Category Archives: CartoonDocs

docs who produce cartoons

Grégoire Solotareff

Grégoire Solotareff is ArtDoc, WriterDoc and more

Grégoire Solotareff (* 8. August 1953 in Alexandria) is a french author and illustrator of childrens books.

Primarily he had been working as medical doctor. In 1997 he got a German youth literature prize for “Du groß, und ich klein”.

Grégoire Solotareff (* 8. August 1953 in Alexandria) ist ein französischer Autor und Illustrator von Kinderbüchern.

Solotareff war zuerst als Arzt tätig und lebt zurzeit in Paris. Im Jahre 1997 erhielt er den Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis für das Buch Du groß, und ich klein. Auf Deutsch sind nur einige seiner Werke erschienen, u. a. auch das Kleine Museum, in dem knapp 150 Ausschnitte aus Gemälden Begriffe von Adler bis Zylinder zeigen. Continue reading Grégoire Solotareff

Massimo Bolognesi + Guido Bertozzi

Massimo Bolognesi is WriterDoc and Guido Bertozzi CartoonDoc

my doctor told me to make prevention against a heart attack by having a coitus
my doctor told me to make prevention against a heart attack by having a coitus

Born in 1953 he lives in Cesena/Italy and entertains his patients with some humorous documents on his homepage.

Guido Bertozzi practises as dentist in Cesena and has made the cartoons under his psyudonym RONALTAN. Continue reading Massimo Bolognesi + Guido Bertozzi

Alberto Burgos Herrera

Alberto Burgos Herrera is DiscoDoc, CollectorDoc, WriterDoc and more

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Since he was 12 years old he collected records with dance music of South American Style, he is a requested lecturer about this topic.

Apart from that he is founder of a cultural club Colombia Bailaba Asi in Medelín in Colombia as well as he runs the Festival de Música Campesina as EventDoc Continue reading Alberto Burgos Herrera

Michael Green

Michael Green is CartoonDoc, ArtDoc and PhotographerDoc

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I am a physician and bioethicist by training, and a professor in the Departments of Humanities and Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine. I have been interested in comics (and all forms of visual arts) since childhood, and have been teaching a course on Comics and Medicine to 4th-year medical students for a number of years. The students’ comics can be viewed here: http://www.pennstatehershey.org/web/humanities/home/resources/comicbook Continue reading Michael Green

Ian Williams

Ian Williams is CartoonDoc

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Ian Williams is physician, ComicDoc, graphic and Writer. Photo: Stephen Lampre

‘I am a physician, comics artist and writer, based in Brighton, UK. After training in medicine I took postgraduate studies in fine art and then an MA in medical humanities. I have taught at both medical schools and art schools, and have written book chapters, scholarly papers for various journals and articles for broadsheet newspapers. I started making comics under the nom de plume Thom Ferrier in 2007 but have since reverted to using my real name. My debut graphic novel, The Bad Doctor, was published in June 2014 by Myriad Editions. Continue reading Ian Williams

Osamu Tezuka

Tezuka Osamu was SuperCartoonDoc and more

Osamu Tezuka (手塚 治虫, born 手塚 治 Tezuka Osamu?, 3 November 1928 – 9 February 1989) was a Japanese manga artist, cartoonist, animator, film producer, medical doctor and activist. Born in Osaka Prefecture, he is best known as the creator of the comics series Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion, Black Jack, and Phoenix. His prolific output, pioneering techniques, and innovative redefinitions of genres earned him such titles as “the father of manga“, “the godfather of manga” and “the god of manga”. Additionally, he is often considered the Japanese equivalent to Walt Disney, who served as a major inspiration during Tezuka’s formative years.[1] Continue reading Osamu Tezuka