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Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Marty Taras-Rags Rabbit art
Marty Taras is one of my favorite animators and cartoonists. Here is some beautiful artwork that was typical of Taras' 1950s Rags Rabbit comics. His artwork is so lively that the characters seem to be jumping off the page! (This is typical of his and Jim Davis' Fox & Crow/Flippity & Flop work.)
Update: Jerry Beck writes in: "Lee Donahue (a Famous Studios inker, a man) inked those pages. He did most of the Harvey comic pages in the 1952-1956 era." Thanks Jerry!