Here we started using a lot of covers by guest artists. Doug Holverson was different from most small-press cartoonists because he sent us copies of his art instead of the originals and did it a bigger size. I think he used real pens and paper too. He did the Pert Herman story a few issues ago.
We got a script from Randy Paske, a person our age from Minnesota who published his own xerox comics and was a fan of our stuff. I think this came from a conversation about how we were big Letterman fans. This was before he did his show for tourists and old ladies.
Assorted 1950s Commercial Cartoons - The 1950s seem to have been a time of experimentation in animation—when it came to TV commercials. Production houses popped up on both coasts in the U.S., ...
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