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  1. Cartooning was my specialty. (Web site)
  2. Cartooning is a lonely job. (Web site)
  3. Cartooning was so far away, even though I drew like every kid does, but I never thought of it as my life work. (Web site)

Ann Telnaes

  1. Ann Telnaes is a freelance political cartoonist whose work takes aim at the Bush administration and champions progressive causes.
  2. Ann Telnaes is a Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist whose work appears in diverse leading natioanl publications.
  3. Ann Telnaes is a leading editorial cartoonist and the second woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in her field, editorial cartooning.
  4. Ann Telnaes is an American editorial cartoonist.

Art Spiegelman

  1. Art Spiegelman is a cartoonist who first came to attention in the early 1980s as editor of the magazine Raw .
  2. Art Spiegelman is a cartoonist who first came to attention in the early 1980s with a magazine he edited called Raw. (Web site)
  3. Art Spiegelman is a comic book writer famous for creating Maus .
  4. Art Spiegelman is a critically acclaimed and highly influential artist and graphic novelist.
  5. Art Spiegelman is a favorite creator of 5 users.


  1. Bakshi was accused of plagiarism by Mark Bod--, son of underground comix artist Vaughn Bod--.
  2. Bakshi was introduced to the work of J. R. R. Tolkien by a director at Terrytoons in 1956. (Web site)

Basil Wolverton

  1. Basil Wolverton was one of the original artists at Mad magazine in the 50's.
  2. Basil Wolverton is a diabolically clever artist whose first comic book work appeared in 1938.
  3. Basil Wolverton is a particular focus and he's found pieces by him through the years at Comic-Con.
  4. Basil Wolverton is one of the most original and funniest cartoonists of all time.

Bennett Clay

  1. Looker is an enthralling novel by Stanley Bennett Clay. (Web site)
  2. Stanley Bennett Clay is a Los Angeles-based publisher, writer and author of several novels, including In Search of Pretty Young Black Men and Looker.
  3. Stanley Bennett Clay is a masterful writer, but he's more than that.

Bill Griffith

  1. Bill Griffith is a real giant in the cartoon universe and I've always loved his work. (Web site)

Bill Holbrook

  1. Bill Holbrook is a cartoonist, the creator of Kevin and Kell and On the Fastrack.
  2. Bill Holbrook is a model maker extraordinary.
  3. Bill Holbrook is a prolific American comic strip & webcomic writer and artist. (Web site)
  4. Bill Holbrook is a prolific American comic strip & webcomic writer and artist.
  5. Bill Holbrook is a prolific American comic strip writer and artist.

Bill Mauldin

  1. Bill Mauldin was a national treasure.
  2. Bill Mauldin is a great writer and cartoonist.
  3. Bill Mauldin is a national treasure.
  4. Bill Mauldin is a political cartoonist who is mostly famous (to me, anyway) for his work during WWII as a soldier.
  5. Bill Mauldin is a rather quiet fellow, a little above medium size.

Bill Melendez

  1. Bill Melendez is a Mexican-born American character animator, film director, and film producer, known for his cartoons for Warner Brothers and the.
  2. Bill Melendez is a past faculty member of the University of Southern California in the Cinema Arts Department.
  3. Bill Melendez is the producer and director and Vince Guaraldi is the music composer.

Bill Wray

  1. Bill Wray is an American cartoonist and landscape painter.

Boardman Robinson

  1. Boardman Robinson 1876-1952, American painter, illustrator, and cartoonist, b. (Web site)
  2. A regular contributor to The Masses was Boardman Robinson, then and perhaps permanently regarded as one of America's greatest artists. (Web site)

Bob Dunn

  1. Bob Dunn is a long-time LIBA member who attends every.
  2. Bob Dunn is an icon of Western swing music. (Web site)

Bob Gregory

  1. Bob Gregory is a leader and innovator in using park improvements to spur economic development. (Web site)
  2. Bob Gregory is a professor of economics at the Australian National University.
  3. Bob Gregory is a sad schlub who is stuck in his dead end job, with no chance of promotion.
  4. Bob Gregory is a staff writer for the CRMS newsletter "Advanced Manufacturing." He has a Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Irvine.

Bob Montana

  1. Bob Montana was an American cartoonist who fashioned the characters that launched Archie Comics. (Web site)


  1. Books are filled up by more prominent cartoonists whose work is nothing special.
  2. Books are not included. (Web site)
  3. Books are shipped within 48 hours (usually same day) of receipt of payment.
  4. The books are high quality, glossy stock paper and bound in heavy covers.
  5. The books were in hardback and of course very cheap in those day.

