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Tag Archives: Gustave Verbeek
It seems I missed this important post on Gustave Verbeek (or Verbeck as the preferred spelling now seems to be) from the Stripper’s Guide in the series of Ink-Slinger Profiles by Alex Jay: Gustave Verbeck. Here are three strips from Verbeek’s … Continue reading
Harper’s Round Table, vol. 18, 15 December 1896, p. 164.
Neuvième Art 2.0, the online magazine of the Cité internationale de la bande dessinée e de l’image has a long, interesting article on Gustave Verbeek (or Verbeck as the author, prefers to call him): Christian Staebler, “Gustave Verbeck, la quintessence … Continue reading
Henry McBride & Gustave Verbeck, “Technical Tendencies of Caricature.” The Monthly Illustrator, Vol. 4, No. 13, May 1895, pp. 215-219.
First instalment of Gustave Verbeek’s Terrors of the Tiny Tads, May 28, 1905. On Verbeek here and at nonsenselit.org. From Peter Maresca’s Origin of Sunday Comics series.
Gustave Verbeek‘s Loony Lyrics of Lulu, 17 July – 23 October 1910, presented an adventure of Lulu and her “papa” with a fantastic animal described in the last panel in a limerick composed by Lulu, a real tour de force, as … Continue reading
Another unusual adventure of Gustave Verbeek’s Tiny Tads from 1910.