Friday, August 12, 2011

Scamp & Bongo!

Today let's enjoy the crystal-clear draftsmanship and brushwork of Al Hubbard, displayed in these two stories from Scamp No. 6, June-August 1958. There is an elegance to Hubbard's work that is always lovely to look at.

Again . . . elegance! Hubbard's refined skills shine from this inside front cover.

9 comments:

  1. I remember the artwork in that Scamp comic looking really good. It would come in those 3 pack bagged comics at the grocery.

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  2. Hey, KW! Scamp was very cool.

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  3. Hi, I'm just wondering if you'd like to see some comics drawn by me. I'm a kid. I post them on my website at http://comicsbyme.weebly.com
    Feel free to read them and give me feedback on the blog.
    Thank you very much!

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  4. Anonymous: I'm loving Sizeman! I'll put your site in my comics links ASAP. Thanks for sharing - I really like your stuff and keep it up!

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  5. Oh man, Mykal, I LOVE this guy's stuff! As a wee one, I remember poring over his "Mary Jane & Sniffles" pages and trying to duplicate his ink lines with my Flair pens (Note: It can't be done).

    Another fantastic, prolific artist that needs some recognition at comic con memorials!

    Thanks for posting this Mykal!

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  6. Thanks, Bill. I love his Sniffles stuff, too.

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  7. That .... that .... is a beautifully drawn issue. Great characters too. Gimme!!

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  8. Chuck: Hubbard always floors me. Glad you liked it!

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  9. hey everyone could u please check out the comics i make i am only 13 the link is http://carlcomix.weebly.com could u please look at them and give me some feedback thank u

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