Cartoonists & Comics

in

Editor & Publisher:

A mid-1990s Bibliography

(Comics Stuff #5)

by Michael Rhode

10/13/01

 

Editor & Publisher has been covering the concerns of newspapers for over 100 years. This bibliography begins to list recent, substantial articles in E&P, and most of the interesting unsigned small blurbs. Much, but not all, of the information on cartoonists is usually in the Syndicates/News Services column. According to Alan Holtz, author of the Stripper's Guide (an electronic index to newspaper comic strips), E&P added its Syndicates column in 1923 and before that had very little coverage of syndicates and comic strips. Since 1925, E&P has published an annual Directory of Syndicate Services each year. This listing is chronological. *Most of these articles can be purchased online at http://archives.mediainfo.com/. All of these articles will be, and many others from different sources are, listed in the Comics Research Bibliography by John Bullough & Mike Rhode available online at: http://www.rpi.edu/~bulloj/comxbib.html. Comics Stuff is an occasional publication showcasing aspects of comics collecting and indexing beyond the comic book and toy price guides. * marks new additions.

 

*Unknown. 1992.

Cartooning stamps?

Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

*Unknown. 1992.

Gathering in Florida [Joan and Dik Browne Cartoon Classic].

Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

*Unknown. 1992.

'What' [is this?' by Dennis Boulay] panel offered.

Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

*Unknown. 1992.

Bush enjoyed strips [of Nancy by Jerry Brown].

Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

 

*Unknown. 1992.

Bill Mauldin to retire.

Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

Unknown. 1992.

NEA offers 'Pop Culture' strip after it runs in British newspapers [by Steve McGarry].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 39

Unknown. 1992.

Lurie [political cartoon] work goes to ex-Soviet republics.

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 39

Unknown. 1992.

'Big' strip offered ['Big Flat City' by Richard Kolkman].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 40

Unknown. 1992.

New cartoon panel ['Endearing Species' by Dean Norman].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 40

 

Astor, David. 1993.

Recession remained and a UM unit went: Other 1992 events included a 'Calvin' size controversy.

Editor and Publisher (January 2): 58-60

Unknown. 1993.

'Rose' strip rises to top of comic survey.

Editor and Publisher (January 2): 60

Unknown. 1993.

An editorial cartoon roundup covers '92.

Editor and Publisher (January 2): 60

Unknown. 1993.

Two comic contests ['Lockhorns' and 'Dilbert'].

Editor and Publisher (January 2): 61

Astor, David. 1993.

Comics are not just for comics sections: An increasing number of newspapers are running some comics on feature pages and in other parts of the paper.

Editor and Publisher (January 9): 28-30

Unknown. 1993.

About black artists [in Ebony magazines].

Editor and Publisher (January 9): 30

Unknown. 1993.

He created 'Quincy' [Ted Shearer obituary].

Editor and Publisher (January 9): 30

Unknown. 1993.

Comics are offered ['The Recyclers'; 'Henry'; and 'Kahn' by Jim James Productions].

Editor and Publisher (January 9): 30

Astor, David. 1993.

He exits syndicate that might be sold: Pulitzer-winning editorial cartoonist Mike Peters cites United's uncertain future as reason for move to TMS.

Editor and Publisher (January 16): 40

Unknown. 1993.

'Pluggers' comic is introduced by TMS [Jeff MacNelly].

Editor and Publisher (January 16): 41

Unknown. 1993.

'Mad' veteran doing a syndicated comic [Dave Berg's 'Roger Kaputnik'].

Editor and Publisher (January 16): 42

Astor, David. 1993.

'Dick Tracy' writer is let go by Tribune Media Services: Max Allan Collins may take legal action against the syndicate, which hired him to do the comic in 1977.

Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Arkansas cartoonist draws the new prez [Sherrie Shepherd's 'Francie'].

Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Montana company's syndicated package [Prose Works; editorial cartoons].

Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Astor, David. 1993.

Study finds comics read by 113 million.

Editor and Publisher (January 30): 34

Unknown. 1993.

About baseball star ['Jump Start' by Robb Armstrong on Negro League star Gene Benson].

Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993.

A joint comic effort [between Bill Griffith's Zippy and Tom Tomorrow's Sparky].

Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993.

[Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers] On Pittsburgh daily.

Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993.

['Gil Thorpe'] Based on real case.

Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Astor, David. 1993.

A cartoon museum is planned in D.C.

