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Alex Toth (1928-2006)
hpkomic at 9:20PM, May 31, 2006
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How is there not a discussion on this sad state of affairs? The guy was a legend.

He was only 78 and died at his drawing table. A true inspiration.
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Terminal at 9:26PM, May 31, 2006
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hpkomic
He was only 78 and died at his drawing table. A true inspiration.

Like a true artist.

.: Myxomatosis :.
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hpkomic at 10:59PM, May 31, 2006
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I totally did not see that. Thanks for pointing this out Tater.

I always thought his animation work came first, so I forgot to check the comic section, doip.
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SpANG at 6:56AM, June 1, 2006
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hpkomic
He was only 78 and died at his drawing table. A true inspiration.
Oh, so he was released from the hospital?

It's nice to know he didn't die in a hospital.

.: SpANG! :.
“To a rational mind, nothing is inexplicable. Only unexplained.”
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Coydog at 12:29PM, June 1, 2006
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Toth was one of my big-time artistic influences. He knew how to say so much with a single, well-placed curve. I would suggest looking up his comics work as well as his animation stuff. This guy could draw just about ANYTHING, and did.
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