Thursday, September 20, 2012

"Looney Tunes" (DC) # 74, March 2001: "A Doctor in the Mouse"

One artist from the DC Looney Tunes series worth pointing out is Neal Sternecky. Sternecky's unique style is easy to pick out, and you won't be surprised to learn that he is an animator. Sternecky's name has appeared in the credits for series like "Tiny Toons", "Animaniacs", "Tom and Jerry Tales", "House of Mouse", "Johnny Bravo" and several others. His style is somewhat reminiscent of comic strip great Walt Kelly's, to the point that he was chosen to do a revival of Kelly's "Pogo" in 1989.

In this story, Sternecky draws Hubie and Bertie doing what they do best: warping Claude Cat's mind.





















1 comment:

  1. just epic. thankful with heart for that golden age stuff. 5 stars.

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