Last Updated July 1, 2013
I mentioned elsewhere on this site that it was the lack of information on Don Newton on the internet that
prompted me to create this site in the first place, so don't hope for much. If you do go
looking on your own for Don's work, make sure you add "comics" to the search
criteria or you'll end up with lots of hits for a corvette salesman.
||Joe Rubinstein was
Don's favorite inker, a true professional, and a big Don Newton fan. Joe
inked the last pages that Don ever drew. Joe is also a wonderful portrait
artist and you can see his work at his wonderful website. Joe is available
for commissions and recreations of work he did with Don and others. Check
out his website and be amazed or contact him directly through this
||I don't know if
they are ever going to do articles on Don, but they cover Charlton
Comics in depth. A really professional magazine about one of the most
unusual companies to ever publish comics. Some great talents got their
starts at Charlton, including Don Newton.
||Web site of DC
Comics cover designer Ed Hannigan. If you search around (and the art is so
good that I suggest you do) you will find Ed's original layouts for Batman
#314 and Detective #526
A Publishing History in the U.S.A.
|Contains a history of the
Phantom in newspapers and comics.
||Now for something completely
different. You've seen Don Newton's wonderful artwork, now if you like, take a look at mine.
There are a few comic book pieces here, but mainly my paintings. Most of my
work is in pastels or in charcoal. My favorite subject matter is the nude
female form, though there are some nude males, some landscapes, some
portraits, a few animals...really a little bit of everything.
|A Source of One
is my BLOG. I've been known to swear here, particularly when the Bush
administration is any part of the topic. I also talk about comics, books,
movies, TV, music, plays, current events, art, you name it.
man who brought you "Fahrenheit
9/11", "Roger and Me," "TV Nation,"
"Downsize This," "Stupid White Men" and "Bowling
for Columbine" brings you the #1 political website in the world.
Popular for a reason; as more and more of our freedoms disappear each day
Michael Moore shows those in power that the American people will not go
quietly into the night.
The Art of Don Newton
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