"Hägar the Horrible" Articles

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Mario500, Feb 19, 2023.

  1. Mario500

    Mario500 Forum Resident Thread Starter

    The United States
  2. FredV

    FredV Senior Member

    So sad, I loved his work on Hägar and his own strip Raising Duncan. A very talented artist. RIP :cry:
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  3. Mooglander

    Mooglander Forum Resident

    Mesa Springs, CA
    RIP. Hagar the Horrible is a classic strip. I read strips like Hagar, The Born Loser and Gus Arriola's Gordo (probably the best strip ever, at least art-wise) thanks to my mom, who loved them. She had a boxed set of Hagar paperbacks that I reread many times.
  4. beccabear67

    beccabear67 Musical omnivore.

    Victoria, Canada
    Sad news. :cry:

    All Dik Browne's kids seemed to have taken some role in what became a family profession. I did still read Hagar where I didn't some others when they went on without the original artist. It was still good and some others weren't so much. I would generally say not to go on without the original artist but there have been exceptions, many over a long period. The ones not continuable seem exemplified by Peanuts, and going way back, Skippy and Krazy Kat... just impossible to follow their original creators probably.

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