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How I Became a Comic Page Hero

Regular readers of the comic page “Pee Wee Harris” will recognize the interviewee’s charming little — how shall this be put? — faults. And new readers will find that Scout Harris likes to talk — a lot — and sometimes forgets details when he tells a story. Also, he gets excited and SHOUTS.

If you have a friend like Pee Wee, you’ll understand and, like everyone, be forgiving.

And now (brace yourself), the interview. …

EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview was conducted at the Boys’ Life editorial offices by a reporter brave enough (OK, OK, truth is, The Boss made him) to spend more than five minutes in close quarters with the subject.


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75 Comments on How I Became a Comic Page Hero

  1. If Pee Wee doesn’t want to brag, then why does he go on and on about himself?

  2. this is boring because i cant wath it .

  3. the thing are good and it’s fun.

  4. Pee Wee has changed over the years.

  5. hahahahahaha pee wee sounds licke a teenaeger

  6. that is realy entrsting

  7. Very Funny…… coming from a bored 15 year old girl thats saying something

  8. Hahahahah funny!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Eaglescout414 // February 22, 2011 at 7:49 pm // Reply

    Good voice over, Preston. Proud to say, coming from an Eaglescout! :p

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