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Questioning justice and fairness, Krazy Kat asks: "But is it square?"

George Herriman, 14 July 1940. Reproduced in 1939 Krazy & Ignatz by George Herriman "A brick stuffed with moom-bims". Series editor Bill Blackbeard Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2007. ISBN13 : 978-1-56097-789-6. p. 93.
Praising the honesty of his grocer, Ignatz refers to him as: "Honest, and square."

George Herriman (1880-1944). Reproduced in The Kat who Walked in Beauty, edited by Derya Ataker, Seattle : Fantagraphic Books, 2008 ISBN : 978-1-56097-854-1, p.80.
Proclaiming his honesty, Ignatz exclaims: "On the level fellers..."

George Herriman (1880-1944). Reproduced in The Kat who Walked in Beauty, edited by Derya Ataker, Seattle : Fantagraphic Books, 2008 ISBN : 978-1-56097-854-1, p. 17.
Being told that he had been given false information, Krazy Kat remarks: "Then them honey-moons aint on the level."

George Herriman (1880-1944). Reproduced in The Kat who Walked in Beauty, edited by Derya Ataker, Seattle : Fantagraphic Books, 2008 ISBN : 978-1-56097-854-1, 20 September 1920, p. 103. c. International Feature Services Inc.
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