Stubbie by Clyde Yeadon
Stubbie (Funny Pages #9, March 1937)

Clyde Yeadon, who often signed with Clyde Don, was a comic book artist during the 1930s and 1940s. His early work include Centaur features like 'Forbidden Island', 'Stubie' and 'Terror of the Timber'. He drew funny animal features and 'Trinket' for Timely, 'Dumm Dum the Clown' for Consolidated Book and 'Stubby and Trinket' for Dell Publishing. In 1948 he did a feature called 'The Mighty Bunyan' for Bell Syndicate. He has worked as a freelance writer and gag cartoonist for magazines.

Laatste update: 2012-04-08

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