Brad Anderson

  1. Brad Anderson is a U.S. professional wrestler and is the son of legendary wrestler Gene Anderson. (Web site)
  2. Brad Anderson is a cartoonist who is best known for his comic strip, Marmaduke.
  3. Brad Anderson is a director that i'm still waiting for something great from.
  4. Brad Anderson is a man of deep and abiding faith, and he has played an important role in his company and our community.
  5. Brad Anderson is a refreshingly normal kind of genius.

Brian Fairrington

  1. BRIAN FAIRRINGTON is a top illustrator in Arizona, along with being a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist.
  2. Brian Fairrington is one of the most accomplished young cartoonists in the country. (Web site)

Brian Ralph

  1. Brian Ralph is a popular underground cartoonist.
  2. Brian Ralph is a real study in that.
  3. Brian Ralph is an underground American cartoonist residing in Baltimore, Maryland. (Web site)
  4. Brian Ralph is the first of the Fort Thunder cartoonists I encountered, when a copy of his mini-comic Fireball #5 made its way across my desk.

Bruce Eric Kaplan

  1. Bruce Eric Kaplan is a perfect example of that.
  2. Bruce Eric Kaplan is a staff cartoonist for The New Yorker and a television writer and producer.
  3. Bruce Eric Kaplan is a very nice fellow who draws cartoons and writes for television.
  4. Bruce Eric Kaplan is a very nice fellow who has been drawing cartoons for The New Yorker and other publications for more than ten years.

Bruce Lewis

  1. Bruce Lewis is a computer engineer responsible for the experimental development, assessment, and transition of new software engineering technology.
  2. Bruce Lewis is a licensed Associate Broker with over 39 years of experience in sales and marketing.
  3. Bruce Lewis is a physiotherapist who helps Johnny regain his strength after his coma.
  4. Bruce Lewis is a professional cartoonist, illustrator, writer, and pop culture enthusiast. (Web site)
  5. Bruce Lewis is a small spry man with a quick smile.


  1. CalArts is one of the largest independent universities in California today, largely due to the generosity of the Disney family. (Web site)
  2. CalArts is one of the largest independent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disney's.
  3. CalArts was to be a unique educational concept that would "cross fertilize" disciplines in art, design, music, dance, film, video and theater. (Web site)

Carl Barks

  1. Carl Barks is a favorite creator of 10 users. (Web site)
  2. Carl Barks is a genious.
  3. Carl Barks is a god.
  4. Carl Barks is a golden god +2 diggs.
  5. Carl Barks is one of the world ' s most legendary comic artists.

Carl Fallberg

  1. Many of these serials were written by Carl Fallberg. (Web site)
  2. Muitas das hist--rias que desenhou com o Mickey tinham argumento de Carl Fallberg.
  3. Carl Fallberg (1915 – May 1996) was a Disney Comics artist who wrote and drew many Disney Comics. (Web site)

Carol Tyler

  1. Carol Tyler is a bus driver for the Conroe Independent School District; after escaping from a brutal marriage, Carol herself was, at one time, homeless.
  2. Carol Tyler is a crucial voice for the medium.
  3. Carol Tyler is a professional cartoonist and graphic novelist, and she began teaching a comics art class last year at the University of Cincinnati.
  4. Carol Tyler is an American cartoonist known for her autobiographical comics. (Web site)

Cayetano Garza

  1. Cayetano Garza is a webcomic artist, cartoonist, illustrator, and musician.

Charles Addams

  1. Charles Addams: A Cartoonist's Life by Linda H. Davis will delight those interested in literary gossip and intrigue at The New Yorker.

Chris Ware

  1. Chris Ware is a critic's darling.
  2. Chris Ware is a favorite creator of 8 users.
  3. Chris Ware is a genius.
  4. Chris Ware is a graphic novelist based out of Chicago.
  5. Chris Ware is a master of composition and color and held to be one of the bright hopes of the American comic. (Web site)

Clay Bennett

  1. Clay Bennett is a Pulitzer prize winner editorial cartoonist.
  2. Clay Bennett is a guy who can get things done," Cornett said.
  3. Clay Bennett is a liar," concludes SonicsCentral, and now the story is everywhere .
  4. Clay Bennett is a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist.
  5. Clay Bennett is a powerful DarkRiver sentinel, but he grew up in the slums with his human mother, never knowing his changeling father.


