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On ‎27‎/‎08‎/‎2020 at 18:15, YoungWillz said:

Co-creator of Scooby-Doo and  Dynomutt Dog Wonder, Joe Ruby reportedly dead aged 87: https://www.animationscoop.com/joe-ruby-1933-2020/

 

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0748445/

And other co-creator Ken Spears dead: https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/ken-spears-dead-scooby-doo-co-creator-1234825813/

 

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0817366/

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After Casey Kasem, that's the second person involved with Scooby-Doo to die at the age of 82 while suffering from Lewy body dementia.

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Huh, both Ruby and Spears died in the same year.

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10 hours ago, Lewd_Squirrel said:

Huh, both Ruby and Spears died in the same year.

The janitor did it!

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Three retired cartoonists of famous strips to look out for next year:

Wally Fawkes (Trog) [97 next year] drew Flook for the Daily Mail & very briefly for the Daily Mirror

Enrique Romero [91 next year] drew Axa for The Sun 

Bill Tidy [88 next year] drew The Fosdyke Saga for The Daily Mirror

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Dave Creek, the lead character designer for Fox's "Bob's Burgers," died Thursday, succumbing to injuries he sustained in a skydiving accident last week. He was 42.
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On 24/03/2020 at 09:14, TomTomTelekom said:

comic book writer Albert Uderzo, who is best known for Asterix & Obelix, dead at 92 years

https://www.lemonde.fr/disparitions/article/2020/03/24/albert-uderzo-l-un-des-peres-d-asterix-est-mort_6034210_3382.html


And now Marcel Uderzo (wiki), brother of the above and comic book artist on the Asterix series, has died from COVID-19 aged 87.

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India's most prominent cartoonist, 95-year old Narayan Debnath, hospitalised with urinary trait infection, neurological and respiratory issues, but improving.

 

An immortal in the making or a rapid goner?

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S. Clay Wilson, and underground cartoonist notable for his violent and sexually explicit depictions has died aged 79, says his wife on twitter. 

 

 

Was picked a couple of times for deadpools in the past due to a brain injury in 2008, which he never fully recovered from.

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45 minutes ago, Perhaps said:

S. Clay Wilson, and underground cartoonist notable for his violent and sexually explicit depictions has died aged 79, says his wife on twitter. 

 

 

Was picked a couple of times for deadpools in the past due to a brain injury in 2008, which he never fully recovered from.

 

Hit for my shadow list and my DbN team.  Left him off DDP due to qualifying obit fears.

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Disney illustrator Charles Boyer died on February 8th.

 

No age given but he was awarded Disney Legend status by the company. 

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Master illustrator Charles Boyer passed away on February 8th.

Boyer began his Disney career as a temporary portrait sketch artist at Disneyland in 1960. However, his job was anything but temporary — he eventually became Disneyland’s first full-time artist and illustrator.  Just after six months of working at Disneyland, he became an illustrator for its marketing and advertising art department. He went on to work for the company for 39 years, working in a variety of media. One of his most well-known works is “A Disneyland Tribute to Firefighters.”

Boyer retired from Disney in 1999. 

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Just now, Sir Creep said:

Master illustrator Charles Boyer passed away on February 8th.

Boyer began his Disney career as a temporary portrait sketch artist at Disneyland in 1960. However, his job was anything but temporary — he eventually became Disneyland’s first full-time artist and illustrator.  Just after six months of working at Disneyland, he became an illustrator for its marketing and advertising art department. He went on to work for the company for 39 years, working in a variety of media. One of his most well-known works is “A Disneyland Tribute to Firefighters.”

Boyer retired from Disney in 1999. 

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10 minutes ago, Dying Probably said:

 

Look up.

That twat is blocked.  That won't change and I am not responsible for knowing anything the cunt posts.  You would all do well to do the same.
I also actually add content to my posts.  Thank you for appreciating my efforts vs most others.

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39 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

That twat is blocked.  That won't change and I am not responsible for knowing anything the cunt posts.  You would all do well to do the same.
I also actually add content to my posts.  Thank you for appreciating my efforts vs most others.


By that I think SC means he knows how to copy and paste large chunks from articles, and he wants credit for this.

 

A big boy sticker for you. 

 

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