Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl (May 12, 1915 – December 29, 1991) was an American comics artist and animator. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Cleveland School of Art from 1933–37, with Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, who actually got some help from Strobl creating Superman. Gerard Jones in his book Men of Tomorrow reveals at one point Jerry Siegel contemplated ending his partnership with Joe Shuster in developing what became Superman and work with someone else instead.

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  • Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl was een Amerikaans striptekenaar. Hij werd geboren in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1938 begon hij te werken bij de tekenfilmafdeling van Disney, waar hij meewerkte aan de tekenfilm Fantasia. Hij verliet de studio om te vechten in de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Na de Tweede Wereldoorlog besloot hij Disney-strips te gaan tekenen, vooral van Donald Duck. Hij maakte ook strips met tekenfilmfiguren van andere filmmaatschappijen, zoals Bugs Bunny en Woody Woodpecker.
  • Anthony Joseph Strobl, dit Tony Strobl est un prolifique dessinateur de bandes dessinées animalières (funny animal comics) américaines. Il est surtout connu pour l'illustration d'histoires de Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck, Oncle Picsou et Mickey Mouse. En 2006, il a fait l'objet d'un numéro spécial de Hall of Fame, une collection scandinave d'ouvrages consacrés aux meilleurs dessinateurs Disney. Il est l'auteur de plus de 3000 bandes dessinées Disney.
  • Anthony Joseph Strobl, bekannt als Tony Strobl, war ein US-amerikanischer Comic- und Trickfilmzeichner, der besonders wegen seiner Leistungen für Disney berühmt wurde.
  • Tony Strobl, nascido Anthony Joseph Strobl foi um animador e desenhista de quadrinhos para a Disney.
  • Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl, född 12 maj 1915 i Cleveland, Ohio, död 29 december 1991 i Los Angeles, serietecknare och en av de mest produktiva upphovsmännen av disneyserier, i huvudsak hågkommen för sina serier med Kalle Anka i huvudrollen.
  • Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl (May 12, 1915 – December 29, 1991) was an American comics artist and animator. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Cleveland School of Art from 1933–37, with Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, who actually got some help from Strobl creating Superman. Gerard Jones in his book Men of Tomorrow reveals at one point Jerry Siegel contemplated ending his partnership with Joe Shuster in developing what became Superman and work with someone else instead. Strobl was among those approached but he respectfully declined, feeling his more cartoony artstyle was ill suited for such a serious character. After finishing his education, Strobl became impressed enough by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to seek a job at Walt Disney Studios. After a refusal, he eventually was hired in 1938. He worked as an animator on Fantasia, Dumbo, and Pinocchio before he left the studio to fight in World War II. In 1942, Strobl saved a seven year old girl from drowning while working for an Army propaganda unit. He returned to animation after the war, but moved over to the comics field, and after a few commercial artist jobs, he started working for Western Publishing in 1947. At Western, he illustrated primarily Disney comics, especially from the Duck universe. Starting with a Bucky Bug story for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #100 in 1949, Strobl had a long and impressive production of Disney comics. He did comic book stories for Western until 1968, and for the Disney Studio Program from 1963 to his retirement in 1987. Although during his career he primarily illustrated stories written by others, he wrote some of his stories himself. Strobl also illustrated some stories written by Carl Barks after the latter's 1966 retirement. The most significant of these is "King Scrooge the First". In addition to Disney, Strobl illustrated comics with several other characters, such as Bugs Bunny and Woody Woodpecker. In the Hall of Fame series of hardcover books devoted to the greatest Duck (and Mouse) comics artists, published in Norwegian, Danish and Swedish by Egmont, Volume 15 (2006) is dedicated to Strobl's work.
  • Anthony Joseph «Tony» Strobl fue un historietista, artista y animador estadounidense. Nació en Cleveland, Ohio, y asistió al Instituto de Arte de Cleveland entre los años 1933–37 con Jerry Siegel y Joe Shuster, que ayudó a Strobl a crear al personaje de Superman. Gerard Jones en su libro Hombres del Mañana revela que en un momento Jerry Siegel contempló terminar su asociación con Shuster en desarrollar lo que se convirtió en Superman y trabajar con otra persona. Strobl estaba entre los que se le acercó con respeto, pero finalmente lo negó, sintiendo que su estilo más caricaturesco era adecuado para un personaje tan serio.
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  • Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl was een Amerikaans striptekenaar. Hij werd geboren in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1938 begon hij te werken bij de tekenfilmafdeling van Disney, waar hij meewerkte aan de tekenfilm Fantasia. Hij verliet de studio om te vechten in de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Na de Tweede Wereldoorlog besloot hij Disney-strips te gaan tekenen, vooral van Donald Duck. Hij maakte ook strips met tekenfilmfiguren van andere filmmaatschappijen, zoals Bugs Bunny en Woody Woodpecker.
  • Anthony Joseph Strobl, dit Tony Strobl est un prolifique dessinateur de bandes dessinées animalières (funny animal comics) américaines. Il est surtout connu pour l'illustration d'histoires de Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck, Oncle Picsou et Mickey Mouse. En 2006, il a fait l'objet d'un numéro spécial de Hall of Fame, une collection scandinave d'ouvrages consacrés aux meilleurs dessinateurs Disney. Il est l'auteur de plus de 3000 bandes dessinées Disney.
  • Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl (May 12, 1915 – December 29, 1991) was an American comics artist and animator. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Cleveland School of Art from 1933–37, with Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, who actually got some help from Strobl creating Superman. Gerard Jones in his book Men of Tomorrow reveals at one point Jerry Siegel contemplated ending his partnership with Joe Shuster in developing what became Superman and work with someone else instead.
  • Anthony Joseph Strobl, bekannt als Tony Strobl, war ein US-amerikanischer Comic- und Trickfilmzeichner, der besonders wegen seiner Leistungen für Disney berühmt wurde.
  • Tony Strobl, nascido Anthony Joseph Strobl foi um animador e desenhista de quadrinhos para a Disney.
  • Anthony Joseph (Tony) Strobl, född 12 maj 1915 i Cleveland, Ohio, död 29 december 1991 i Los Angeles, serietecknare och en av de mest produktiva upphovsmännen av disneyserier, i huvudsak hågkommen för sina serier med Kalle Anka i huvudrollen.
  • Anthony Joseph «Tony» Strobl fue un historietista, artista y animador estadounidense. Nació en Cleveland, Ohio, y asistió al Instituto de Arte de Cleveland entre los años 1933–37 con Jerry Siegel y Joe Shuster, que ayudó a Strobl a crear al personaje de Superman. Gerard Jones en su libro Hombres del Mañana revela que en un momento Jerry Siegel contempló terminar su asociación con Shuster en desarrollar lo que se convirtió en Superman y trabajar con otra persona.
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