I wrote briefly the other week about Sydney published collaborations bewtween New Zealand cartoonist Brodie Mack and Australian writer Peter Amos, here is another sample from that era, There Was a Young Lady Of -.
Above: Page from Rangers Comic #23 published by Fiction House, June 1945.
As well as collaborating on the first Australian comic reprinted in the US, Kazanda, New Zealand cartoonist Brodie Mack and Australian writer Archie E. Martin (under pseudonym Peter Amos) produced a series of publications published in Sydney combining Mack's drawings and Martin's prose.
Phantom Pants - A Fantasy in Silk - 28 pages of Illustrations by Brodie Mack and prose by Peter Amos. Published by Ballards Pty Ltd, Sydney 1938.
If It's Not A Rude Question, 32 pages, published by NSW Bookstall Company, Sydney in 1938.
Hooey! 38 pages, published by NSW Bookstall Company, Sydney 1944.