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POPULAR ELEComics - Comics with an Electronics Theme
December 1967 Popular Electronics

December 1967 Popular Electronics

December 1967 Popular Electronics Cover - RF Cafe  Table of Contents

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Popular Electronics, published October 1954 - April 1985. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.

It's Election Day 2018, and depending on how the voting goes, some of us (hopefully not me) are going to need some cheering up when it's all over. If that includes you, then here is a dose of high tech POPULAR ELEComics levity to help ease your "My Side Lost and the World Is Going to End" blues. The first of this set of comics from a 1967 issue of Popular Electronics magazine could serve as an ironic tribute to the day. On the other hand, if your side wins and you're on cloud nine, then I suggest you exercise caution when seeing these comics because the added joviality might cause you to swoon from overstimulation. Of course if you are not an American or do not care about elections or happen upon this page after the 2018 mid-term elections, please enjoy these comics in the usual manner. The comics are by Mr. Marvin Townsend, who did a lot of the comics for Popular Electronics.

Comics with an Electronics Theme

Electronics Themed Comic (#1) December 1967 Popular Electronics - RF Cafe

"Hey, Mom, ... why's he playing taps?"

December 1967 Popular Electronics Comic (p66)

Electronics Themed Comic (#2) December 1967 Popular Electronics - RF Cafe

"I'd say he doesn't know much about grounding equipment."

December 1967 Popular Electronics Comic (p66)

Electronics Themed Comic (#3) December 1967 Popular Electronics - RF Cafe

"I'll give you a hint - I'm NOT from your Friendly Credit Corporation!"

December 1967 Popular Electronics Comic (p66)

Electronics Themed Comic (#4) December 1967 Popular Electronics - RF Cafe

"Cartridge troubles again, Mr. Wilson?"

December 1967 Popular Electronics Comic (p66)



Posted November 6, 2018

These Technically−Themed Comics Appeared in Vintage Electronics Magazines. I personally scanned and posted every one from copies I own (and even colorized some).

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