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Old 10-19-2012, 06:21 PM   #9736
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:53 PM   #9737
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Feet travel 2*pi*r (r=earth radius)
Head travel 2*pi*(r+6ft)
Difference is 2*pi*6ft

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I think we had this question just a while ago. I think it was the Grand Mouse that came up with the solution in this post
Correct!

Yes, it's similar to a previous question which I had hoped would enable someone to answer this one more easily.

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As some may gather from my screen name, I am quite fond of comics and cartoons. In my opinion, comics are both litterature and wonderful pieces of art, and quite worthy to be discussed here. So this question will be devoted to comics, mostly of the classical european tradition since that's my speciality, but some american comics and comics creators are also here. Some questions are hard, some are easy.

One point for each correct answer. Where I ask what comics a person has created, you get one point for each comic. "Create" in this case does not neccessarily mean "invented", but only that the artist worked with this comic in one way or another.
  1. What artist used the pseudonym "Moebius"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  2. What comic artist is behind the pseudonym RobVel? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  3. What comic artist used the pseudonym "Peyo"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  4. What famous comic was drawn by Hal Foster? What other comic(s) did he create?
  5. What artist used the pseudonym "Jijé"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  6. What comic artist used the pen name "Hergé"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  7. What comic(s) were created by Hugo Pratt?
  8. Comic artists drawing Donald Duck are not allowed to sign their comics in any way. Yet, one artist does sign most of his series "D.U.C.K". What artist and what does the letters mean?
  9. What famous american comic artist signed some of his series "Addison"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  10. What comic artist used the pseudonym "Jack Kirby"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  11. What comic artist is known throughout Europe as "Morris"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  12. Who created "Calvin and Hobbes"?
  13. Who created the comic "Pogo"?
  14. Who created the comic "Crazy Cat"?
  15. Who created the comic "Peanuts"?
  16. What is the name of this comic character? The name is the same in the english and the original french edition. What artist created this character? What comic(s) did this artist create?

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Old 10-19-2012, 08:41 PM   #9739
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OH! I know two of those.

12. Who created "Calvin and Hobbes"? Bill Watterson - my son loved Calvin and Hobbes and collected the books

13. Who created the comic "Peanuts"? Charles Schultz - probably an American tradition and those cute holiday specials for Christmas (A Charlie Brown Christmas) and Halloween (It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown).

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Old 10-19-2012, 09:16 PM   #9740
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6. Hergé created Tintin, I think. I don't know his real name, though
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:23 PM   #9741
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4. Prince Valiant? Don't know of any others.
13. Walt Kelly?
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:10 PM   #9742
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I believe Morris was responsible for Asterix.
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Old 10-20-2012, 03:31 AM   #9743
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OH! I know two of those.

12. Who created "Calvin and Hobbes"? Bill Watterson - my son loved Calvin and Hobbes and collected the books
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Bill Watterson wrote and drew the wonderful life of a maybe-a-little-too-imaginative boy and his fiery stuffed tiger and their adventures from 1985 to 1995. I love them - and miss them - too. Watterson now lives a very quiet life withdrawn from his audience. Calvin and Hobbes are, so far, his only comic.

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13. Who created the comic "Peanuts"? Charles Schultz - probably an American tradition and those cute holiday specials for Christmas (A Charlie Brown Christmas) and Halloween (It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown).
Indeed he did - Charles Monroe Schultz created Peanuts in 1950. The strip ran for half a century until Schultz died in 2000. Schultz has created one comic besides Peanuts. This strip ran from 1947 to 1950, In this strip we find a certain Charlie Brown, a very Snoopy-like dog, and it is accepted that this was Shultz' blueprint for Peanuts. Bonus points to whoever can name this strip!

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4. Prince Valiant? Don't know of any others.
Harold Foster did draw the marvelous comic of Prince Valiant from 1937 to 1975, an american masterpiece. He continued to write the manuscripts until 1980. He died in 1982. Although Prince Valiant is considered his best work, he created one other comic prior to Prince Valiant. Bonus points to whoever can name that strip.
The Prince Valiant comic is now being re-issued by Fantagraphics based on the syndicate coloring proofs, preserved by Foster himself. Prince Valiant has never looked better than in this new edition, but the comic is stunning, even in black and white


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13. Walt Kelly?
Spot on. Walt Kelly worked both for Disney studios and Dell Comics creating comics and cartoons on contract before drawing Pogo. Pogo is, to my knowledge, his only comic created by himself. After his death in 1973, his widow continued the Pogo comic


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6. Hergé created Tintin, I think. I don't know his real name, though
Hergé created Tintin, entirely correct. A very popular comic he wrote alongside at least two less-known comics. Bonus points to whoever can name these comics and Hergés real name.

