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Encyclopedia > Hunt Emerson

Hunt Emerson (1952-). Cartoonist. Lives and works in Birmingham, England. Closely involved with the Birmingham Arts Lab of the mid-to-late 1970s, and with the British underground comics scene of the 1970s & 80s. His many comics strips and graphic novels are well known and have been translated into numerous languages.


Ha has been acclaimed as one of the 75 European Masters of Cartooning of the 20th Century by the Centre Nationale de la Bande Dessinee et de l'Image, and has won many other international awards.


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  • Hunt Emerson (http://www.lambiek.net/emerson.htm) at Lambiek.net (http://www.lambiek.net)

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