Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Harvey Eisenberg - Foxy Fagan


Here's some scans from Foxy Fagan #7 by Joe Barbera and Harvey Eisenberg. Every panel is perfectly drawn. Enjoy!

9 comments:

roberto la forgia said...

woooooow!

Anonymous said...

ha ha! it's slightly modified Tom and Droopy character designs...but nicely staged.

Anonymous said...

man...if they had plotted out the bank scene better this comic could have ended on the 9th page and been 3x funnier...

but despite that, good stuff.

grantbond said...

looks great!

Anonymous said...

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Kevin Langley said...

Using the comments to drum up a little business for yourself? Though the storyboard book looks like a cool find.

Thad said...

I wonder why the one book uses a Mike Kazaleh comic drawing when claiming to be by Jim Smith?

Can't get enough Foxy Fagan.

ryan said...

DUDE, these drawings are AWESOME. Did one of the Tom & Jerry animators draw them?? I've never heard of this comic, thanks for such an awesome post full of cartoony excellency!

Kevin Langley said...

Hi Ryan, Harvey was the layout artist on the Tom and Jerry shorts in the early to mid forties. The best ones!

Joe Barbera and Eisnberg were behind the Foxy Fagan comics. Though I don't know if Barbera drew anything or not. Maybe he was responsible for the stories? Anyone know what exactly his involvement was?