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Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Inbetweens: Frederick Opper From The Chicago Examiner

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The other day, Andy Konkykru of Andy’s Early Comics Archive sent me some scans of cartoons from Hearst’s Chicago Examiner. They’re too good not to share with you. First up is a batch of cartoons by Frederick Burr Opper

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Stephen Worth
Director
Animation Resources

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Inbetweens: Eddie Fitzgerald on German Cartoonists

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“Cartooning is in trouble, not just animation. Look at what’s in the newspapers these days. Where are the comic books, the mass market sports and theater caricatures, book illustrations, etc.?

I simply refuse to let cartooning die on my watch. An artform that’s roughly 160 years old, that has a great tradition, and which is so artistically satisfying and so cheap and accessible to the common man, shouldn’t be allowed to wither on the vine. Losing cartoons and cartooning is like losing dance or music or architecture.

Cartoonists who came before us kept the industry alive and healthy for us, now it’s our responsibility to keep it alive and healthy for the people who come after us.” –Eddie Fitzgerald

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At his blog Uncle Eddie’s Theory Corner cartoonist Eddie Fitzgerald delves into the history of cartooning to bring us important names that should be part of every artists reference pool.

Uncle Eddie: Funny German Cartoonists

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Monday, September 9th, 2013

Inbetweens: More Fantastic Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages

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Here is another batch of Sunday pages from the Chicago Examiner, courtesy of Andy Konkykru of Andy’s Early Comics Archive. There’s some fantastic comics here by Winsor McCay, T.E.Powers, Rudolph Dirks, Jimmy Swinnerton, Frederick Opper, and R.F. Outcault. Where else can you find amazing old stuff like this!

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Stephen Worth
Director
Animation Resources