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Mummified Partch

Mummified Partch

1 day ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Surprise Dy. I think Virgil Partch is one of the funniest cartoonists of all time. His absurd cartoons started appearing in the later years of WW II and he remained a...
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Early Realistic Comic Strip Drawing

Early Realistic Comic Strip Drawing

7 days ago   |   Art Contrarian

This post deals with the slow introduction of realistically-depicted characters in American comic strips. Details are in the image captions below. Please note that I didn't...
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Sunday Mailbag- Empty!

28 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

Welp, it's been a while since I've had an empty mailbag but here it is. After 659 answered mailbag questions over the last 15 years, perhaps this feature has run its course. If...
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DAILY CARE

DAILY CARE

29 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Surprise Day. Looking for the first Boner's Ark strips I came across a carton series by one of the most prolific cartoonists of his period (which roughly covers the...
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Ship Shape

Ship Shape

1 month ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Saturday Leftover Day. I have spend some time the last few weeks with Mort Walker's late sixties creation Boner's Ark. It was created as an outlet for some of the gags and...
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The Best Of The Best

The Best Of The Best

1 month ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties   |   2 articles

Sunday Surprise Day. I promised you something new, but this morning I discovered I had not saved the scanned material the way I should have. So we go to the next best option...
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Sunday Mailbag- Virtual Comic Con?

1 month ago   |   Tom Richmond

Q: When is the “Virtual Artist's Alley” comic con table you are doing right now going to end? A: I'm glad you asked that question! It ends at 5 pm CDT TODAY! That leaves only a...
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Pyles' Cartoon Club

Pyles' Cartoon Club

1 month ago   |   Hotel Fred


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A Perfect Day

A Perfect Day

1 month ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Happy Day For some years now I have been collecting all samples of comic strips that were publisehd on the day I was born, 62 years ago today. After the first rush, the...
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Happy 100th Al Jaffee!

1 month ago   |   Tom Richmond

The words “legendary” and “genius” get thrown around an awful lot these days, but if there is anyone in the world of cartooning to whom these words truly apply it would be the...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

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Mummified Partch

Mummified Partch

Sunday Surprise Dy. I think Virgil Partch is one of the funniest cartoonists of all time. His absurd cartoons started appearing in the later years of WW II and he remained a... Read more ...

Sunday Mailbag: Favorite MAD Cover?

Q: Do you have any favorite picks for covers of MAD Magazine? Or, perhaps a favorite piece of funny art done by another artist for a magazine not related to MAD? A: That's an... Read more ...