Editor and Publisher (February 6): 34-35

Lee, Bill. 1993.

Break the comic page design [letter].

Editor and Publisher (February 6):7.

Unknown. 1993.

Universal has panel with home-life gags [John McPherson's Close to Home].

Editor and Publisher (February 6): 35

Unknown. 1993.

'Hagar' anniversary.

Editor and Publisher (February 6): 35

Unknown. 1993.

Disney's withdrawal [from former Yugoslavia].

Editor and Publisher (February 6): 35

Astor, David. 1993.

A columnist who is a cartoonist as well: Jane Adler wears a pair of hats when doing the weekly 'Indoor Gardening' for Whitegate Features Syndicate.

Editor and Publisher (February 13): 34

Unknown. 1993.

United gives library numerous cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (February 13): 35

Unknown. 1993.

'Les Moore' cartoon [syndicated by Phillip Jewell].

Editor and Publisher (February 13): 36

Unknown. 1993.

'Baby Blues' gallery [opens in Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center].

Editor and Publisher (February 13): 36

Unknown. 1993.

[Mell Lazarus] On another tv show.

Editor and Publisher (February 13): 36

Unknown. 1993.

Cantone organizes cartoon exhibit [No Laughing Matter: Political Cartoons on the Environment].

Editor and Publisher (February 20): 36

Unknown. 1993.

'Tank' comic ahead on Schott situation.

Editor and Publisher (February 27): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Reuben finalists all on Universal roster.

Editor and Publisher (February 27): 34

Astor, David. 1993.

He sells his comic in innovative ways: Self-syndicated 'Nooz' creator Peter Kohlsaat talks about his postcard mailings and a lengthy van trip.

Editor and Publisher (March 13): 30-1

Unknown. 1993.

New comic strip for black-owned newspapers [Posro Komic's The Griots].

Editor and Publisher (March 13): 32

Astor, David. 1993.

High-level executive out at United Media: David Hendin, who says he was 'terminated' by Scripps after 23 years, has started a literary/syndication agency.

Editor and Publisher (March 20): 34

Unknown. 1993.

'Dick Tracy' update [Locher writing strip].

Editor and Publisher (March 20): 36

Astor, David. 1993.

Oliphant cartoon on wall called offensive.

Editor and Publisher (March 27): 46

Unknown. 1993.

Did several comics [Malcolm Hancock obituary].

Editor and Publisher (March 27): 48

Unknown. 1993.

Elvis impersonation [by Mark Alan Stamaty at the White House].

Editor and Publisher (March 27): 48

Astor, David. 1993.

Cartoon gift praised but also questioned.

Editor and Publisher (April 3): 30-1

Astor, David. 1993.

Comic with gay character is dropped by some papers: But most 'For Better or For Worse' clients decide to publish the sequence, which runs until April 24.

Editor and Publisher (April 3): 32

Astor, David. 1993.

More papers cancel controversial comic: But most clients continue to run the current 'For Better or For Worse' sequence featuring a gay teen character.

Editor and Publisher (April 10): 34

Astor, David. 1993.

Round-headed kid wins a game with round-tripper! Charles Schulz talks about why Charlie Brown was allowed to smack a dramatic home run in 'Peanuts'.

Editor and Publisher (April 10): 36

Astor, David. 1993.

Argirion will step down as TMS vice president/editor.

Editor and Publisher (April 10): 40

Astor, David. 1993.

Comics turned into a stamping ground: Creators mention stamps April 5 to drum up support for postage marking a century of cartooning in 1995.

Editor and Publisher (April 17): 38

Case, Tony. 1993.

77th annual Pulitzer Prizes [editorial cartoonist Stephen Benson].

Editor and Publisher (April 17): 9-15

Unknown. 1993.

Business cartoon is introduced by TMS [Bottom Liners by Bill & Eric Teitelbaum].

Editor and Publisher (April 17): 39

Unknown. 1993.

Groening syndicate office in new locale.

Editor and Publisher (April 17): 39

Astor, David. 1993.

More women execs at major syndicates.

Editor and Publisher (May 1): 36-38

Astor, David. 1993.

Columnist [Michael Kilian] is picked to write 'Dick Tracy'.

Editor and Publisher (May 8): 39

Unknown. 1993.

News about honors [Ruben Bolling; Walt Handelsman; Jerry Scott; Garfield].

