Friday, April 29, 2011

Andy Panda Comics

Some slick inking, as usual, by Dan Gormley on these two pages from Dell #326.

7 comments:

Emma Steinkellner said...

This is a real treasure. So snappy!

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Mike said...

Yowza! Pretty stylized inkwork for such old-school character designs. I love these!!

Tom Beuerlein said...

I recently bought an Andy Panda comic. It's called "The Mad Dog Mystery" by Walter Lantz copyright 1945. It's pretty cool. Great art work and it's in a relatively good condition considering it's 66 years old.

Do you know anything about this particular issue?

Kevin Langley said...

Hi Tom,

I have a digital copy of that one. That's Dell Four Color Comics #85, I'm not sure who drew that one though. I don't know too many of the artists that drew the old funny animal comics. Maybe Mykal at the "Big Blog Of Kids Comics" knows.

Alex said...

Hey kevin!
I'm a big fan of your blog!
Michael Lah is one of my favorite animators and I found here a Reel with some animations of him. AMAZING!!!!

Tom Beuerlein said...

Thanks Kevin. I'll check it out.

Mykal said...

"Maybe Mykal at the "Big Blog Of Kids Comics" knows.

Thanks for the vote of confidence, Kevin! Yep, the story that Tom mentions, Mad Dog Mystery, is the great Dan Gormley.

Great post! I sure would love to see a collection of this under-appreciated artist given a collection.