“Phfft!” – Roy Doty’s Latest Comic Strip in MAKE

“Phfft!” – Roy Doty’s Latest Comic Strip in MAKE

There have been a few times lately when I’ve felt this way. Roy Doty, who drew the comic above for his MAKE series, Eureka. He has been illustrating since 1946. The latest issue is all about toys and games. Check it out!

From the Pages of MAKE

MAKE Volume 28, Toys and Games

MAKE Volume 28 hits makers’ passion for play head-on with a 28-page special section devoted to Toys and Games, including a toy “pop-pop” steamboat made from a mint tin, an R/C helicopter eye-in-the-sky, and a classic video game console. You’ll also build a gravity-powered catapult, a plush toy that interacts with objects around it, and a machine that blows giant soap bubbles. Play time is a hallmark of more intelligent species – so go have some fun!

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6 thoughts on ““Phfft!” – Roy Doty’s Latest Comic Strip in MAKE

  1. Chad Lovelace says:

    felt the same way about a computer the other day !!!

    btw one of the ads in the back of the make mag is way out of date — the ifixit ad


    1. Anonymous says:

      Thanks for the heads up, Chad!

  2. Les Clay says:

    That’s great! Can you believe Roy’s been illustrating and publishing cartoons since he was a radar operator in World War II?

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