1910s in comics

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This is a timeline of significant events in comics in the 1910s.

1900s . 1910s in comics . 1920s
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1910Edit

1911Edit

  • January: The first issue of the Flemish children's comics magazine Kindervriend is published. It will run until 1940.[13]
  • January 1: Ed Payne's Professor O. Howe Wise and Professor I.B. Schmart comes to an end, after having run since 1902. [14]
  • April 16: William Steinigans publishes the final episode of The Bad Dream That Made Bill A Better Boy and Pups.[15]
  • April 23: The first episode of William Steinigans' Splinters is published. It will run until 1912. [15]
  • October 18: The first issue of the Flemish children's comics magazine Het Mannekensblad is published. It will appear until 1914.[16]
  • October 31: The first episode of Officer Crust by Robert E. Brook is published. The series will run until Brook's death in 1918. [17]
  • December 4: The final episode of George Frink's Circus Solly is published.[7]
  • Antonio Rubino's Quadratino makes its debut.
  • The first issue of the Flemish children's comics magazine De Geïllustreerde Kinderwereld is published.[13]
  • Dutch cartoonist Leendert Jordaan publishes the pantomime comic Het Leven in Karikatuur in the magazine Het Leven. The series will appear until 1936.[18]
  • Hungarian cartoonist Bit (aka Nándor Honti) creates the pantomime comics series Séta Álomországban. One particular episode, A Francia Bonne Álma (A French Nanny's Dream), attracts the interest of psychologists Sándor Ferenczi and Sigmund Freud. [19]

1912Edit

1913Edit

  • January 12 - November 9: Raoul Barré's Noahzark Hotel (also known as À l'Hôtel du père Noé) makes its debut.[26]
  • January 12: George McManus' Bringing Up Father makes its debut. It will run uninterrupted until 28 May 2000.
  • January 26: The first episode of Orville Peter Williams' Gasoline Gus is published. The series will run until 1915. [27]
  • February 23:
    • Gus Mager's Hawkshaw the Detective makes its debut.[28]
    • Katharine P. Rice's Flora Flirt debuts and will run for more than a year. [29]
    • Inez Townsend's Snooks and Snicks, the Mischievous Twins makes its debut and will run until 4 July 1915. [30]
  • March 16: Rudolph Dirks draws his final The Katzenjammer Kids gag and leaves his newspaper. They instantly hire a replacement artist, Harold Knerr, who continues the series in his place.[31]
  • March 31: Arthur R. "Pop" Momand's Keeping Up with the Joneses makes its debut. It will run until 16 April 1938.
  • April 22: Chic Jackson's Roger Bean makes its debut. It will run until the artist's death in 1934. [32]
  • July 6: The final episode of Red Shellcope's Jimmie the Messenger Boy is published. [33]
  • July 19: Zif Dunstan's The Adventures of William Mug is published. It will run until 26 September 1914 as one of the earliest Australian comic strips. [34]
  • August 10 - December 7: Charles Forbell's Naughty Pete is published.[35]
  • October 28: George Herriman's Krazy Kat makes its debut. It will receive a Sunday page from 23 April 1916 on.[6]
  • December 29: Walter Hoban's Jerry on the Job makes its debut.
  • Journal of Current Pictorial finally ceased publication.[36][37]

1914Edit

1915Edit

1916Edit

  • January 5: George Herriman's Baron Bean makes its debut. It will run until 1919. [6]
  • April: The final issue of the Dutch illustrated satirical weekly De Ware Jacob is published.[58]
  • June 24: Felix Hess creates the comic strip Uit het Kladschrift van Jantje, which will run until 1936. [59]
  • September 9: The final issue of the British comics magazine Ally Sloper's Half Holiday is published. Between 1922 and 1923, 1948 and 1949 and 1976 and 1977 it will be briefly revived.
  • December 17: The final episode of Mr. Hubby by William Steinigans is published. [15]
  • Rebecca McCann's The Cheerful Cherub makes its debut.

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BirthsEdit

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DecemberEdit

  • December 8: Kin Platt, American caricaturist, radio writer, TV writer, animation writer, comics artist (Mr. and Mrs., Supermouse), (d. 2003).[66]

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FebruaryEdit

1913Edit

Specific date unknownEdit

  • Allan Borgström, Swedish comics artist (Phili Philin), (d. 2003). [68]

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MayEdit

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OctoberEdit

  • October 16: Henri Vernes, Belgian novelist and comics writer (wrote the scripts to comic book adaptations of his own novel series Bob Morane), (d. 2021).[70]

1919Edit

SeptemberEdit

  • September 4: Pál Pusztai, Hungarian graphic artist and illustrator (Jucika, Iván és Joe), (d. 1970).[71]

DeathsEdit

1910Edit

  • January 23: Angelo Agostini, Brazilian journalist, illustrator and comics artist (As Aventuras de Nhô Quim), dies at the age of 66.[72]
  • March 16: Tom Browne, British comics artist and illustrator (Weary Willy and Tired Tim), dies at age 49.[73]
  • March 23: Félix Nadar, French photographer, cartoonist, comics artist and caricaturist (Les Aventures Illustrées du Prince pour rire, Vie politique et littéraire de Viperin, journaliste et industriel, Vie publique et privée de Mossieu Réac), dies at age 89.[74]

