Artists | 1961

Also this year the most used artist is Tony Strobl. He's behind 25% of the content, and this is one of the years he was used most. We could see him as the artist of both Donald-stories and other stories this year. The example is from number 44 (News Scoop Scramble, W DD 74).
Number 2 is Carl Barks with 21% of the pages, this is second only to 1959. Barks drew (almost) only Donald Duck and his universe, and this year we could also read several excellent stories with Gyro Gearloose. The example is from number 39 (That Small Feeling, W US 32).
Number 3 is Jack Bradbury with 14% of the pages. He was an all-round artist who drew most characters. The example is from number 42 (The Duck Decoy, W CND 21).
Number 4 this year, is Al Hubbard with 14% of the pages, and this is the year he's most used in the history of the Norwegian weekly. He mainly drew Scamp, but this year we could also find stories with Donald, Chip and Dale, Bongo and Jiminy Cricket. The example is from number 33 (Have Pencil, will Travel, W DG 33).
Number 5 is Paul Murry with 11% of the pages, which is lower than usual in this period. We saw him mostly as an artist of Mickey&Co, but we could also find stories with the wolves, and with Chip and Dale. The example is from number 32 (In the Drink, W OS 1143).
There are no 'new' artists this year.
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Opdateret d. 29.10.2004