Cathy Lee Guisewite born September 5, is an American cartoonist who created the comic strip Cathy , which had a year run. The strip focused on a career woman facing the issues and challenges of eating, work, relationships, and having a mother—or as the character put it in one strip, "the four basic guilt groups. Guisewite was born in Dayton , Ohio  to William L. Guisewite graduated from Midland High School in
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Jeff MacNelly. Jeff MacNelly won three Pulitzer Prizes for his political cartooning but always said he was more proud of the two Reubens which are bestowed by his fellow cartoonists. Consummately observant, his tolerance with the vast spectrum of human foibles and his intelligence are abundantly represented in his painting. Jeff MacNelly and his wife Susie had been visiting Key West for years and moved there part time in I think I can sell your painting.
Buster Brown was a comic strip character created in by Richard F. Adopted as the mascot of the Brown Shoe Company in , Buster Brown, his sister Mary Jane, and his dog Tige, were well known to the American public in the early 20th century. The character's name was also used to describe a popular style of suit for young boys, the Buster Brown suit , that echoed his own outfit. Fisher's physical appearance, including the characteristic pageboy haircut, was copied by Outcault and given to Buster Brown.
After 40 years of cartooning Gary Brookins has decided to retire from deadlines. Rick McKee is a political cartoonist. After nearly 30 years with The Augusta Chronicle, with over 20 of those years as their editorial cartoonist Rick was laid off last year. He continues his political cartooning and is syndicated by Cagle. Since April 1, Rick and Gary have alternated the daily Pluggers panels with a little hiccup on April 3 and April 4 when Rick did both.