Email STWALLSKULL at:
I finally got a decent set-up to the world wide web. I am sending you something I got for you I’ll send it to the contact listed on this blog. Thanks MJ fellow conspirator…
I have some old Ginger Meggs scans from back int he 20s and 30s if you want to put them up?
Thanks much for the offer, Jason! I’d love to add them to the site. I’ll email imminently.
Your shining face on the internet…
It has been too long.
Great stuff on the site lately, I like the Man from Timbuctoo, he looks exactly like JoJo the Dog Faced Boy. The Brother Theodore this week was nothing short of spectacular. Thanks for the entertaining stuff.
I’m Frank Nankivell’s granddaughter. The Uncle Mun comic wasn’t by Frank; it was actually by Fred Nankivel, another artist of that era.
Oops, typo on my name!
Thanks for the heads up on that, Jody… I’ve corrected the error. Are you of any relation to Fred Nankivell?
Is my comic blog worth a mention on your site?
I have a printing press PLATE used to print comics in the newspapers way back when. But I don’t think this one was ever printed. The comic is “schooldays” By clare victor dwiggins The title is “the apple of discord” I want to sell it but I don’t know how to go about it.————————-HELP——–HELP———————
Sounds like some nice treasure… I have no idea what it would sell for, but watching Ebay is usually the best way to get an idea (and probably the best place to sell such an item). Here is a search there for newspaper printing plates:
Being a comic, I would guess it should be somewhat more valuable than other sorts of newspaper content on printing plates.
Hello I was wondering if I could have premission to use your picture of Lumberjack 2.0 for some t-shirts? Thank You
Hi Zach! Thanks much for your interest in the image (http://www.stwallskull.com/blog/?p=163)! As part of the 700 Things project, that particular image I put a creative commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 license on…
Basically, anyone can use it for non-commercial purposes providing they attribute it to me and make no alterations to the image. So, as long as you weren’t wanting to sell the shirts, there is actually no need to ask permission to do this. If you want to sell shirts of it, let me know what you have in mind and we can discuss if something makes sense.
If you decide to pursue it non-commercially, let me know and I’ll see if I can dig up a higher resolution version than the one online for printing purposes. Thanks again for your interest in my work!
I was wanting to use it to sell shirts. I am trying to start my own company. I really like this image and it was eazy to contact you so I figuered it would be a good image to start with.
Hi again, Zach! If you want to pursue printing it as a shirt to sell, let me know what you have in mind for the design and how many of them you’re interested in making, and make me an offer. My email is stwallskull(at)stwallskull.com if you want to discuss this somewhere non-public. Thanks again for your interest in my work.
For a book that I am working on with fellow cartoonist, Mark Newgarden, I need original paper copies of:
Nancy 2 March 1947 (tabloid)
Fritzi Ritz 24 April 1930
As well as any issue of the NY Evening Graphic from late 1924 containing a Bushmiller, Mac the Manager strip.
Any leads appreciated.
Several years ago, my husband found a large stack of hand drawn pin and ink art boards of the Bungle Family comic strip by H.J. Tuthill. Most boards are in great condition while some only in fair condition. Many of the boards have the title of that particular strip hand written at the top. Do you know if there would be an interest in these. Thanks for your website and any comments you might have.
Hi Lynn… I’m no expert in selling comic art, but I would think you would have no trouble selling them if you were inclined. There was quite a bit of interest in a hand colored Tuthill strip on Heritage Auctions recently:
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>
Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.