Read on to hear from this week's featured cartoonist: But, as these things usually go, I got a response months after, and in June , Wallace the Brave debuted on GoComics. Or as a mad scientist: After six months, it had signed on only 25 clients, and King Features Syndicate considered dropping it. Trachte continued on the Sundays through She's been dealing with this cartooning habit for the better part of a decade. After selling a few college cartoons to the Saturday Evening Post , Mort then decided to submit a comic strip to King Features Syndicate starring Spider and his fraternity brothers.
Henry Carl Anderson
Wallace and his best friend, Spud, meet the new girl at school, Amelia, and are very impressed with her courage and baseball-throwing style. Will Henry's art is bold and colorful, feature large eye-catching panels. You must have an account to access this feature. Two years later, a German magazine published the panel - silent humour was good in any language, after all. Spud is head over heels in love with the daring and somewhat intimidating Amelia who is more likely to give someone a rock in the face than a kiss. Oh my goodness, I adore this comic!! This was a super cute collection of comic strips about a young boy named Wallace, his friends, and family.
Henry (comics) - Wikipedia
Never married, there was no wife or children to survive him. Carl Thomas Anderson 14 February — 4 November was an American cartoonist best remembered for his comic strip Henry. He has starred in a series of humorous "Va Va Voom" adverts for Renault Clio - one of which required him to star alongside The Muppets' drummer Animal. Created by Carl Anderson by sheer accident, Henry attained world-renowned status as one of the great pantomime comic strips in the tradition of Otto Soglow's The Little King. Others in The Saturday Evening Post series were two panels or multiple panels. He dove into fashion illustration, newspaper comic strips in Pennsylvania and New York, and a position as an art editor, noted Dennis Wepman.
Capturing the spirit of football season in the rough and tumble world of the tenements of New York, the Yellow Kid runs with the ball. I always kind of saw the McCartoons series as visual poems, or sentences. As a creator, but mostly as a consumer, I do think it's a shame what's happening to the comics page of newspapers, especially regarding legacy strips and reruns. Bloom County , a popular and frequently outrageous strip by Berke Breathed, satirized American society and political life from December 8, , to August 6, Falk and Davis were young men when they began their long-lasting partnership on Mandrake the Magician. It's a simple little comic about a boy named Wallace growing up in Snug Harbor.