Splashes of Ink (1881 UK) comic books
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Splashes of Ink (1881), designed and Illustrated by G.J. Lillie, is a very early--and rare-- British cartoon book wherein "splashes of ink" are used, along with the artist's imagination, to render cartoon characters, grotesque figures (anticipating H. R. Giger by almost 100 years), Shelly-like monstrosities, bewitching villas, ruined castles, and very much more. Published by George Routledge & Sons. 32 pages, B&W illustrations, 8-in x 9-in.