Jump to content. Read more. Deb wrote a wonderful blog post to go with the event, which you can read here if you missed it the first time around. Alas, the Asian Ghosts and Monsters display is no more.
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List of Australian comics creators - Wikipedia
At first Australian comics copied British comic papers until the first comic book The Kookaburra appeared in Several early uniquely Australian comics had wide circulation and enjoyed long runs. Probably the most famous is the comic strip Ginger Meggs , created in by Jimmy Bancks which still runs in syndication to this day with new artists, of course. Bancks published the first of the Ginger Meggs Annuals in , and they were to continue for the next 35 years. For a more recent example, Dillon Naylor 's Da 'n' Dill has been running in one form or another since
Australian comics display
This is a list of Australian comics creators. Although comics have different formats, this list covers creators of editorial cartoons , comic books, graphic novels , and comic strips , along with early innovators. The list presents authors with Australia as their country of origin, although they may have published or now be resident in other countries. For other countries, see List of comic creators. Australian professional cartoonists work for commercially published newspapers and journals, and many also work in Australian comics also children's illustration and animation , with many of these artists having work collected as published books.