Inbetweens: Jim Tyer Comics

Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic

Jim Tyer was one of the most imaginative artists who worked in funny animal comics. Check out these amazing examples…

Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic
Jim Tyer Funny Animal Comic

Stephen Worth
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4 Responses to “Inbetweens: Jim Tyer Comics”

  1. david says:

    thank you. this is awesome.

  2. Doug says:

    What is so evident here is that Tyer was, contrary to widespread supposition, a superb artist. The details in many of his caricatures clearly reveal what a gift he had. Tyer’s animated work is sometimes viewed as sloppy. I have long contended that in those instances where it looks sloppy, it was because it was deliberately so. Tyer knew exactly what he was doing. The apparent slovenliness was what gave the movement in his cartoons its unique and extraordinary elasticity — and it was what made them FUNNY. There has never been an animator like this man; the closest was Bob Clampett in his heyday at Warner Bros., especially when he was animating Daffy Duck. Clampett and Tyer were geniuses of a singular kind.

  3. Will says:

    Man Steve these are wonderful. Thanks for posting. Tyer is STILL one of a kind, for better and worse…

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