Editor and Publisher (May 8): 40

Unknown. 1993.

Programs and more [Spider-Man; Animal Crackers; Annie; Baby Blues; Wee Pals].

Editor and Publisher (May 8): 40

Astor, David. 1993.

Cartoon prize goes to Cathy Guisewite: The 'Cathy' comic creator wins the coveted Reuben Award after three consecutive years as a runner-up.

Editor and Publisher (May 15): 38

Unknown. 1993.

Comic on computer [Dilbert].

Editor and Publisher (May 15): 40

Astor, David. 1993.

Cartoonists' group picks a new leader: Bruce Beattie becomes NCS president at a meeting featuring some criticism of how officers are chosen.

Editor and Publisher (May 22): 32-3.

Stein, M.L. 1993.

Lesher suit against syndicate is settled [comics exclusivity].

Editor and Publisher (May 22): 33-4

Unknown. 1993.

Museum hires exec and plans an event.

Editor and Publisher (May 22): 34.

Unknown. 1993.

Ivins is speaker at cartoon convention.

Editor and Publisher (May 22): 34.

Unknown. 1993.

Readers respond to comic and columns [Doonesbury poll].

Editor and Publisher (May 22): 34.

Astor, David. 1993.

Cartoonist wants to reach older readers [Lew Sayre Schwartz].

Editor and Publisher (June 5): 35-6

Astor, David. 1993.

Hackneyed work is hacked at meeting: Speakers display, discuss and 'dis' cliched drawings at a lively editorial cartoonists convention session.

Editor and Publisher (June 19): 62-3

Unknown. 1993.

'Starr' creator [Dale Messick] talks.

Editor and Publisher (June 19): 64

Unknown. 1993.

Wright has package of political portraits.

Editor and Publisher (June 19): 63

Astor, David. 1993.

Recession session at cartoon meeting: During Austin, Texas, convention political cartoonists talk about layoffs and finding free-lance assignments.

Editor and Publisher (June 26): 34-36

Unknown. 1993.

Created 'Alley Oop' [Vincent T. Hamlin obituary].

Editor and Publisher (June 26): 36

Unknown. 1993.

Human rights show [curated by Jerry Robinson].

Editor and Publisher (June 26): 36

Unknown. 1993.

'Tar Pit' feature has a prehistoric setting [by Steve Dickenson].

Editor and Publisher (July 3): 37

Unknown. 1993.

'Marmaduke' [blood donation] promo.

Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993.

News about 'Funky'.

Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993.

Truck delivers yuks [San Diego Union-Tribune truck painted with comic strips 'Blondie', 'Rex Morgan, M.D.', 'Beetle Bailey'].

Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993.

A television update [Beakman's World].

Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993.

Strip features three female generations ['9 Chickweed Lane' by Brooke McEldowney].

Editor and Publisher (July 10): 27

Unknown. 1993.

Readers respond to 'Peanuts' and polls.

Editor and Publisher (July 10): 27

Unknown. 1993.

Illegal merchandise ['Calvin & Hobbes' bootleg t-shirts].

Editor and Publisher (July 10): 28

Unknown. 1993.

Callahan list [of clients] grows.

Editor and Publisher (July 10): 28

Unknown. 1993.

Educational videos [by Morrie Turner].

Editor and Publisher (July 24): 32

Unknown. 1993.

'Cool Jerk' cartoon [by Paul Horn].

Editor and Publisher (July 24): 32

Astor, David. 1993.

A story about what storytelling can do [editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman].

Editor and Publisher (July 31): 32-3

Unknown. 1993.

Massive sales effort [political cartoonist Geoffrey Yerke].

Editor and Publisher (July 31): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Ripped off 'Zippy'?

Editor and Publisher (July 31): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Lurie in 'Guinness'.

Editor and Publisher (July 31): 34

Astor, David. 1993.

Papers 'pick a pair' of political persons: Several dailies employ two staff editorial cartoonists - an arrangement that has advantages and disadvantages.

Editor and Publisher (August 7): 36-8

Unknown. 1993.

In their underpants [Berke Breathed's Outland].

Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993.

Jailed due to 'B.C.' [in Saudi Arabia; religious censorship].

Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993.

Herblock improving.

Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993.

'Alley Oop' birthday.

Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Astor, David. 1993.

Timely commentary from 'Modern' man: Tom Tomorrow utilizes yesterday's images to offer humorous and hard-hitting satire on today's world.

