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Cheriya Manushyarum Valiya Lokavum of cartoon characters

Cheriya Manushyarum Valiya Lokavum (Small Men and the Big World) is a cartoon by the film director G. Aravindan. The serial cartoon was published in the last page of Malayalam weekly, Mathrubhumi from 1961 to 1973.

The cartoon dealt with the adventures of the central characters Ramu and Guruji, mingled with political and social satires. Characters in the cartoon literally depicted the socio-political and cultural issues of Kerala with a very special satiric touch. The series was preceded by two more cartoon series namely Ramuvinte Sahasika Yathrakal and Guruji featuring the central characters of Cheriya Manushyarum Valiya Lokavum. The strip split its readers into two equally enthusiastic categories: while many appreciated the strip for its thought provoking, understated, subtle kind of humour there were as many readers who derided it for not being "funny". The translated version of Walt Disney's "Funny Animals" was the only other cartoon that this Mathrubhumi carried at that time.

A collected edition of these strips was first published by Bees Books in 1978 and subsequently by DC books in 1996.

Cheriya Manushyarum Valiya Lokavum is regarded by many as India's first graphic novel although the strip does not fall perfectly under the category of graphic novel.


Nonoy Marcelo of cartoon characters

Severino "Nonoy" Marcelo (January 22, 1939 October 22, 2002) was a Filipino cartoonist born in Malabon, Metro Manila, Philippines, an alumnus of the Institute of Arts and Sciences from Far Eastern University, and a former cartoonist in The Advocate (the official student publication of Far Eastern University), best known for creating the character Ikabod Bubwit (literally "Ikabod the Small Rodent" or "Ikabod the Small Mouse" in Tagalog) in the comic strip Ikabod. He also created the comic strips Plain Folks, which appeared in the Daily Mirror during the early 1960s, and Tisoy in 1963 for the Manila Times, which tells about the lifestyle of young Filipinos. His main character, Tisoy (slang for "mestizo"), and cast members such as Aling Otik, Maribubut, Caligula, Tatang, Tikyo and Kinse, soon became established in Philippine pop culture.

Tisoy became a 1977 film directed by Ishmael Bernal, starring Christopher de Leon and Charo Santos.

Ikabod ran from the late 1970s to 2002. It was a satirical strip that re-cast the Philippines as a nation called Dagalandia. The strip humorously depicted the socio-political woes of ordinary Filipinos, as represented by the tailless Everymouse hero, Ikabod - who became as iconic in his own way as that other popular cartoon rodent, Mickey Mouse. Marcelo often used the strip to caricature political figures from Ferdinand Marcos and Corazon Aquino to Joseph Estrada and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, re-imagining them as mice.

In 1985, Marcelo was given the Catholic Mass Media Award for print journalism, a category usually given to reporters or columnists. In 1998, Marcelo received the Cultural Center of the Philippines' Centennial Artist Award, the only cartoonist so honored.


Luis Rodolfo Peaherrera Bermeo of cartoon characters

Luis Rodolfo Peaherrera Bermeo (c. 1936 20 August 2016) was an Ecuadorian artist.

He studied lithography and drawing from the Meritorious Philanthropic Society of Guayas, and earned a Fine Arts teaching degree from the Municipal School of Arts in Guayaquil. He became a professor at both institutions, and the rector of the latter for 33 years. During his time as a student, some of his teachers included Alfredo Palacio, Caesar Andrade Faini, and Hans Michaelson. Additionally, some of his own students such as Jorge Velarde went on become noted painters.

He painted the mural "Apotheosis of Guayaquil" on the ceiling of the City Hall, which portrays past and present iconic figures from Guayaquilean history. Another of his notable murals "Battle of Pichincha" is at the Carondelet Palace in Quito.

At the age of 23 he took over the drawing of the cartoon character named "Juan Pablo" (created in 1918 by Jaime Salinas), which was the most popular cartoon character in Guayaquil, having first appeared in El Telgrafo, and later in La Prensa and El Universo, which in 1994 was also recognized as "a civic emblem" by the municipal government. When Salinas died in 1959, El Telgrafo launched a contest to find someone who would take over the drawing of Juan Pablo, which Peaherrera Bermeo won. From 1962 to 1998 he drew a cartoon called "Flechazos" for the newspaper El Universo under the pseudonym Robin. He has also used the pseudonym Sombras at El Telgrafo.


Life of cartoon characters

He began working as a scenery painter for the Hungarian National Theatre in the late 1940s. Hedirected such animations productions as Hajra, Mozdony! (1972), Mattie the Goose-boy (1977), The Little Fox (1981), Szaffi (1983), and Captain of the Forest (1988). He studied at the College of Fine Arts in Budapest until 1948 when he was discharged because of political reasons. From 1951 he worked as a stage setting painter at Hungary's National Theatre, and in parallel he worked as a trainee on animated films, from 1954 he worked as a cartoon planner. He became an animated-film director in 1957, his first independent director-piece being the Don't give in little man! (Ne hagyd magad emberke!) in 1959. He started working at the then formed Pannonia Film Studio in 1957. His films are popular among both children and adults. He is also author of several animated books and comic strips. His best known strip figure is dog Kajla (Kajla kutya). His good humour reflects in all his works, which made all generations laugh among his audience. In 2008 his most known animated movie was re-filmed by Gyrgy Gt, but Dargay did not approve using his original characters because he did not agree with the spirit of the new movie. He died a year later, aged 82 in Budapest.



