"Sweet Damsel of the Deep," excerpts E.C. Segar's Thimble Theater comic series 'Popeye' from the 1930's. The print, eighteen inches high, stretches to a length of thirty-five feet in a continuous strip of horizontal frames. Stripped of images, the frames are reordered and recombined, but retain the original terse dialogue balloons. The texts touch on issues of class divisions, the misuse of political power, the struggles of artists, and failed ambition. "Sweet Damsel of the Deep" is a comedy of survival, which shares the common mishaps, unexpected moments, and strange collisions of daily life with Segar's rough and tumble original.