites. I remember one Sunday strip where Ponytail and Donald were dancing. At the end, she had a great line about their dance that cracked me up. That strip would be great in line with today's Dancing with the Stars. If you can find that strip, I love to see it re-published, as well as other Ponytail adventures. thanks for the memories.

swiggy@comcast.net said...

been a long time since I read Ponytail. I recall seeing Lee Holley on To Tell The Truth over 40 years ago. I always liked the strip and I can see the Dennis the Menace connection in his style.