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Thomas Nast (1840-1902)

Thomas Nast was an illustrator and cartoonist for Harper’s Weekly. In his 30 year career with the magazine (1857-1887) Nast drew approximately 2,250 cartoons. From 1863 through 1886 he contributed 33 Christmas drawings to Harper’s Weekly. In those drawings he created and popularized … Continue reading

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John Prentice – Tribute

John Prentice (1920-1999) was born on October 17 in Whitney, Texas. From 1940-1946 he served in the Navy. Having survived the bombing of Pearl Harbor, he went on to serve on two destroyers through eight major military campaigns. Having briefly … Continue reading

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Steve Ditko – Creating Spider-Man

In remembrance of Steve Ditko. November 2, 1927 – June 29, 2018 Here’s one of the most flawless and iconic pieces of sequential art ever produced – Spider-Man’s origin from Amazing Fantasy #15. These are the originals currently residing at … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Jose Delbo

One of the first teachers I had when I attended the Joe Kubert School was Jose Delbo. One of the exercises he would have us do every week was draw horses. The following are a few examples I kept (circa … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: George Evans

COMICS’ HIGH-FLYING AVIATION ARTIST by Steve Stiles In the course of an impressive career spanning half a century, George Evans has established himself as one of the comics field’s finest illustrative talents. During that time span, Evans has worked for … Continue reading

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