  1. Comment : A World War II spy thriller that spans both continents and centuries. (Web site)
  2. Comment : A lot of strips done by the Croatian Novi Kvadrat in the late 1970s were silent one or multi-pagers. (Web site)
  3. Comment : A silent story originally inspired by a still from "Alien" that Byrne saw while flipping through a copy of Heavy Metal at the newsstand. (Web site)
  4. Comment : A strip in Dark Horse's giveaway tabloid. (Web site)
  5. Comment : A thinly veiled autobiographical story, Can of Worms is a silent graphic novel in the tradition of Masereel, Ward and Milton Gross. (Web site)


  1. Born in Racine, Wisconsin, Commodore was always interested in drawing.
  2. Chester Commodore ( August 22, 1914 - April 10, 2004) was an African American cartoonist, both of political cartoons and comic strips. (Web site)
  3. Doodle. Commodore was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize twelve times.


  1. Daisy is the aunt of triplets April, May and June Duck, who serve as Huey, Dewey, and Louie 's female counterparts. (Web site)
  2. Daisy was also the actual protagonist of Donald's Dilemma ( July 11, 1947). (Web site)

Daisy Duck

  1. Daisy Duck is one of Walt Disney 's cartoon and comic book characters. (Web site)
  2. Daisy Duck is one of Walt Disneys cartoon and comic book characters. (Web site)

Dale Messick

  1. Cartoonist Dale Messick, whose red-haired heroine Brenda Starr helped women break into the male world of newspaper comics pages, died Tuesday. (Web site)
  2. Jan Eliot: Dale Messick is a wonderful woman who still lives in California. (Web site)

Darby Conley

  1. Darby Conley is a genius, and this book is perfect as what it ' s meant to be. (Web site)
  2. Darby Conley is an American cartoonist best known for the popular comic strip Get Fuzzy .
  3. Darby Conley was born in Concord, Massachusetts and grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Web site)
  4. Darby Conley: A guy in his underwear.
  5. Darby Conley: The movie rights are being shopped around, but there still isn't a studio attached as of yet.


  1. Darling was an active, energetic, boisterous, outspoken, and articulate man with a wonderful sense of humor enriched by a common sense view of the world.
  2. Darling was still losing battles on the conservation front.


  1. Davenport was also a spiritualist. (Web site)
  2. Davenport was born in the Waldo Hills several miles south of Silverton, Oregon, in 1864 to Timothy W. and Florinda Davenport.
  3. Davenport was born in the Waldo Hills several miles south of Silverton, Oregon, in 1864 to Timothy and Florinda Davenport. (Web site)
  4. Davenport was in demand and made tons of money. (Web site)
  5. Davenport was very fond of country life and a great lover of animals. (Web site)

David Craig Simpson

  1. Ozy and Millie ist ein Webcomic von David Craig Simpson, der seit seinem Start am 1.
  2. Zu verschiedenen Gelegenheiten ist der Zeichner des Comicstrips, David Craig Simpson, auf autobiographische Ans--tze in Ozy and Millie zu sprechen gekommen.
  3. Kritik, diese zwei unterschiedlichen inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte w--rden nicht zueinander passen, wurde von David Craig Simpson stets zur--ckgewiesen.

David Lee Ingersoll

  1. David Lee Ingersoll is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Seattle , United States .
  2. David Lee Ingersoll is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Seattle .

David Horsey

  1. David Horsey is a P-I editorial cartoonist and columnist and member of the P-I Editorial Board.
  2. David Horsey is a satirical cartoonist.
  3. David Horsey is the Seattle Post-Intelligencer' s Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist and columnist.

David Lapham

  1. David Lapham is a favorite creator of 12 users. (Web site)
  2. David Lapham is a good writer, and I enjoyed his "Daredevil vs.
  3. David Lapham is a great guy and inking Plasm #7 was a hell of a good time.

David Rees

  1. David Rees is a cartoonist who lives in Brooklyn.
  2. David Rees is a genius in my opinion, and I don't bestow that title easily (if anybody cares).
  3. David Rees is a lawyer in practice in Denver, Colorado.
  4. David Rees is a tough artist to crack.
  5. David Rees is a writer and comic strip artist.


  1. Deitch is a really fun public speaker.
  2. Deitch was funny and direct about his subject matter in a way you really need to see to experience.
  3. Deitch was never able to acquire the budget needed for producing the cartoon in color, and was unceremoniously dropped in 1958. (Web site)

Dennis Worden

  1. Dennis Worden is a very interesting cartoonist with a long history of innovative work and to top it all off, there is no one quite like him.


  1. DERF is a broad line independent distributor of electronic components.
  2. Derf is a beautiful and friendly pig that shares his home with Ziggy. (Web site)
  3. Derf is a documentary video short about an alternative cartoonist from Cleveland, Ohio.
  4. Derf is a fag.
  5. Derf is a master drummer, flutist, saxophonist and composer from Chicago.

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