Thursday, October 16, 2014

Groove's Faves: "The Lawn That Devoured Cleveland" by Michelinie and Aragones

How 'bout a howling heap o' ha-ha, Groove-ophiles? It's an early script by David Michelinie, illustrated by Sergio Aragones! Are ya starting to get an inkling of where "The Lawn That Devoured Cleveland" came from? You got it! PLOP! #7 (July 1974)! Here are some snickers for your Halloween bag, baby!


  1. I wonder if Sergio drew the old school house rock cartoons from the 70's that art look very similar to those old spots.

    Shane G.

  2. Plop.....The greatest story's ever told!.....loved them!

    1. Hey, guys--that's my kid sister Electra-Woman right there! She bought all the PLOPS!

    2. Er, that's ElectrO-Woman--don't want any copyright probs! ;P

  3. Thank you,Mr Groove,for sharing.
    I remember this one.
    40 years ago!!??What happened?(to me)
    /Mr Anonymous



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