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Monday, August 23, 2010

MAKiN LiNkS # 259

We start today with the great cartoonist Henry Boltinoff, whose work went unheralded, mostly as filler, in National Comics for more than twenty years! Here’s a selection of his Warden Willis one and two pagers.

http://www.dcindexes.com/boltinoff/strips.php?feature=warden

Speaking of cartoonists, here’s a 1966 selection from Charles Rodriguez, described as a black humorist here but nowhere near as dark as his humor became a decade later when he was working at the National Lampoon.

http://learning2share.blogspot.com/2009/01/more-cartoons-by-charles-rodrigues.html

Our pal Jerry Beck has been saluting Archie’s fondly remembered Cosmo, the Merry Martian by Bob White lately over on Facebook. Someone even suggested Craig compile a book collection! Anyway, our other pal, Pappy, has compiled  a few himself this morning with some background material.

http://pappysgoldenage.blogspot.com/2010/08/number-794-comical-comics-week-cosmo.html

Finally today, a brief but nicely illustrated tribute to the Good Dutch Duck Artist, Daan Jippes, a cartoonist whose work I discovered when Gladstone began offering his strips in English for the first time in the 1980′s.

http://cloud-109.blogspot.com/2010/08/daan-jippes-carl-barks-passes-on-baton.html


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