Aug 10, 2016
Peter Pat, the Preteen Powerhouse with Plentiful Pro-Gay Plotlines
Apparently he was the star of a newspaper comic strip launched in 1934 by someone named Mo Leff. It lasted only a year, but was reprinted in comic books in both the United States and France.
Peter Pat, aka just Pat, was carried off by a winged warrior to Pagoland, a sword-and-sorcery fantasy world, where he proved to be a superb fighter -- for a three year old.
What's up with the oversized Dick Tracey head?
Pat has a sidekick named Pom, a even younger toddler (is he wearing a diaper?) with an old man's head.
Is Mo Leff just inept, or is there some reason for this weird phenomenon? Maybe in Pagoland heads get older and bodies get younger.
I don't know why his shorts and belt changed color.
The people of Pagoland had a preference for "p" sounds. Pat's prim pony Pepper promenades in Pagoland pastures.
Mo Leff was also the ghostwriter for the Joe Palooka strip.