In the past year, we’ve seen the likes of David Lynch and Stephen King hit the big screen with films like The Dark Tower and The Dark Knight Rises, while more subtle pieces such as Pixar’s Cars 2 and the upcoming Gravity have also been shown.
However, the list of the top cartoonists on Earth has not exactly been a cakewalk.
It has been difficult to assemble a ranking of cartoonists, let alone a top 50.
We’re here to change that, we thought, and we’re not only going to look at the best, but also at the ones that are the least controversial, the ones who have never made it on to the cover of any magazine, or that don’t appear on the cover, or, in our opinion, the most obscure.
The Top 50 Cartoonists of the Future We’ll start with a list of what we feel are the ten best cartoonist of the future.
There are plenty of talented cartoonists in this world, but if you are looking for a unique and original voice, we’d recommend you start with the five most notable cartoonists of our time.1.
Paul CornellPaul Cornell has spent most of his adult life making cartoons for a living.
His first cartoon came as a child, and it wasn’t long before he went on to work for Disney, where he was the director of animation for several cartoons.
His career went through a couple of different paths, and the one that was most rewarding to Cornell was working with the company’s most celebrated cartoonist, Walt Disney himself.
Cornell is now the co-founder of Cartoon Network, which has been a key source of inspiration for many of the cartoonists that Cornell has worked with over the years.
Cornell’s career also led to a career in film, where his work has appeared in some of the biggest movies of the 20th century.
His most notable work, however, is the award-winning animated series Adventure Time.