Posts Tagged ‘NCS history’

NCS Spotlight On: Hank Ketcham

September 2, 2010

I’ve come across quite a bit of Hank Ketcham’s work in the pages of my old magazine collection, and every once in a while something really cool crops… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: John Prentice

August 26, 2010

A year before National Cartoonist Society member John Prentice began his 43 year run on the newspaper comic strip, Rip Kirby, he illustrated the story below for Coronet… Read More

NCS Member Profile: John Cullen Murphy

August 26, 2010

Past president of the National Cartoonists Society (1979-81), John Cullen Murphy, in his own words from his biographical “sketch” here on the NCS website: “Born in N.Y.C. 1919,… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Al Dorne

August 19, 2010

“My formal education got me as far as the seventh grade in elementary school,” Albert Dorne says in Ashley Halsey Jr.‘s book, Illustrating for the Saturday Evening Post.… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Willard Mullin

August 12, 2010

Looking at this 1951 basketball illustration from Collier’s magazine, its no wonder Willard Mullin has been called the greatest sports cartoonist of all time. With his remarkable ability… Read More

NCS Spotlight On: Milton Caniff

August 5, 2010

Because of the intricacies of the contract process involved with securing a syndicated cartoon strip, author Fred C. Rodewald does not go into much detail about opportunities for… Read More

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