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Cartoonist and Garry
Garry Trudeau received the National Cartoonist Society Newspaper Comic Strip Award for 1994, and their Reuben Award for 1995 for his work on the strip.
Cartoonist Garry Trudeau's Doonesbury ran several strips sympathetic to the Anderson campaign.

Cartoonist and creator
Cartoonist Mell Lazarus, creator of Miss Peach and Momma, wrote a comic novel in 1963 titled The Boss Is Crazy, Too which was partly inspired by his apprenticeship days working with Capp and his brother Elliot at Toby.
* Richard F. Outcault, Cartoonist and creator of " Yellow Kid " and " Buster Brown "; who is known as the " Father of the American Comic Strip "
Cartoonist, illustrator Ola Fogelberg, creator of Pekka Puupää-cartoon, was even nicknamed " Fågeli från Ågeli ".
* Jolly Blackburn, Cartoonist, Writer, creator of Knights of the Dinner Table
NASCAR driver, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., as well as Cartoonist Charles Boyce, creator of Compu-toon, the syndicated comic panel, were born in Olive Branch.
is a third-generation Japanese American Cartoonist comic book creator.
Doran was featured in The Cartoonist, a 2009 documentary film on the life and work of Jeff Smith, creator of Bone.
* Cartoonist Mell Lazarus, creator of Miss Peach and Momma, began his apprenticeship drawing Shmoo Comics at Toby Press in the late 1940s.
In 2009, McCloud was featured in The Cartoonist, a documentary film on the life and work of Jeff Smith, creator of Bone.
On one occasion, Triangle confronted this issue of creator vs. creation by beginning his own comic strip, " Dot and Other Dot ", but the characters soon escaped his control, and began their own comic, " Cartoonist Guy "-who, in turn, created his own strip, " The Beforings ", which may or may not have led to the Beforings creating the universe of pudding in which Triangle and Robert currently live.
Cartoonist Darby Conley, creator of Get Fuzzy, helped teach Pastis the technical aspects of cartooning.
* Cartoonist and creator of Mr. Squiggle, Norman Hetherington, grew up at 35 Meryla Street, Burwood.
By the 1950s, the Record had established the " Cartoonist of the Year " award, which brought people like Walt Kelly, the creator of Pogo, to New Haven to dine and swap stories with the staff.
* Cartoonist, writer and creator of Tamara Drewe, Posy Simmonds

Cartoonist and comic
Cartoonist John Kent, who authored the Varoomshka comic strip for The Guardian newspaper in England, hailed from Oamaru.
Lynn Johnston, CM, OM ( born May 28, 1947 ) is a Canadian cartoonist, well known for her comic strip For Better or For Worse, and was the first woman and first Canadian to win the National Cartoonist Society's Reuben Award.
* An Interview with Cathy Guisewite: Cartoonist enters 25th year of creating nationally syndicated comic strip Cathy from Universal Press Syndicate
He also received the Society's first Cartoonist of the Year Award in 1947, nominally for his new comic strip, Steve Canyon, but since the award covered work published in 1946, it embraced Terry and the Pirates as well.
* Cartoonist Walt Kelly introduced a character into his Pogo comic strip called Mole MacCaroney.
* Bunny Hoest, Cartoonist for the comic strip, The Lockhorns.
Cartoonist Walt Kelly used eye dialect for most of the characters in his classic comic strip, Pogo, and, like Pratchett afterward, used unique fonts for many of his supporting cast.
Cartoonist Jack Sparling created the short lived comic strip Claire Voyant, which ran from 1943 to 1948 in PM, and which was subsequently syndicated by the Chicago Sun-Times.
Cartoonist Piers Baker created a syndicated comic strip called Ollie and Quentin, with a buddy storyline about Ollie, a seagull and Quentin, a lugworm.
" Cartoonist " is a very broad term, sometimes " used by many artists who perform multiple tasks in the creation of a comic, including the writing ... with the implication that the work is predominantly the creation of a single vision.
Eisman won the 1975 National Cartoonists Society's Award for Best Humor Comic Book Cartoonist ( for Gold Key's Nancy comic books ).

Cartoonist and strip
Adams has also received the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award and Newspaper Comic Strip Award in 1997 for his work on the strip.
While attending Washington University in St. Louis, he won the Chicago Tribune Student Cartoonist Contest for a strip named Paperback Writer.
Larson was recognized for his work on the strip with the National Cartoonist Society Newspaper Panel Cartoon Award for 1985 and 1988, and their Reuben Award for 1990 and 1994.
* In 1948, Chic Young's work on the strip won him the National Cartoonists Society's Billy DeBeck Award for Cartoonist of the Year.
As Patrick Shaughnessy, appearing in the strip as ' the Cartoonist ', has explained on many occasions, he can't draw, and he makes up the story as he goes along.
This is sometimes manifest as bickering between characters in the strip and the Cartoonist over his writing and drawing skills.
He is a representation of the Cartoonist's incompetence-meaning he shows up whenever the Cartoonist loses his grip on the plot of the strip, or when the characters are questioning him too much and he panics.
* The Cartoonist ( not pictured )-The Cartoonist has an ambiguous relationship with his creations, but continues to draw Triangle and Robert despite criticisms from inside the strip, and sometimes despite his paint program not working properly, forcing a temporary text-only mode.
* Cartoonist Max Cannon often includes Stubbo, a boy drawn in Bushmiller's style, in his Red Meat strip.
Cartoonist Art Baxter analyzed the appeal of the character and the strip:
Cartoonist Johnny Hart, his co-creator, continued writing the strip until his own death on April 7, 2007.
The strip was drawn by Berrill from 1958-1993 until glaucoma forced him to turn the reins over to his Connecticut Cartoonist Associate colleague Warren Sattler.

Cartoonist and 1990
He has won numerous Harvey Awards, including Best Writer in 1997 and 2005, Best Cartoonist in 2002, and Best Single Issue or Story in 1990, 1991, 1998 and 2005.
In addition to winning the Pulitzer Prize, Oliphant won the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award seven times in 1971, 1973, 1974, 1984, 1989, 1990, and 1991, the Reuben Award in 1968 and 1972 and the Thomas Nast Prize in 1992.

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