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Martin Vaughn-James

Martin Vaughn-James (1943–2009) was a British painter and cartoonist best known for his captivating, stylistically experimental graphic novels—Elephant, The Projector, The Park, and The Cage—all published in the 1970s, when Vaughn-James lived in Canada. He contributed to numerous magazines during his lifetime and wrote two prose novels, Night Train and The Tomb of Zwaab.