In the early 1900s C.N. Landon instructed young cartoonists in the fundamentals of drawing and inking cartoon characters, influencing a generation of artists. Carl Barks (Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge), Floyd Gottfredson (Mickey Mouse), Roy Crane (Wash Tubbs and Buz Sawyer), Milton Caniff (Buzz Sawyer), and Jack Cole (Plastic Man) all took instruction from Landon. This expanded SECOND EDITION  contains:

* over 50 pages of new material
* revised and updated introduction
* complete reprints of Pen and Ink magazine numbers 3 (1911) and 7 (1918)
* sewn perfect binding for additional durability

With over 290 pages of vintage instructions, drawings, and promotional material, this facsimile edition will appeal to comic fans and historians alike.

When students graduated from Landon's school, he sent them a booklet on how to market themselves.  I've uploaded a free digital copy of Landon's booklet here.

Here's what the press had to say about the sold-out first edition:

Bend Bulletin       Statesman Journal          Cleveland Magazine

Email if you would like to be added to a waiting list for the third edition when it's available.

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