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Toth Tribute Tuesday - Eric Orchard

Tue, March 25, 2014
By: bluemoonpaul

Rex the Wonder Dog by Eric Orchard

Toth Tribute Tuesday - Gabriele Pennacchioli

Tue, March 18, 2014
By: Tothfans

Dylan Dog Digs Toth by Gabriele Pennacchioli

Toth Tribute Tuesday - Gigi Cavenago

Tue, March 11, 2014
By: Tothfans

Lady Zorro by Gigi Cavenago

Toth Tribute Tuesday - Mark Chiarello

Mon, March 3, 2014
By: Tothfans

Today begins a new feature on Simply put it is a weekly tribute created by Artists who admire and are influenced by Toth's art and work in some way.

This feature is being brought to us courtesy of Paul Fricke who has been reaching out to many people kindly asking them to volunteer time from thier busy lives to produce and send along art for the tributes.

Kicking this off, we have an Alex Toth Portrait by Mark Chiarello (website / wiki page).


Portrait of Alex Toth by Mark Chiarello

Update on Genius, Animated: The Cartoon Art of Alex Toth

Wed, February 26, 2014
By: Tothfans

I just contacted Dean Mullaney to get a quick update on "Genius, Animated: The Cartoon Art of Alex Toth".

In an interview given by Tom Spurgeon back in late December 2013, Dean mentioned that Bruce Canwell had recently turned in the final manuscript and that the next step was to collect together all the art and lay it out into the final book. No small feat.

Currently Dean is even re-working some layouts to including last minute submissions of more art. All this so the book can be the very best it can be.

Here is the write up from IDW's website. "Featuring never-before-seen work from Toth, Genius, Animated unearths a trove of lost treasures from the Hanna-Barbera archives. From character designs to storyboards, Toth helped shape favorites likeSpace Ghost, Shazzan, and Super Friends. This oversized extensive look at his legacy is accompanied by commentary from Toth himself as well as insights and observations from professionals throughout the animation industry."

"You can't overstate Alex Toth's influence on animation," says Dean Mullaney. "This book will stand as the definitive statement on his animation artwork."
As with the other books in the Harvey award winning series, biography, the attention to detail, reproduction and choice of art will make it an excellent volume to wrap it all up.

Soliciting now (Diamond order number FEB140355) for a May release.

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Roy Rogers Dailies Collection - Ghosted by Alex Toth
Fan Art Tribute - Indian Chief
The case of Curious Classic B/W
Fan Art Tributes in April 2008
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POTD (2)

Reply to this message   on 19-Jun-2008 10:38 am CDT:

It's nice that someone besides myself has contributed to the Roy Rogers collection ( thanks Wally Harrington! ) I spent some time scouring microfilms at the Los Angeles Public Library trying to find a newspaper at the time that even carried the Roy Rogers strip. I wish there were a way to find out what newspapers carried which strips during that era. Ever try to speed scan with those old microfilm machines? I made myself nauseous! I found out that Roy Rogers lived in Riverside county at

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Anabolis Insania Magazine???? (1)

Reply to this message   on 26-May-2008 11:59 am CDT:

I picked up this piece done by Alex in 1975. It's on the front page of my website:

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Witching Hour (5)

Reply to this message   on 13-May-2008 12:41 pm CDT:

I'm sure it's been said before, but that's a heckuva collection CF. I especially like that unfinished comics page -- great study.

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Reply to this message   on 12-May-2008 6:38 am CDT:

Best drawing and composition overall.

Toth Art on Free Comic Book Day! (6)

Reply to this message   on 07-May-2008 11:45 am CDT:

Thanks Mr. N., and welcome aboard.

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