blackcontemporaryart:

Jackie Ormes - the first black female cartoonist.

Jackie Ormes’ cartoons often responded to events that were important to the black community, such as the brutal murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in Mississippi. Till was killed in 1955 for allegedly whistling at a white woman.

Read more on NPR

blackcontemporaryart:

Jackie Ormes - the first black female cartoonist.

Jackie Ormes’ cartoons often responded to events that were important to the black community, such as the brutal murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in Mississippi. Till was killed in 1955 for allegedly whistling at a white woman.

Read more on NPR

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thebristolboard:

Complete original art for “Getaway,” a two-page gag strip by Alex Toth from Drag Cartoons #12, published by Millar Publishing Company, 1963.

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page from SuperMouse, The Big Cheese
Issue #45, Fall 1958

page from SuperMouse, The Big Cheese

Issue #45, Fall 1958

Page from SUPERMOUSE, THE BIG CHEESE
Issue #37, November 1956

Page from SUPERMOUSE, THE BIG CHEESE

Issue #37, November 1956

thebristolboard:

"Sailing the Spanish Main" preliminary sketch, hand colored line art, printer’s proof and final lithograph by Carl Barks, circa 1982. Inspired by his 1949 cover to Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #108, “Sailing the Spanish Main” was Barks’ first commissioned oil painting.

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jthenr-comics-vault:

Adam Warlock MuralWARLOCK #10 (Dec. 1975)Art by Jim Starlin (pencils/colors) & Steve Leialoha (inks)

jthenr-comics-vault:

Adam Warlock Mural
WARLOCK #10 (Dec. 1975)

Art by Jim Starlin (pencils/colors) & Steve Leialoha (inks)

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Character Designs from The Rescuers by Fred Lucky

(Source: disneyconceptsandstuff, via potatofarmgirl)