Herbie Popnecker

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Herbie was developed by Richard E. Hughes, who wrote the Herbie stories under the pseudonym Shane O'Shea, and Ogden Whitney, who did the artwork.

Kurt Schaffenberger did the artwork for seven late Herbie covers.

Index terms: writer: Richard E. Hughes, artist: Ogden Whitney, Leo Rosenbaum, Kurt Schaffenberger, American Comics Group

Richard E. Hughes on page 3 of "Forbidden Adventures: The History of the American Conics Group," by Michael Vance, Alter Ego #61, vol. 3, no. 6, August 2006.
Source: [hughes-alter-ego]
Updated: 2012-03-12
Richard E.
A self-portrait of Ogden Whitney in Unknown Worlds #4.
Source: Unknown Worlds #4d (1960-12)
Updated: 2012-03-12
A self-portrait of Ogden Whitney in Unknown Worlds #4 .
Richard E. Hughes and wife Annabel on page 10 of "Forbidden Adventures: The History of the American Conics Group," by Michael Vance, Alter Ego #61, vol. 3, no. 6, August 2006.

Annabel Hughes fondly remembered her husband's love for Herbie "The Fat Fury," and his spontaneous laughter when writing the series.
Source: [hughes-annabel-alter-ego]
Updated: 2012-03-12
Richard E.
Kurt Schaffenberger and Richard E. Hughes on page 30 of "Hero Gets Girl!: The Life & Art of Kurt Schaffenberger," 2003.
Source: ACG Fat Fury #3 (1998)
Updated: 2012-03-12
Kurt Schaffenberger and Richard E.
Herbie #2a shows a story meeting at Horrible Science Fiction with a self-referential pitch.
Source: Herbie #2a p.8 (1964-06)
Updated: 2012-03-12
Herbie #2a shows a story meeting at Horrible Science Fiction with a self-referential pitch.
The editor in Unknown Worlds #17 story "Odd Beliefs!" looks a little like Richard E. Hughes. No moustache or suspenders, though.
Source: [Unknown_Worlds_17-editor]
Updated: 2012-03-12
The editor in Unknown Worlds #17 story "Odd Beliefs!" looks a little like Richard E.