PAVLOV

PAVLOV

A cartoon panel, created by Toronto Cartoonist Ted Martin just as the Toronto Telegram folded and the Toronto Sun opened. It began as a light political satire and evolved into the adventures of a dog which took on the panel’s name. Martin acquiesced and made the dog the star of the panel after readers would phone in asking why it wasn’t in that day’s panel.

In 1995 it was carried in a hundred newspapers around the world. It was syndicated by Universal Press.

MEDIUM:

BOOK GRAPHIC COLLECTION:

Cover:

Book:

Front& Back: Pavlov. Illus., Ted Martin. Dell Publishing Co. Ltd., Jan. 1984.

Front& Back: Pavlov dog pounds. Illus., Ted Martin. Andrews and McMeel Inc. 1983.

Front& Back: Pavlov’s Pad. Illus., Ted Martin. Andrews and McMeel Inc. 1982.

Front& Back: Pavlov’s Pad. Illus., Ted Martin. Dell Publishing Co. Ltd., Aug. 1984.

Content:

Panel Cartoon :

Pavlov. Car., Ted Martin. Dell Publishing Co. Ltd., Jan. 1984.

Pavlov dog pounds. Car., Ted Martin. Andrews and McMeel Inc. 1983.

Pavlov’s Pad. Car., Ted Martin. Andrews and McMeel Inc. 1982.

Pavlov’s Pad. Car., Ted Martin. Dell Publishing Co. Ltd., Aug. 1984.

SOURCE:

Newspaper

“Funny Business.” Writ, Ian Harvey. Toronto Sun, 8 Jan.1995: 11.

GALLERY:

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CANADIAN CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION and ANIMATION\IMAGE CARTOON P\PAVLOV Pavlov's Pad, 1982..jpg Pavlov’s Pad. 1982: Front cover.