Category Archives: Single Panel

WARREN MILLER 1936 – (Still going strong, we hope)

  From the fly leaf of this book, we find that he was born in Chicago in 1936, and also attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago. An excerpt from the introduction, If you do a search for ‘W. … Continue reading

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CORRIDAS DUBOUT

      I found this book at the Barkelouw Paddington store, in Sydney Australia. I say found, as I was browsing in the third floor and saw it sticking out of the jumbled shelves. The next day I returned and … Continue reading

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RAY KELLY AND HIS ‘SPITEWALL’ CARTOONS

   RAY KELLY I follow his cartoons, and finally decided I had to write and learn more about Ray Kelly. I must say, he was quite generous with his time and comments. I asked many questions and he answered them. … Continue reading

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KROKODIL

In case you are wondering, below is a real crocodile, courtesy of Kakadu National Park, NT, Australia. And no, I did not feel like getting closer. OK, on to the magazine. When I started  looking up information on this magazine, … Continue reading

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NEIL CURTIS January 2, 1950 – December 11, 2006

I found the above photo on flickr.  I believe the photographer is Mimmo Cozzolino. This book is courtesy of Miss Gracie Taylors Pre Loved Books, in Clare, SA.  Thank you,  Nigelle-ann. And thank you, google, for the image. At the … Continue reading

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JOE MARTIN, CARTOONIST EXTRAORDINAIRE 1945 – STILL GOING STRONG PART TWO

Evidently this book  belonged at one time to Dick Feyrer, to whom Joe Matin, and the Dog,  autographed the inside cover.  Thanks Dick. So, in part one, we wandered around in the 80’s, now let us move forward in time. … Continue reading

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JOE MARTIN CARTOONIST EXTRADORINAIRE 1945 – STILL GOING STRONG. PART ONE

I would like to present, in its entirety, a story in issue 81, March 1989 of “Cartoonist Profiles.”  From this article, by Joe Martin himself, we see his thought process on how he came up with his first successful strip … Continue reading

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