And so began the adventures of Mr Crabtree and young Peter in a strip cartoon
which soon developed into the book, telling stories of how young Peter learnt about fishing and the wildlife around the riverbank.
Elsewhere, Claire is reticent about her own life, failing to mention that she and late husband Nick were the models of an hilarious strip cartoon
in, I think, The Listener, by Cambridge contemporary, the late Mark Boxer, which mocked the young couple mercilessly for their relentless trendiness, wrestling with Swedish design, action theatre and almost anything new and chic.
His strip cartoons
appeared in Eagle, Girl, and Swift magazines as well as the Radio Times, and from the late 1950s to the 1970s, the Captain Pugwash stories were transferred to BBC TV, with the first black and white episode broadcast in 1957.
The sale at Tennants auctioneers in Leyburn in North Yorkshire on July 21 features 62 strip cartoons
, some mounted on card and others framed, at estimates up to PS600 for 15 from the 1950s.
French adults love their strip cartoons
of Asterix the Gaul and other heroes just as much as children do.
There were many pictures and much large writing with some issues being made crystal clear in the form of comic strip cartoons
with dialogue balloons emerging from the characters' heads.
Hammoutene's scheme starts where the bandes dessinees (strip cartoons
) so beloved of the French leave off, for woven around the idea of animation, it allows you a succession of animated frames.
HERE are two more strip cartoons
of the Flops for you to enjoy, dating from just over 60 years ago in the Evening Gazette.
In 1931 Frantisek Bidlo (1895-1945) produced a series of strip cartoons
lampooning quotations from Goebbels' novel Michael, and the writer Josef Capek (1887-1945, brother of the novelist and playwright Karel Capek), was also a distinguished cartoonist.
Q My grandfather left me a couple of strip cartoons
of The Adventures Of Jane.
There were also short stories, strip cartoons
and a nod to football's place in literature, the first issue including the match at 'Bruddersford United', the imaginary amalgamation of Town and Bradford described in JB Priestley's Good Companions and summed up by a fan as "nobbut a shilling thrawn away" (how familiar in sentiment if not cost!).
ANOTHER two strip cartoons
of the Flops from the pages of the Evening Gazette in 1952.