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293 Takabe, Motoichiro
Motoichiro Takabe (Artist)
294 Talaoc, Gerry
Gerry Talaoc (Artist)
Pellucidar story for te Tarzan Family comics
295 Tallarico, Tony
Tony Tallarico (Artist)
Tarzan comics for Charlton
296 Thomas, Roy
Roy Thomas (Writer, Editor)
Tarzan comics for Marvel
297 Thompson, Rob
Rob Thompson (Writer)
Writer of Tarzan strips 1947-May 5 1950 United Feature
298 Thorne, Frank
Frank Thorne (Artist)
299 Totleben, John
John Totleben (Artist)
Tarzan/John Carter comics for Darkhorse
Pin-ups for the Dell Tarzan comics
Roland Trenary (Artist)
The Resurrection of Jimber Jaw: Graphic Version illustrated
version in 24 pages in the style of Mahlon Blaine
301 Tufts, Warren
Warren Tufts (Artist)
12 December 1925 Fresno, CA
Casey Ruggles Korak Comics from Gold Key
Allen Ulmer (1922 - 1990)
Bio from Rogallery.com:
Born and educated in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Allen Ulmer started drawing
at an early age. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia,
and the Art Students League in New York. After graduating high school he
moved to New York , where his talents earned him almost immediate success
in the art field. Mr. Ulmer's professional career began in
the field of magazine illustration. Ulmer was soon illustrating such popular
magazine and newspaper features as The Shadow, The Green Hornet, The Saint,
and others. These early original illustrations are in some worldwide collections.
Mr. Ulmer turned to fine arts in the late 1950s. His great love for realism
led him from oils to watercolor and egg tempera. Many of his paintings
are in private collections, libraries and educational institutions. He
had many successful one man shows and won numerous awards for watercolor
and tempera mediums. In the 1960s, after a successful commercial
art career in Illustrating, he turned to fine art. Soon watercolor became
his favorite medium. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and the Huntington
Art League. Many of his early illustrations are prized by collections today.
He is listed with the best illustrators of his time in the who's who of
A.A.S.I.302 As per the GCD (if the Al Ulmer credits are for the same artist),
Al worked extensively for Holyoke on Catman and Captain Aero comics and
also worked for Hillman on Air Fighters, Clue eventually finding his way
to DC and Dale Evans.
John Ushler (Artist)
March of Comics
303 Vallejo, Boris
Boris Vallejo (Artist)
Tarzan Paperback Covers (Ballantine)
National School of Fine Arts, Peru
The Art of Boris Vallejo and Julie
E. van Hove
Ron de Laat tracks down information on EvH
Several years ago, I tried to find the person behind
the signatures E. van Hove or EvH.
I did find several persons with this name but date of
birth or death if death did not match with the publishing dates of the
DJ's. So the last couple of month, I tried again.
Google didn't help again in the beginning. I did find
books from different publishers with his dj's on An auction site which
gave me new input start with. I was familiar with one of the employees
of this publishing house and he advised me to search in The Haghe. I checked
his idea but it did not found a good result.
In the mean time, I contacted the archive of this publisher
and received three letters between the publisher and the artist. Unfortunately
no signatures of the artist.
I searched on Delpher, a Dutch website which holds millions
scanned pages of newspapers and magazines.
There, I found his name in an addressbook from 1918.
With this information I could do other searches and found the address back
on a geanealogy site. There I found his sons name. The person who did the
investigation helped with some tips. I was visiting the archive of Amsterdam
and found the old documents which showed who lived on which address in
a certain year. Now, I was shocked! This family came from ....... Antwerpen,
In Antwerpen, I found just niet and marriage certificate.
The latter contained his signature. YES! I Found him. But what's next?
With the help of the documents, I found out that his
son moved to Kaapstad in South Africa. But he passed away in 1972. Now
Google was helpfull and this week I found the grandson of Eugene van Hove.
He was extremely surprised that I found him. Hé
sent me a (self) painting of Eugene van Hove.
Eugene did the covers for The Mucker, The Return of
the Mucker and Back to the Stone Age. As the other editions
are not signed, they need an investigation by experts but we think they
are from our Eugene.
So I say.... to be continued.
304 Veldheer, Peter Age
Peter Age Veldheer (Artist)
22 January 1931 Maassluis, NL - 27 Feb 1989 IJmuiden, NL
Slag om Arnhem, Adventure and detective books under pseudonym Pieter
Brando and Rex Randell, illustrations for Okido Dutch Tarzan comics in
1949 "Part 5 of his Tarzan series was completed and picked up at his home
by the publisher but was never published. This was because something happened
to two boys. The publisher stopped producing the beeldromans"
ULO, Grafische Opleiding
Ref: Mrs. Veldheer
Raymond Verdaguer (Artist)
Tarzan: The Lost Adventure: Ballantine Del Rey Books 1995 -
305 Vignes, Jean de
Jean de Vignes (Artist)
Dell paperback Cave Girl
306 Villagran, Ricardo
Ricardo Villagran ~ Villagran (Artist, Inker)
Tarzan Comics (Inker)
307 Villamonte, Ricardo
Ricardo Villamonte (Artist, Inker)
Tarzan comics for Marvel
308 Viscardi, Nicholas Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy (Artist)
20 October 1920 New York City
DC-comics Tarzan Daily: 3277-3414 Caspak comic
High School, Art School, Self Taught
309 Visser, Lou
Lou Visser (Artist)
Late 1960's NL Fred Penner, Wamack, Babbel en Kwabbenoot, Did the covers
for the legal Tarzan comics for A.T.H.
Ref: A. Teeuwen
310 Vlottes, Dick
Dick Vlottes (Artist)
19 December 1932 Uitgeest, NL
Tom Wels, Tina, Kleine Hiawatha, Donald Duck. Johan Cruyff, Senmoet
de Egyptenaar, De Groene Straal Tarzan fan who created Tarzan comics for
publisher A. Teeuwen Holland (A.T.H.) in the late 1950's. No original ERB
Marten Toonder Studio
Ref: Dick Vlottes
311 Vosburg, Mike
Mike Vosburg (Artist)
John Carter Comics
312 Vukojev, Dusan
Dusan Vukojev (Writer)
Tarzan comics for Yugoslavia
Ref: Bane Kerac
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