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DEAR JOHN-The Alex Toth Doodle Book

Sat, May 20, 2006
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$19.99 for 256 pages of rare Toth art? Yes, coming up in June 2006 you can pre-order John Hitchcock's "DEAR JOHN-The Alex Toth Doodle Book" from Octopus Press at your local comic shop. Here is a bit from the Diamond catalog description, "A new look inside the mind of one of comics' greatest creators! This collects 20 years worth of doodles, sketches and roughs from Space Ghost creator Alex Toth, never before in print. Also features 'director's commentary' by the artist on some of his classic comics stories, and correspondence full of insights on storytelling." So go and pre-order your's now under Diamond Preview code - JUN063296. Also spread the word far-and-wide; post the link in news groups, forums and e-mail it to friends.

New in May - Tributes and Space Ghost model sheets

Sat, May 13, 2006
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Tothfans has received some new tributes this month of Toth's own "The Fox" by J. Christopher Greulich and a keen "Zorro" by Dave Cook. Also not to be missed, Aron Arocho sent us a load of Space Ghost model sheets for the gallery. Thanks guys! --Jeff

Welcome Penny Arcade Fans

Sat, March 11, 2006
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For those folks from Penny Arcade who are are stopping by for the first time, you have arrived at the official Alex Toth website. (also reachable via comic books, animation and illustration. While you are here, you will see that we have an extremely comprehensive collection of Alex Toth's art. To start off, you can see a great variety in the Gallery section. Alex Toth is one of comic art and animation's great teachers. If you have seen a "super hero" cartoon from Hanna Barbera or a host of other animation companies, you have seen his art. Toth provided designs for all aspects, from characters and vehicles to everyday objects like buildings and computers. In comic books, Toth is also revered and is a huge influence. His ability to draw characters with real emotion, to position them in the panel, use black effectively and to "know what to leave out" (a famous Toth principle) are followed by comic books artists around the world. Toth's art style and approach has and continues to influence generations of artists. Here on the site you can read Alex Toth's own unique " director's commentary" like annotations of his comic book work and art. We hope you like the site and will continue to visit as well as join our forums to participate in great dialog about Alex Toth and our love of comic books, animation and art in general. And stop by every day for a new Alex Toth comic book page. Welcome everyone!

All new Alex Toth Tributes

Wed, March 1, 2006
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We have some new Alex Toth tributes for the site from Federico Zilli, Paul Smith & Franck Biancarelli. Franck's mentioned that his tribute is "..a song's adaptation : ' L' homme à la tête de chou'". Paul had this to say about his tribute of Errol Flynn, "Someone in the 'One Man Show' section left an unfinished drawing alone and unprotected ...". Thanks guys!

Interesting quote

Sat, January 28, 2006
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"You know you've achieved perfection in design, not when you have nothing more to add, but when you have nothing more to take away." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery



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