Karl Hubenthal - Career

Career

Following the war Hubenthal worked as a freelancer, focusing on advertisements. By 1949, he went back to cartooning at another Hearst publication, the Los Angeles Examiner. He became the Examiner's full-time editorial cartoonist in 1956. When his former publication, the Herald-Express was combined with the Examiner in 1962 Hubenthal's cartoons were carried over to the new publication (the Herald-Examiner). While Hubenthal's work was also in syndication to other Hearst publications and he was also continued to draw sports cartoons and other pieces of sports-themed art. Hubenthal's work was distributed nationally by Hearst's publications for over 30 years. He retired from the Herald-Examiner in 1982. He served as President of the Society of Illustrators, President of the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists, and Regional Director of the National Cartoonists Society. He died of cancer in 1998.

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