The Work of Greg Clark and Jimmie Frise

Category: Life’s Little Comedies Page 1 of 3

This is What Makes the Wild Woods Wilder

November 3, 1923

Life’s Little Tragedies

October 3, 1925

This comic is in the period of transition from “Life’s Little Comedies” to “Birdseye Center”. It is also unusual as Jim wrote in a copyright statement next to his signature.

“Five Minutes to Closing Time”

September 17, 1921

Why Not?

August 21, 1920

Another take on the concept of “summer bachelors”, husbands left working in the city on weekdays while the rest of the family is at the cottage all weekend.

The Winner

May 17, 1924

I’ve published some new information regarding stereotypes and racism and how it will be handled on this site, as well as an overall article on stereotypes in 20th century comics.

The Service Station

April 28, 1923

From Our Special Representative at Birdseye Center

April 4, 1925

This is one of the earliest appearances of “Pig-Skin” Peters, and during the transition from “Life’s Little Comedies” to “Birdseye Center”. The next week’s comic would be the first time the title would change.

The Hotel Lobby

February 22, 1919

“Grips” was slang for suitcases.

Down on the Old Mill Pond

January 14, 1922

Saturday Night Shoppers

December 10, 1921

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