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I believe Morris was responsible for Asterix.
Asterix was written by René Goscinny and drawn by Albert Uderzo. Morris had nothing to do with Asterix, but Goscinny wrote manuscripts for Morris from 1952 and to his death in 1977, which gives Morris' comic a tone and humour quite similar to Asterix.

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Old 10-20-2012, 03:32 AM   #9744
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I've 'heard' of three of these, no idea of the answers though...


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One point for each correct answer. Where I ask what comics a person has created, you get one point for each comic. "Create" in this case does not neccessarily mean "invented", but only that the artist worked with this comic in one way or another.
  1. What artist used the pseudonym "Moebius"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
    Mœbius' full name is Jean Henri Gaston Giraud, short Jean Giraud. He also signed some comics as "Gir" - orlok 1 point
  2. What comic artist is behind the pseudonym RobVel? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  3. What comic artist used the pseudonym "Peyo"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  4. What famous comic was drawn by Hal Foster? What other comic(s) did he create?
    Hal Foster created Prince Valiant - Bookpossum 1 point
  5. What artist used the pseudonym "Jijé"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  6. What comic artist used the pen name "Hergé"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
    The full name of Hergé is Georges Prosper Remi - pdurrant 1 point, orlok 1 point
    He created Tintin - Shayne Parkinson 1 point
  7. What comic(s) were created by Hugo Pratt?
  8. Comic artists drawing Donald Duck are not allowed to sign their comics in any way. Yet, one artist does sign most of his series "D.U.C.K". What artist and what does the letters mean?
  9. What famous american comic artist signed some of his series "Addison"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
  10. What comic artist used the pseudonym "Jack Kirby"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
    He wrote The Fantastic Four and Captain America for Marvel - orlok 2 points
  11. What comic artist is known throughout Europe as "Morris"? What comic(s) did this artist create?
    Morris created the comic Lucky Luke - Kumabjorn 1 point
  12. Who created "Calvin and Hobbes"?
    Bill Watterson - Dreams 1 point
  13. Who created the comic "Pogo"?
    Walt Kelly - Bookpossum 1 point
  14. Who created the comic "Crazy Cat"?
  15. Who created the comic "Peanuts"?
    Charles M. Schultz - Dreams 1 point
  16. What is the name of this comic character? The name is the same in the english and the original french edition. What artist created this character? What comic(s) did this artist create?

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Old 10-20-2012, 03:56 AM   #9746
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Ahh Goscinny gave it away. Morris is of course famous for Lucky Luke.
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Old 10-20-2012, 04:29 AM   #9748
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Ahh Goscinny gave it away. Morris is of course famous for Lucky Luke.
Morris did indeed create Lucky Luke, the cowboy who shoots faster than his own shadow, in 1946. At that time, Luke looked like this:

Not what we're used to, but he soon evolved into the well-known Luke we know today.


Goscinny wrote manuscripts for Lucky Luke from 1952 to 1977, an created most of the wonderful characters we love/hate and adore: The Daltons,

Ma Dalton, Calamity Jane, and of course the dog Rantanplan, the stupidest dog in the West - stupider than his own shadow.

Rantanplan is a parody of another dog. Do you know what dog that is?

And by the way: How did the name Goscinny give the solution away?

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I knew that Goscinny worked with others and he did Asterix and Lucky Luke, since Asterix was wrong...

Being french speaking, he was Belgian I believe, Rantanplan sound like it would be a take on Rintintin. But that is just a guess.
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Ah, I shouldn't have mentioned Goscinny then. He did much more than "just" Lucky Luke and Asterix, but he's best known for those.

And yes, Rantanplan is a parody of Rintintin, a dog so clever that he can count the shots from a revolver, know when the gun is empty and it is safe to attack the villain. Rantanplan is the opposite - incredible stupid, but adorable nonetheless
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