Editor and Publisher (August 14): 28-30

Astor, David. 1993.

King sued by paper [over exclusivity].

Editor and Publisher (August 14): 30

Unknown. 1993.

API names fellows [Mike Peters].

Editor and Publisher (August 14): 31

Astor, David. 1993.

Scripps decides to keep United Media [Charles Schulz, Jim Davis].

Editor and Publisher (August 21): 34-5

Unknown. 1993.

Baby born in 'Baby' [Baby Blues].

Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993.

[Political cartoonist Dan] Dowling dead at 87.

Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993.

Drew 'Mary Worth' [Bill Ziegler obituary].

Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993.

Lurie named fellow.

Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Astor, David. 1993.

Rare cartoon art is unearthed in office.

Editor and Publisher (August 28): 30

Unknown. 1993.

WPWG syndicating a recipe comic strip ['Cheap Thrills Cuisine' by Bill Lombardo and Thach Bui].

Editor and Publisher (August 28): 31

Unknown. 1993.

Universal strips win four comic surveys.

Editor and Publisher (August 28): 31

Unknown. 1993.

United has [Dick Wright] portraits.

Editor and Publisher (August 28): 32

Unknown. 1993.

A new comic name ['Snafu' changed to 'Beattie Blvd' for merchandising reasons].

Editor and Publisher (September 4): 32

Unknown. 1993.

[Jerry] Scott now treasurer [of National Cartoonists Society].

Editor and Publisher (September 4): 32

Unknown. 1993.

Cartoon exhibitions.

Editor and Publisher (September 4): 32

Astor, David. 1993.

His 'Bug' strip has no bugs in its cast [Ruben Bolling's Tom the Dancing Bug].

Editor and Publisher (September 11): 46-7

Unknown. 1993.

'Luann' cast grows.

Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993.

Show and donation [of editorial cartoonist Bill Crawford].

Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993.

It's computer-drawn ['The Bytemans' by Jim Wagner].

Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993.

Northwest cartoons [editorial cartoons by Scott Bateman].

Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Astor, David. 1993.

'KAL' takes over as president of AAEC: Kevin Kallaugher discusses his plans fro the editorial cartoon group, which also elected other new officers.

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 32

Unknown. 1993.

Post-surgery return for Post's Herblock.

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 32

Unknown. 1993.

Sun-Times offering 'Batch' comic trip [by Marin Bartels and William Lane].

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 33

Unknown. 1993.

MacNelly and panel are also on schedule.

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 33

Unknown. 1993.

Lurie-named award.

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

'Young Rube' show [play based on Goldberg's life].

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Schulz sixth on list [of Forbes richest entertainers].

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

A new 'Pogo' writer [Michael Lewis replaces Peter Kelly].

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

[Jim Scancarelli attends] Harmonica meeting.

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Creative use of color [San Diego Union-Tribune truck painted with comic strips 'Blondie', 'Rex Morgan, M.D.', 'Beetle Bailey'].

Editor and Publisher (September 25): 22C

Unknown. 1993.

News about awards [Herblock receives award from the American Lung Association].

Editor and Publisher (October 2): 32

Unknown. 1993.

Human-rights show [curated by Jerry Robinson].

Editor and Publisher (October 2): 32

Unknown. 1993.

'First Lady' strip is introduced by TMS [by Madeline Brogan].

Editor and Publisher (October 9): 31

Unknown. 1993.

Spider-Man starring in a crossover story.

Editor and Publisher (October 9): 31

Astor, David. 1993.

Tribune vets speak at features meeting [Jeff MacNelly, Bud Grace, Jerry Robinson].

Editor and Publisher (October 23): 34-5

Unknown. 1993.

'Aladdin' sequence available from King [and Disney].

Editor and Publisher (October 23): 35

Unknown. 1993.

Comics are ranked [in polls].

Editor and Publisher (October 23): 36

Unknown. 1993.

Ohio State donation [of David Crane originals by Creig Flessel].

Editor and Publisher (October 23): 36

Unknown. 1993.

Halloween cartoons [with safety tips and Garfield].

Editor and Publisher (October 23): 36

Unknown. 1993.

'Middletons' switch.

Editor and Publisher (October 30): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Hurd cartoon book.

Editor and Publisher (October 30): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Cartoon show news [Human rights exhibit by Jerry Robinson; political cartoonist Oswaldo Sagastegui].

