Arthur Horner (cartoonist)
Arthur Horner (1916–1997) was an Australian cartoonist. His major creations were the serialised adventures of Colonel Pewter, which ran from 1952 to 1970, in England and Australia, and The Uriel Report Melbourne Age, early 1980s.
Colonel Pewter's adventures were published in Britain, beginning in the News Chronicle (1952), The Daily Mail (after a takeover in 1960), and then The Guardian (1964–1970). Horner was Australian, but as he lived at various times in England and Australia, the appearance of the strip in both countries isn't surprising. The entire run appeared in the Melbourne Age.
- Colonel Pewter in Ironicus by Arthur Horner, with an introduction by Christopher Fry. London: Pall Mall Press Limited, 1957
- Sirius Dog Star: a brace of Col. Pewter stories by Arthur Horner (Dog Star and Come Back, Sirius). Newton Abbot, Devon: David & Charles, 1972. ISBN 0-7153-5715-8
- The Penguin Colonel Pewter: three Whimshire stories by Arthur Horner (Greenfingers, Outward Ho!, Special Attraction). Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books Ltd., 1978 (strips originally from 1965, 1966, 1967). ISBN 0-14-070074-9
- The Book of Uriel as transcribed by Arthur Horner ; and introduced by Terry Lane. Contains "Flying Visit," a Colonel Pewter story featuring Uriel along with most of the regular cast (from 1967, 1968), along with a compilation of The Uriel Report from the late '70s. Ringwood, Vic.: Penguin Books, 1979. ISBN 0-14-070080-3
- Collection of political cartoons - held and digitised by the National Library of Australia
- "Colonel Pewter". Archived from the original on 2009-10-27. Retrieved 2010-10-07.
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