1910s Multi-Panel Pans

Listed in publication order.

1910

Two two-panels pans from The Terrors of the Tiny Tads comic strip, July 31, 1910, by Gustave Verbeek

July 31 1910 – from the comic strip The Terrors of the Tiny Tads by Gustave Verbeek  (scanned from the book Art Out of Time: Unknown Comics Visionaries 1900-1969, by Dan Nadel, published by Abrams, 2006.) Gustave Verbeek (1867-1937) is best known for very inventive earlier comics which read differently right-side up and upside down (check out the link! worth it.) Tiny Tads is still fairly inventive – but more in creating various oddball creatures including the above “Sombreroplane.” The Tads explore various landscapes; multi-panel pans stitch the landscapes together occasionally.

(1911-1912 None posted)

1913

Two-panel pan sequence from The Terrors of the Tiny Tads, June 13, 1913, by Gustave Verbeek

June 13, 1913 – from the comic strip The Terrors of the Tiny Tads by Gustave Verbeek  (scanned from the book Art Out of Time: Unknown Comics Visionaries 1900-1969, by Dan Nadel, published by Abrams, 2006.) See the Verbeek/Tads explanation above.

(1914- 1919 None posted)

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