It's ironic anti-Union/pro-"Right to Work" Don the Con tweeted this...
...on a day meant to celebrate unions!
Why is this 1955 comic entitled "Every Day's a Holly Day" instead of "Every Day's a Holiday"?
Because it was given away to kids by grocers who sold Holly Sugar!
by John Rosenberger, it's a unique pamphlet covering a number of
American holidays, including both Lincoln and Washington's Birthdays
(before they were combined into "Presidents' Day" in 1962), Mothers' Day (though
not Fathers' Day), Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and
a couple of holidays we've largely abandoned...Pan-American Day and American Indian Day!
We'll be presenting the other chapters on the dates they fall upon.
Before Don Bluth appropriated the name for his video game, there were a couple of totally different Space Aces in the Golden Age of Comics!
This particular one was a Flash Gordon-type
set in the then-distant future year of 2000, complete with one-man
spacecraft, moving sidewalks, flying cars, mile-high skyscrapers, human
colonies on other worlds, etc.! (You remember all that stuff, don't
And, of course, aliens!
LOTS of aliens!
One of the interesting things about this image is that it doesn't
feature a scantily-clad woman being held captive by the tentacled
alien, making it particularly age-appropriate (but still retro-kool) for
under-10 year-old kids' (pre-K / 4th Grade) back-to-school stuff!