Gustave Verbeek published a series of upside down cartoons in The Sunday New York Herald, in the beginning of the 1900's. The first part of the cartoon is read normally, then you can turn it upside down and the story continues ! You will see that he was absolutely brilliant in this genre.
Part of "A fish story", Verbeeks most famous drawing. "The largest of the Rocs picks her up by the skirt." Turned upside down : "Just as he reaches a small grassy point of land, another fish attacks him, lashing furiously with his tail." Original :A Fish Story Related :Bird or island in color A Fish Story - continued Number of ratings : 11.
Comic from the series of "Little lady Lovekins and Old man Muffaroo". Muffaroo warn Lovekins not to go near the water. But she does so and alarms a nice lady . . . Derived :Verbeek Comic - continued Number of ratings : 4.