Edmond-Franois Calvo of cartoon characters

Edmond-Franois Calvo (26 August 1892 - 11 October 1957) was a French comics artist.

Born in 1892 in Elbeuf, France, he was in the army in the First World War, and started publishing cartoons in the 1920s. He had many different jobs, including working as a woodcarver and an innkeeper, until 1938, when he became a full-time artist. Most of his work had animals as the main characters, which together with his popularity and productivity gave him the nickname "The French Walt Disney".

His best known work is La bte est morte (started clandestinely in 1942, published as a book after the liberation in two parts in 1944-1945), a satire on the second World War with the different countries depicted as different animals, a system that would later be used by Art Spiegelman in his graphic novel Maus. The story was written by Victor Dancette and Jacques Zimmermann, and the comic was translated in English and Dutch. Other well-known works include Patamousse (1943-1946), about a rabbit, and Rosalie from 1946, where the main character wasn't an animal but a living car. Cricri souris d'appartement became the eponymous series for Cricri magazine. His last major series was Moustache et Trottinette (1952-1958), which was continued after his death by Jean Trubert.

He also contributed cartoons to satirical magazines like Le Canard enchan, and was active as a sculptor.

Calvo died in 1957 in the 20th arrondissement of Paris.

Calvo's graphical style, while often admired, has not really been influential. Only Albert Uderzo, the artist of Asterix, was directly influenced by Calvo after visiting him while still young.


The Turtle and the Monkey of cartoon characters

The Turtle and the Monkey (Tagalog: Ang Pagong at ang Matsing or Si Pagong at si Matsing) also known as The Monkey and the Turtle is a Philippine fable. It involves the tortoise outwitting a monkey over a banana tree. The story was Popularized by Jose Rizal, who made a publication of the story in English in the July 1889 issue of Trbner's Oriental Record in England, which is considered to be the formal beginning of Philippine children's literature.

The origin of the story can be traced to the Ilocano, which is linked to Indian arts. The Ilocano version of the story offers an explanation on why monkeys don't eat meat. Versions of the story has a common theme of a weaker but cunning character (the tortoise or turtle) winning over a stronger adversary (the monkey).

During his visit to Juan Luna in January 1886 in France, Rizal illustrated the story in 34 plates which he made in an album belonging Luna's wife. Rizal is considered as the first Filipino cartoonist for this feat and for illustrating five tales by Hans Christian Andersen which Rizal. Rizal did The Tortoise and the Monkey and the five Andersen tales in Tagalog.


In arts and entertainment of cartoon characters

In literatureThe Power-House, a 1916 novel by John Buchan

Powerhouse (comics), the name of several fictional characters in the Marvel Comics Universe

"Powerhouse", a short story by Eudora WeltyIn musicMusical artistsPowerhouse (rock band), a British hard rock band which formed after the breakup of the band Geordie in 1984

Powerhouse (1997 band), reached #38 in the UK with "Rhythm of the Night" in December 1997

Powerhouse (1999 band), responsible for 1999's "What You Need"

Eric Clapton and the Powerhouse, a British blues studio supergroup formed in 1966

"Powerhouse", an alias used by the composer Simon Power for his 1988 hit "On the Floor"RecordingsPowerhouse (Mustasch album), 2005

Powerhouse (Deep Purple album), 1977

Powerhouse (White Heart album), 1990

Powerhouse (The Jazz Crusaders album), 1969

"Powerhouse" (instrumental), a 1937 composition by Raymond Scott, featured in many Warner Bros. cartoonsVenuesPowerhouse (club), a gay club in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Powerhouse Arts District, Jersey City

Brisbane Powerhouse, a performing arts center in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Powerhouse, a club overlooking Albert Park and Lake in Melbourne, Australia

Powerhouse Theater, a collaboration between New York Stage and Film and Vassar CollegeOther uses in arts and entertainmentPowerhouse (TV series), a 1982 United States television series

Power House (talkshow), a Filipino talkshow

Powerhouse (video game), a 1995 computer game by Impressions Games, now part of Vivendi SA


Dan Martin (cartoonist) of cartoon characters

Dan Martin is a 20th and 21st century American cartoonist.

Martin, a St. Louis native, was graduated from Lindbergh High School. At age 16, He worked at Six Flags Over Mid-America as caricaturist. He joined the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 1980 out of the University of Kansas.

Martin draws the Weatherbird for the Post-Dispatch. He is the sixth cartoonist to draw the Weatherbird, which debuted in 1901 and appears every day on the paper's front page. He is the second longest serving Weatherbird artist (after Amadee Wohlschlaeger), having taken over the strip in 1986. "Albert Schweitzer, who was drawing the Bird at the time, told me he was planning to retire" Martin recalls. "After I had practiced for about a year, we took 10 Weatherbird drawings of mine mixed in with 10 of Alberts and showed them to editor Bill Woo, who couldnt tell the difference... So I got the job."

In 1987, Martin eliminated the cigar which had been emblematic of the character since its inception, He also restored the bird's beak to some degree (previous Weatherbird cartoonists had atrophied the beak to the point of a flat-faced Weatherbird).

Martin also draws the weekly cartoon "Postcard From Mound City" for the Post-Dispatch editorial page ("Mound City" is a nickname for St. Louis, based on the nearby Cahokia Mounds).

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