1. New Zealanders admire their ship The HMS New Zealand. Sketch by Trevor Lloyd showing HMS New Zealand in Auckland Harbour. Trevor Lloyd had joined Auckland Weekly News as an illustrator, graphic artist and cartoonist in the early 1900s. This cartoon was published in the Auckland Weekly News in April 1913. (Source: www.hmsnewzealand.com )

     
  2. Australian reprint of Buck Rogers, Buck Rogers Special #10 from tip Top Comics. Back cover advertisement includes fellow reprint titles featuring American comics Hurricane Hawk and Red Ryder.

     
  3. Australian reprint of The Hooded Horseman #5, cover by Australian artist Paul Wheelahan.

     
  4. Convicted Comics #8 cover by Australian writer/cartoonist Paul Wheelahan. Back issue advert for Australian Biggles comic

     
  5. SALT was published fortnightly during World War Two by the Australian Army Education Service and distributed free to all ranks among all Australian troops in Australian and adjacent territories, and Royal Australian Navy, to inform, entertain and educate service personnel. Published in digest size, initial covers featured text descriptions of interior contents but eventually illustrative covers were employed featuring work from many cartoonists and illustrators of the time. SALT featured work from troops, staff writers and artists in the form of articles, illustrations, stories, poetry and cartoons.

     
  6. benjuers:

    Overland are celebrating their 60th year of publication, so I’m really stoked that they’d include this toon in their new issue. They’re a top-notch literary journal and you should maybe, y’know, think about, y’know, subscribing?…….DO IT.

     
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  8. Ask Jenny written by Leonie Robbins and drawn by Margaret Goddard featured in Australian magazine The New Idea offering beauty and make up tips for women. This installment appeared 11th April , 1962.

     
  9. Western Illustration by Maurice Bramley from the World’s News 10th December 1955.

     
  10. SALT was published fortnightly during World War Two by the Australian Army Education Service and distributed free to all ranks among all Australian troops in Australian and adjacent territories, and Royal Australian Navy, to inform, entertain and educate service personnel. Published in digest size, initial covers featured text descriptions of interior contents but eventually illustrative covers were employed featuring work from many cartoonists and illustrators of the time. SALT featured work from troops, staff writers and artists in the form of articles, illustrations, stories, poetry and cartoons.