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NCS Spotlight on… Stan Drake

November 18, 2010

Stan Drake is often remembered as the artist of Blondie, which he drew from 1984 until his death in 1997. But for many of us the name Stan… Read More

NCS Spotlight on… Roy Doty

October 28, 2010

The mind-boggling thing about any Roy Doty illustration is how effortlessly he tackles a HUGE crowd – and manages to have every person engage in an individual activity… Read More

NCS Spotlight on: Jack Davis

October 21, 2010

Below, from the book “The Art of Jack Davis”, the legendary cartoonist’s first album cover, from 1957. (You can view a scan of the actual album cover here)… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Eric Gurney

October 14, 2010

You’re looking at some of Eric Gurney’s earliest work as a freelance illustrator: Gurney grew up in Toronto, Canada. He left home in 1938 to work for Walt… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Warren King

October 7, 2010

My friend Tom Sawyer has graciously agreed to share another excerpt from his memoirs. Tom mentioned a group of cartoonist friends who all worked and laughed together in… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Leonard Starr

September 30, 2010

My friend¬†Tom Sawyer has graciously agreed to share another excerpt from his memoirs. Tom picks up the story where we left off yesterday; in those first few days… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Al Capp

September 16, 2010

Tom Sawyer has graciously agreed to share with us an excerpt from his memoirs in which he describes his experience working for Al Capp in the early ’60s… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Dik Browne

September 9, 2010

Another past president of the National Cartoonists Society, Dik Browne, is probably best known for his long running H√§gar the Horrible newspaper comic strip, as well as for… Read More

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