Editor and Publisher (October 30): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Comic stars dragon [Jon Urban's 'Potluck'].

Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993.

Babin is syndicated [in editorial cartoon package].

Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993.

'Batch' and 'Batch' [strips with same name].

Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993.

Kerber doing comic [panel 'Eco-logic']

Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993.

'Gasoline' turns 75.

Editor and Publisher (November 20): 44

Unknown. 1993.

Many 'Dilbert' fans.

Editor and Publisher (November 20): 44

Lamb, Chris. 1993.

Comic team thrilled to be doing 'Thrills': Chef Bill Lombardo and artist Thach Bui collaborate on the 'Cheap Thrills Cuisine' cartoon recipe feature.

Editor and Publisher (November 27): 32-3

Unknown. 1993.

NEA is syndicating Christmas sequence ['The Grizzwells' by Bill Schorr].

Editor and Publisher (November 27): 33

Unknown. 1993.

Wendy's promotion [Peter Guren's 'Ask Shagg' with fast-food restaurant].

Editor and Publisher (November 27): 34

Astor, David. 1993.

Comic creator with a star-spangled life [Jud Hurd].

Editor and Publisher (December 11): 40-42

Unknown. 1993.

An ACE for Hamill [from National Cartoonists Society].

Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993.

Schorr wins contest.

Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993.

Wingert dead at 74 ['Hubert' creator].

Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993.

Anti-tobacco strips [in 'Crock'].

Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Astor, David. 1993.

This young creator is a 'big yuk' hater: Ted Rall avoids gags in his offbeat editorial cartoons, which combine deadpan humor and hard-hitting satire.

Editor and Publisher (December 18): 42-3

Unknown. 1993.

Comics from Singer ['Fantastic Facts' by Jim Gilbert, 'Giraffics' by Petro, 'Paradise Park' by Roland Claude, 'The Pirateer of Pawcatuck' by Mary Fallon Fisher, 'Tiffani' by Peaco Todd].

Editor and Publisher (December 18): 44

Unknown. 1993.

'Stepfamilies' comic [by Richard Sirgiovanni].

Editor and Publisher (December 18): 44

Unknown. 1993.

Readers rate strips.

Editor and Publisher (December 18): 44

Astor, David. 1993.

'Lawyer bashing' is debated at meeting: Panelists include 'Non Sequitur' creator Wiley and Philadelphia Inquirer editorial page editor David Boldt.

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 32-3

Unknown. 1993.

Cartoons cover the top stories of 1993.

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

New title for comic ['Slylock Fox'].

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Cartoons auctioned.

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

New 'Annie' music [illustrated by Leonard Starr].

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Rare art is available [from Newspaper Features Council].

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

A story about birds [by 'Beaver Creek' creator Dean Norman].

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993.

Sharpnack cartoons [editorial cartoons are self-syndicated].

Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Astor, David. 1994.

Political and social cartoon from Israel: 'Dry Bones,' by ex-U.S. resident Yaakov Kirschen, is a comic that has been compared to 'Doonesbury'.

Editor and Publisher (January 8): 30-1

Unknown. 1994.

'The Far Side' and 'Calvin' win survey.

Editor and Publisher (January 8): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Conservative artist [Chuck Asay] signs with Creators.

Editor and Publisher (January 8): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Drew aviation strip [Zack Mosley obituary].

Editor and Publisher (January 8): 32

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1994.

Wilkinson's sex-abuse cartoon causes flap for Catholic papers [editorial cartoon; religion].

Editor and Publisher (January 8): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Campus journalism [campus newspaper and controversial cartoons].

Editor and Publisher 127(3; Jan 15):16.

Unknown. 1994.

Syndicates/News Services [using computers to draw cartoons].

Editor and Publisher 127(3; Jan 15):42.

Unknown. 1994.

Howard Stern strip [by Dave Miller].

Editor and Publisher (January 22): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Comic adds bishop ['For Heaven's Sake' religious strip by Rev. Mike Morgan].

Editor and Publisher (January 22): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

Earthquake rattles the features world [Rick Detori; Mell Lazarus].

Editor and Publisher (January 29): 34-6

Unknown. 1994.

Mideast feature has column and cartoon [editorial cartoon by Lurie].

Editor and Publisher (January 29): 36

Unknown. 1994.

Syndicated creators part of library show [Bil Keane].

Editor and Publisher (February 5): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Wife of Dick Tracy is filing for divorce.

