Archive for the ‘Inbetweens’ Category

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

Inbetweens: Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages

Here are more fabulous scans from the Chicago Examiner, courtesy of Andy Konkykru of Andy’s Early Comics Archive This time it’s Sunday pages… MacManus, Swinnerton, Outcault, Opper… Wow!

If you’re one of the people who breeze through this site never clicking on a hires image, you don’t know what you’re missing!

Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages
Chicago Examiner Sunday Pages

Stephen Worth
Director
Animation Resources

Monday, December 1st, 2014

Inbetweens: Harvery Kurtzman’s Hey Look Comics

Harvey Kurtzman’s “Hey Look” is one of the stylistically most pure comics ever made. Every panel is a jewel of composition, posing and simplicity. But don’t take my word for it. Check out what John Kricfalusi has to say. Here is a sampling of “Hey Look” comics culled from around the web…

Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics
Kurtzman Hey Look Comics

Harvey Kurtzman Book

If you don’t already have it, rush right out now and get The Art of Harvey Kurtzman: The Mad Genius of Comics. Kurtzman was one of the most important artists in the entire history of cartooning. His influence is felt far and wide, not just for great comics like “Hey Look”, but for the EC horror comics, Mad Magazine and Playboy’s “Little Annie Fanny”. Every cartoonist should have this book.

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

Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper
Frederick Burr Opper

Stephen Worth
Director
Animation Resources