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Funny Li’l Joke Books Vol. 6: Sick Jokes #1 > Cartoonist uncredited

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on January 30, 2011 by ComiCrazys

I won a few of these on ebay. The seller found them in a bulk purchase and doesn’t know anything about their history. As you can see in the last pic there are 44 of these things! I will post the other 5 I have, too. If anyone could help me track down and give more info on them I’d greatly appreciate it. =)

Update: Mystery solved.
Also, thanks to BookSteve for his help. Check out his post here.

Augie Doggie and Doggy Daddy: Frontier Fracas > Artist Uncredited

Posted in Uncategorized on January 14, 2011 by ComiCrazys

Mighty Mouse: Santa’s Helper > Chad

Posted in Uncategorized on December 22, 2010 by ComiCrazys

The Ripping Friends: The Man From Next Thursday Part 2 > Spumco

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2010 by ComiCrazys

From Jim Smith:

Hey ComicCrazys, that episode was storyboarded by John Dorman, if memory serves and directed by John K. The layouts were done at either Funbag or Red Rover studios both in Canada. I couldn’t tell you who did the scene but John K. would know more. I was in Canada as layout supervisor, but on the Stinky Butt episode. Thanks for posting those images.


If you have a region-free DVD player, or know how to hack your computer to make your internal DVD drive region-free, then I highly recommend getting this complete episode, 2-DVD set of The Ripping Friends:

Hick and Slick: Foxy Fagan #2 > Harvey Eisenberg

Posted in Uncategorized on December 10, 2010 by ComiCrazys

Cartoonist Spotlight: Cover Gallery & Comics > José Luis Moro

Posted in Uncategorized on December 5, 2010 by ComiCrazys

After seeing this post on Oscar Grillo’s blog, I was an instant fan. I went hunting for more work from José Luis Moro, and was excited to find more examples here and here. I thought that I had seen some more work on Shane Glines’ blog, but can’t seem to find it now. I may be mistaken. So, here are all the images I collected from those great blogs. Enjoy!

PS – Mr. Grillo informed me that there was a collection of Moro’s work put out, but I have yet to track down a copy. Any info and/or comics would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

UPDATE: The Cantinflas Show cartoons by Moro – El Petroleo; Galileo; La Ciudad de México; Acapulco. I’m not sure if all of these were directed by Moro since the opening credits are edited out. Thanks to Pedro Arizpe for the info.

The Comic Zoo: Sundays 1943 > George Scarbo

Posted in Uncategorized on December 1, 2010 by ComiCrazys

* The size of this ^ panel measures 4-1/2″ X 9″!!!

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