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Comic book resources
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View historic and contemporary comics in these online exhibits.
Cartoon Drawings (Library of Congress)
"Offers more than 9,000 original drawings for editorial cartoons, caricatures, and comic strips spanning the late 1700s to the present, primarily from 1880 to 1980."
Caricature and Cartoon (Library of Congress)
The Caroline and Erwin Swann Collection of Caricature and Cartoon contains 2,085 drawings, prints, and paintings that span the years 1780 to 1977. Most of the images are cartoons, comic strips, and periodical illustrations drawn by American artists between 1890 and 1970
Digital Albums (Cartoon Research Library, OSU)
Digital albums from the collection of the Cartoon Research Library at Ohio State University.
Digital Exhibits (Cartoon Research Library, OSU)
Exhibits drawn from the Cartoon Research Library collections. Includes exhibits of work by two women editorial cartoonists: Anne Mergen and Edwina Dumm.
Herblock (Library of Congress)
"Herbert L. Block (1909-2001), known to the world as Herblock, was one of the most influential political commentators and editorial cartoonists in American history. His long chronicle of major social and political events began to appear in newspapers in 1929, and he continued to document domestic and international events for 72 years."
Masters of American Comics
Exhibition from the New York Jewish Museum featuring the work of creators including R. Crumb, Chris Ware, Will Eisner and Gary Panter.