Influential cartoonist that created Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon among others. Inducted into the Eisner Awards' Comic Hall of Fame in 1988.
Walter Berndt was a cartoonist known for his comic strip, Smitty, which he drew for 50 years.
Bill Holman was an American cartoonist who drew the classic comic strip Smokey Stover from 1935 until he retired in 1973. Distributed through the Chicago Tribune syndicate, it had the longest run of any strip in the screwball genre. Holman signed some strips with the pseudonym Scat H. He once described himself as "always inclined to humor and acting silly."
American cartoonist famous for creating Dick Tracy. He wrote and drew Dick Tracy comic strips from 1931 to 1977.
Zack Terrell Mosley was an American comic strip artist best known for the aviation adventures in his long-running The Adventures of Smilin' Jack which ran in more than 300 newspapers from 1933 to 1973.
Harold Lincoln Gray was an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the newspaper comic strip Little Orphan Annie.
Creator of Dondi and Streaky that also worked on The Gumps following the death of its creator Sidney Smith.
Early 20th century cartoonist best known for his comic Gasoline Alley he began in 1918, which he worked on until his retirement in 1959.
Creator of Moon Mullins, Kitty Higgins, and The Outta Luck Club that started cartooning in 1914.
Created Winnie Winkle in 1920, which he worked on until he retired in 1962. The comic continued until 1996.
Myra North writer
Writer, artist, creator of Boots and Her Buddies.
Don Winslow artist
Don Winslow writer
Vincent Trout Hamlin, who preferred the name V. T. Hamlin, created the popular, long-run comic strip Alley Oop, syndicated by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.
Mary Worth writer, artist
Freckles and friends writer, artist
Dan Dunn writer, artist
Tailspin Tommy writer, artist
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