1911Edit

  • September 30: Franciszek Kostrzewski, Polish comics artist, illustrator, caricaturist, painter and cartoonist (Jedynaczek's Story in 32 Pictures), dies at age 85. [75]
  • October 29: Joseph Pulitzer, Hungarian-American newspaper publisher, launcher of the Sunday comics and major force behind the rise of the comics industry, dies at age 64. [76]
  • Specific date unknown: Walter H. Gallaway, American illustrator and comics artist (Citizen Fixit, Absent-Minded Augie), passes away at age 40 or 41.[77]

1912Edit

  • May 2: Homer Calvin Davenport, American cartoonist and comics artist (A Venetian Episode - How The Doves Did Davenport), passes away at age 45.[78]

1913Edit

  • March 18: Henry Stull, Canadian-American comics artist, passes away at age 61. [79]
  • July 19: Walther Caspari, German illustrator, caricaturist and comics artist, passes away at age 43.[80]

1914Edit

  • February 25: John Tenniel, British illustrator, cartoonist and comics artist (Mr. Spoonbill, Peter Piper, Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the Looking-Glass), passes away at age 93.[81]
  • March 4: Oswald Heidbrinck, French illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 53. [82]
  • May 3: Carsten Ravn, Danish illustrator, actor and comics artist, dies at age 53. [83]
  • July 21: René-Charles Béliveau, Canadian illustrator, caricaturist and comics artist (La Famille Citrouillard, Le Père Nicodème), passes away at age 42 from TBC.[84]
  • October 21: R.W. Taylor, American comics artist (Yens Yensen), dies at age 36. [85]
  • December 9: Timoléon Lobricon, French painter and comics artist (Histoire de Mr. Tuberculus, Histoire de Mr. Grenouillet), dies at age 83. [86]
  • Specific date unknown:
    • Faustin Betbeder, French caricaturist, illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 76 or 77. [87]
    • Nollat, aka Louis Tallon, Jacques Talon, French caricaturist and comics artist (worked for Le Rire), dies at age 28 or 29. [88]

1915Edit

  • March 29: William Wallace Denslow, American illustrator and comics artist (Billy Bounce), dies at age 58.
  • June 15: Léonce Burret, French illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 49. [89]
  • June 22: Raymond Crawford Ewer, American comics artist (continued Slim Jim and the Force), dies at age 26 from TBC.[90]
  • October 4: Stuart Carothers, American comics artist (Charlie Chaplin's Comic Capers), dies at age 22 from defenestration. [91][92]
  • November 27: Fernand Fau, French comics artist, caricaturist and illustrator, dies at age 57. [93]
  • November 28: Georges Jordic-Pignon, French illustrator, painter and comics artist, dies in battle at age 39. [94]
  • December 28: Kobayashi Kiyochika, Japanese caricaturist, illustrator and comics artist (made sequential illustrations), dies at age 68. [95]

1916Edit

  • August 21: Auguste Vimar, French illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 64. [96]
  • December 7: Art Bowen, American painter and comics artist (The Spotty Twins, Spotlight Steve in Vaudeville), commits suicide at age 35. [97]

1917Edit

  • April 7: Ko Doncker, Dutch comics artist and illustrator (Piet Pelle), dies at age 43.[24]
  • October 26: Frank Crane, American comics artist (Willie Westinghouse Edison Smith the Boy Inventor, Muggsy, Val the Ventriloquist, continued Professor Bughouse), passes away at age 60. [45]
  • Specific date unknown:
    • Paul Balluriau, French comics artist and illustrator, dies at age 56 or 56. [98]
    • Oliver E. Veal, British comics artist (Aunt Tozer), dies at age 56 or 57. [99]

1918Edit

  • January 25: William Steinigans, American comics artist (Pups, Splinters, Mr. Hubby, continued The Bad Dream That Made Bill A Better Boy), passes away at age 39. [15]
  • January 27: José María Cao, Spanish-Argentine illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 55. [100]
  • February 12: Alphonse Lévy, French illustrator, painter and comics artist, dies at age 75. [101]
  • February 28: Robert Carter, American comics artist (Just Little Ones, Coffee and Sinkers), dies at age 44. [102]
  • August 3: Albert Hahn Sr., Dutch illustrator, cartoonist and comics artist, dies at age 41.[103]
  • September 10: Robert Brook, American comics artist (Officer Crust), dies at age 33. [104]
  • October 17: Hermann Vogel, German-French illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 62. [105]
  • December 23: Hans Horina, German comics artist (The Rhinoceros Boys), dies at age 63. [106]

1919Edit

  • January 22: Carl Larsson, Swedish illustrator, painter and cartoonist, dies at age 65.[107]
  • January 28: Leon Searl, American comics artist and animator (Mrs. Timekiller), dies at age 38.[57]
  • December 9: Eugen von Baumgarten, German caricaturist, illustrator and comics artist, dies at age 54. [108]

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