M*A*S*H: The Comic Strip Series

by josephcomics
Short-lived comic strip series from the same guy who brought you <i>The Joseph Comics</i> and <i>Mr. Huggy Wuggy</i>.

Based on the classic 1972-1983 television series, the comics follow the hijinks of the doctors and nurses of the off-beat Mobile Army Surgical Unit the 4077th, stationed in South Korea during the Korean War.

Comics take place mostly during the Sixth Season of the series, though three special comic strips feature original characters Trapper John McIntyre, Henry Blake, and Frank Burns.
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Short-lived comic strip series from the same guy who brought you <i>The Joseph Comics</i> and <i>Mr. Huggy Wuggy</i>.

Based on the classic 1972-1983 television series, the comics follow the hijinks of the doctors and nurses of the off-beat Mobile Army Surgical Unit the 4077th, stationed in South Korea during the Korean War.

Comics take place mostly during the Sixth Season of the series, though three special comic strips feature original characters Trapper John McIntyre, Henry Blake, and Frank Burns.

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This was really entertaining to read through. I never really watched the show when I was young as I found it too confusing. I always thought the show was supposed to be a comedy but the humour was often too subtle or confusing to me and there were also times when it seemed way too serious to be a comedy, but of course now I realise that it was really made with a lot of respect and admiration for soldiers as whole and the stuff they have to deal with as well as looking at the lighter side of army life, and the horrors of war. You've captured the essence of the show beautifully, and in much the same way, mixing silly situations and humour with the more serious and emotional stuff.
I particularly love the art which is so good that I recognised the characters quite easily from what little I saw of the show. Loretta Switt and Alan Alda became quite popular outside this show too didn't they so that was easy anyway, but I'd forgotten Radar and the vicar completely until they popped up here again.
The only minor flaw in this whole thing really was that it was quite hard to read the text on the last few pages where you reverted to handwriting rather than print. Luckily I could make out almost every word but I did struggle on some.
Overall though It was a great read, even for someone who never watched the show much,and your own love of the series really shines through in the attention to the characters and even their expressions! I bet other MASH lovers would enjoy this even more.
So he gets off!!!! Oh well the I always did find the Bible confusing. hehe
Haha. ouch!
and.....he loves it! ewwwwwwwwwwwwww! lol
worms are just as gross in my book! lol But at least the ones he has are nice and colourful! :)
Damn, I couldn't make out the last word on this punishment. It looks like 'month old liver' but I know I'm wrong as they look like burger buns or maybe potatoes.
This should be fun! XD
Haha yeah that's clever. :)
I agree, some very lovely and touching moments all through.
haha Bloody basketball!XD
Awww That's neat. XD
Ewwww *is squeamish*
Ooooooh I wonder if there's been a slip up here as the last page doesn't seem to be part one of this.
I already read this one, way back still fun to see again though.
Awwww Was she always so fickle? lol
Haha I bet the whole camp heard that one! XD
I agree. Panel five is hilarious! lol
*shrieks* That's the drawback with blind dates I guess.haha XD
I love the way this page looks, it's like it's been printed.
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April 5th, 2014
I love the wall of chatter in the background. XD