Talk:Steve Bell (cartoonist)

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Attributions of older art[edit]

Am I the only person to make the point that Steve Bell is utterly punctilious about attributing to its author(s) the sources which he chooses to imitate, or, indeed, to parody? If all the "works of art" which he has re-used were laid end-to-end, I just _hate_ to think how far they would stretch! Good on him!

I edited the cartoon strip example shown in this article as it was too grey... Saved it as a jpg(format)at a smaller file size though... It is findable at this link http://licornenoir.chez-alice.fr/If_strip_adjusted.jpg if someone wants to insert it (how does one do that???) I don't know whether one is supposed to download images to Wikipedia before using them in entries (????) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Licornenoire (talkcontribs) 21:50, 9 November 2007 (UTC)

Pretty pathetic that an earlier author doesn't know how to spell Alastair Campbell's name. I have corrected it. 90.194.154.222 (talk) 10:14, 20 March 2008 (UTC)

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