American cartoonist famous for creating Dick Tracy. He wrote and drew Dick Tracy comic strips from 1931 to 1977.
Gottfredson worked on Mickey Mouse comics for over 45 years beginning in 1930. Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame member.
Creator artist and writer of Smilin' Jack.
A disney comics artist
Most known for his work Little Lulu.
Early Golden Age artist and writer. Not related or to be confused with the modern age James "Jim" Chambers.
Don Winslow artist
Influential cartoonist that created Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon among others. Inducted into the Eisner Awards' Comic Hall of Fame in 1988.
Creator of the Smitty Strip.
An artist who worked primarily for Dell and Quality Comics. He worked most frequently on westerns, science fiction and war comics.
Writer, artist who began work for National Allied Periodicals in the mid 1930s, later working for Dell and American Comics Group and others into the 1960s.
Creator of one of the most popular comic strips of the 1920s, Little Orphan Annie, which he worked on for 45 years.
Cartoonist that worked on The Gumps and Ching Chow before creating Tiny Tim and The Dailys on his own.
Creator of Moon Mullins, Kitty Higgins, and The Outta Luck Club that started cartooning in 1914.
Created Popeye in 1929. Inducted into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2001.
Writer for Disney comic books.
Myra North writer
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