Mad Madam Mim and Magica the Spell, by Glenn Schmitz

Glenn Schmitz was an American artist who drew Disney comics in the 1960s and 1970s. He did several commissions for the foreign market through the American Disney Studio with characters like 'Mad Madam Mim', 'Li'l Bad Wolf' and 'Magica the Spell'. In the late 1960s, he did the 'Scamp' daily, as well as the Sunday page.

In addition, he worked in animation. He was a breakdown artist for the Disney Studios (1965-67), a layout artist on 'C.B. Bears', 'Godzilla' and 'The Flintstones' for Hanna-Barbera (1977-79) and on 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' for Ruby-Spears Productions (1983-84).

Li'l Bad Wolf, by Glenn Schmitz

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