Editor and Publisher (February 5): 31

Unknown. 1994.

[Oliver Harrington] Returns to America.

Editor and Publisher (February 5): 32

Unknown. 1994.

'Tumbleweeds' fun [at amusement park].

Editor and Publisher (February 5): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

Priesthood [editorial] cartoon causes controversy [Oliphant].

Editor and Publisher (February 12): 45-6

Unknown. 1994.

'Hunny' kid feature offers short stories [Bunny Hoest].

Editor and Publisher (February 12): 45

Stein, M.L. 1994.

Cartoon's message backfires in Calif.: Editorial cartoon intended to take a slap at racism results in boycott of the Sacramento Bee.

Editor and Publisher 127(8; February 19): 9-10

Astor, David. 1994.

Paper's creation is a rotation situation: The Los Angeles Times has an unusual system that enables it to publish 14 comic panels in eight slots.

Editor and Publisher (February 19):46-47.

Unknown. 1994.

From strip to panel [Jerry Van Amerongen's 'Ballard Street'].

Editor and Publisher (February 19):48

Lamb, Chris. 1994.

Political cartoonist with rightist views: The conservative Chuck Asay is a rarity in a field filled with liberals and centrists.

Editor and Publisher (February 26): 40-41

Unknown. 1994.

Schulz will speak at California gathering.

Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Comic is blown up [Prince Valiant printed at tabloid size].

Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994.

'Pling' comic panel ['Ask Pling Anything' by Sharon Awrey and Scott Wollum].

Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Conrad's collection [of political cartoons donated to Huntington Library].

Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994.

New video for kids [by Fred Lasswell].

Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Astor, David. 1994.

A Pulitzer recipient switches to United: Editorial cartoonist Steve Benson makes the move less than a year after winning journalism's top prize.

Editor and Publisher (March 5): 30

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoon pregnancy [in 'Baby Blues'].

Editor and Publisher (March 5): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Hard hitting cartoon jab [by Bruce Beattie used on tv].

Editor and Publisher (March 5): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Cigarettes bug him [Ruben Bolling].

Editor and Publisher (March 5): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

'Wit' feature has a female perspective: Signe Wilkinson and Nicole Hollander are among the artists contributing to the thrice-weekly 'WitWomen'.

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 42

Unknown. 1994.

'Committed' comic launched by United [Michael Fry].

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 43

Unknown. 1994.

Positive reaction to 'Spider-Man' story.

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 43

Unknown. 1994.

Packet of cartoons [Kent Whitaker].

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994.

Thaves art in show.

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994.

Food-drive cartoon [Bil Keane].

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994.

Comics are donated [Dick Wingert's 'Hubert'].

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994.

Comic is reinstated ['One Big Happy' by Rick Detorie].

Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Astor, David. 1994.

More old than new in Gotham funnies: N.Y. dailies run fewer modern comics than many other big newspapers, although change is beginning to come.

Editor and Publisher (March 19): 58-9

Astor, David. 1994.

Watterson to take second break from 'Calvin and Hobbes' strip.

Editor and Publisher (March 19): 59

Unknown. 1994.

Comic stars teacher ['Mr. Klass' by Mike Suchcicki].

Editor and Publisher (March 19): 60

Unknown. 1994.

News of [Tom] Tomorrow.

Editor and Publisher (March 19): 60

Stein, M.L. 1994.

Newspaper apologizes: Sacramento Bee editor says the paper was wrong to run a cartoon containing the word 'nigger' [editorial cartoon, African-American issue].

Editor and Publisher (March 26): 16-7

Astor, David. 1994.

Mixed response to second sabbatical: Artists and editors discuss Bill Watterson's decision to take additional time off from 'Calvin and Hobbes'.

Editor and Publisher (March 26): 30-1

Unknown. 1994.

Finalists are named for cartooning prize.

Editor and Publisher (March 26): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Pulitzer nomination for Lynn Johnston?

Editor and Publisher (March 26): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Editorial cartoonist starts 'Media' strip [Jack Ohman's 'Mixed Media'].

Editor and Publisher (April 2): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoonist [Nicole Hollander] files suit.

Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoons on wheels [painted on public bus].

Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Robin Williams film [planned on John Callahan].

Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Claimants seek pay [against NY Weekly including Bolling and Rall].

Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994.

['Small Society' creator Morrie] Brickman dies at 76.

Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

'Garfield' creator to leave United Media: Jim Davis is buying the rights to his cartoon cat, which soon will be syndicated by Universal Press.

Editor and Publisher (April 9): 46-7

Unknown. 1994.

'Terry' on television.

Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994.

California cartoons [editorial cartoons by T. Brian Kelly].

Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994.

Russian resurfaces [in 'Motley's Crew'].

Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994.

[Debra] Solomon does film [animated 'Mrs. Matisse'].

Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Astor, David. 1994.

'Momentous' event in the syndicate biz: People are talking about the impact of and reasons for Garfield's impending switch from United to Universal.

Editor and Publisher (April 16): 46-7

Astor, David. 1994.

Comics, sales and foreign execs out and in at a changing United.

Editor and Publisher (April 16): 47-8

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoonist to 'temp' for his former paper [Wiley].

Editor and Publisher (April 16): 47

Unknown. 1994.

A matter of taste [Doug Marlette's Howard Stern cartoon].

Editor and Publisher 127(17; Apr 23):18.

Astor, David. 1994.

They do more than peruse the funnies: Newspaper comics editors enjoy their jobs, but say dealing with cartoons is not as simple as it seems.

Editor & Publisher (May 7): 34-5

Astor, David. 1994.

Universal cartoonists will be able to go on vacation.

Editor and Publisher 127(19; May 7): 36

Unknown. 1994.

'Big Nate' to switch.

Editor & Publisher (May 7): 36

Lamb, Chris. 1994.

Camelot continues for 'Prince Valiant'.

Editor & Publisher (May 14): 38-9

Astor, David. 1994.

More layoffs and other changes at the downsizing United Media.

Editor & Publisher (May 14): 39-40

Astor, David. 1994.

Doing a comic still a 'thrill' for Schulz.

Editor and Publisher (May 28): 30

Unknown. 1994.

News about awards [Herblock, Luckovich, Morrie Turner].

Editor and Publisher (May 28): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Trudeau is satirized [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne].

Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994.

[Stan Lee] Gets a lifetime pack [with Marvel Entertainment Group (which is broken in 1999)].

Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Wages are awarded [to Ted Rall].

Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Comics fans speak [in poll].

Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

Thaves talks 'tech' at cartoon meeting: The 'Frank and Ernest' creator and other speakers discuss how computers can help them in their work.

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 54-5

Astor, David. 1994.

Cartoonists help cartoonist [Nina Paley] while she recovers from hand ailments.

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 55

Unknown. 1994.

Davis, United close 'Garfield' agreement.

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 55

Unknown. 1994.

An interactive strip ['Normy's Beach Babe-O-Rama' video game based on 'Making It: A Survival Guide for Today' strip by Keith Robinson].

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994.

Batiuk's gun series.

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994.

'Adolf' strip offered ['Lil' Adolph' by Ella Koch and Al Kesselring].

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994.

Locher prize winner [is editorial cartoonist John Davidson].

Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Astor, David. 1994.

Cartoonists launch a media committee: They want better communication with editors, more coverage of the Reuben Award, and a new Pulitzer.

Editor and Publisher (June 11): 30-31

Wolper, Allan. 1994.

Are campuses losing their sense of humor?: Is the First Amendment taking a back seat to political correctness? Columbia University cartoonist's satire angers women [David Nayor].

Editor and Publisher (June 11): 16-18

Unknown. 1994.

Six cartoon panels in 'Guest' package.

Editor and Publisher (June 11): 31

Unknown. 1994.

D-Day is recalled in 'Peanuts' sequence [for second time].

Editor and Publisher (June 11): 31

Unknown. 1994.

'Doonesbury' series [about gays in the Catholic Church and thus religion] gets editor reaction.

Editor and Publisher (June 11): 32

Unknown. 1994.

CWS package has cartoons on soccer.

Editor and Publisher (June 11): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

Paul Conrad wants angrier cartoonists: The three-time Pulitzer recipient says too many editorial cartoonists only illustrate news stories.

Editor and Publisher (June 18): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Offbeat comic panel ['Speed Bump' by Dave Coverly] offered by Creators.

Editor and Publisher (June 18): 42

Unknown. 1994.

'Friends' cartoon is syndicated by King ['Between Friends' by Sandra Bell Lundy].

Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994.

Editorial cartoonist [Jerry Holbert] is being syndicated.

Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994.

English cartoonists do Universal comic ['Tight Corner' by Ken Grundy and Malcolm Willett].

Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994.

Lurie cartoon award.

Editor and Publisher (June 18): 46

Giobbe, Dorothy. 1994.

Poking fun at the Pope [D. Marlette's editorial cartoons].

Editor and Publisher (July 2):12-13.

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoonist [Paul Fell] has new fax and radio effort.

Editor and Publisher (July 2): 53-4

Unknown. 1994.

Siers joins package [caricatures by Kevin Siers, Ron Coddington and Tim Van Ness for 'Faces in the News'].

Editor and Publisher (July 2): 54

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoon duck ['Mallard Fillmore'] soars.

Editor and Publisher (July 2): 54

Unknown. 1994.

[Bunny Hoest] Speaks on campus.

Editor and Publisher (July 2): 54

Astor, David. 1994.

Overseas opinions offered at meeting: South African artists and international experts talk to editorial cartoonists at New Orleans convention.

Editor and Publisher (July 9): 34-6

[Astor, David]. 1994.

AAEC's leadership [editorial cartoonists].

Editor and Publisher (July 9): 36

Astor, David. 1994.

Meeting speakers display even more cliched editorial cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (July 16): 50-1

Unknown. 1994.

LATS to syndicate 'Nooz' comic panel.

Editor and Publisher (July 16): 49

Unknown. 1994.

A comics publisher [Alfred Harvey dies].

Editor and Publisher (July 16): 50

Unknown. 1994.

Some are critical of 'Lion King' column [Disney animated film].

Editor and Publisher (July 23): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Civil War sequence [in 'Gasoline Alley'].

Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Apollo and Snoopy [Peanuts].

Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Browne comic ends ['Chris Browne's Comic Strip'].

Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Rogers hits a triple [editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers].

Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994.

'Caniffites' goes on.

Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Medal [of Freedom] for Herblock.

Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994.

[Mike Peters holds Grimmy's Look-Alike] Anniversary contest.

Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994.

E-mailers excise 'X' [Sherman's Lagoon poll].

Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Hernandez, Debra Gersh. 1994.

Cartoonists confront political correctness.

Editor and Publisher (August 6): 14, 34

Unknown. 1994.

Strip features a cat and a beauty salon ['Process' by Crystal Davenport; African-American strip].

Editor and Publisher (August 6): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Festivals and shows [for comics centennial].

Editor and Publisher (August 6): 32

Unknown. 1994.

Traffic safety comic ['Family Circus' by Bil Keane].

Editor and Publisher (August 6): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

Syndicates criticize comics survey firm.

Editor & Publisher 127(33; Aug 13): 32-3.

Astor, David. 1994.

American Color executive joins potential competitor: Tim Rosenthal moves to a printing and prepress firm that is reportedly entering the Sunday comics arena.

Editor and Publisher (August 13): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Princely happening [Prince Valiant's 3000 episode].

Editor and Publisher (August 13): 34

Astor, David. 1994.

'Magic Eye' creator has vision of future: Tom Baccei is trying to make sure that his popular 3-D feature becomes more than another passing fad [cartoonist Eileen Kenneally].

Editor & Publisher (August 20): 34-5

Unknown. 1994.

[Editorial cartoonist Marshall Ramsey] In cartoon package.

Editor & Publisher (August 20): 36

Unknown. 1994.

Crime bill cartoons [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne].

Editor & Publisher (August 27): 36

Unknown. 1994.

A waffling dilemma [Tom Tomorrow and Garry Trudeau use same symbol for Clinton].

Editor & Publisher (August 27): 36

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1994.

The 'N' word [political cartoon].

Editor & Publisher (September 3): 14-5

Astor, David. 1994.

Foreign sales exec goes to Universal.

Editor & Publisher (September 3): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Gould remembered [at Dick Tracy Days].

Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Unknown. 1994.

[Editorial cartoonist Ed] Stein starts cartoon.

Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Unknown. 1994.

Feature trio offered ['Mordred Labrat' panel by Keith Olsen].

Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Stein, M.L. 1994.

Daily strip is Frisco fixture: 'Farley' creator puts his commentary in the news hole [Phil Frank].

Editor and Publisher (September 10): 14-5

Unknown. 1994.

Syndicate produces exhibition in Egypt [curated by Jerry Robinson for World Population Conference].

Editor and Publisher (September 10): 36

Unknown. 1994.

Sunday rock comic ['Dick Clark's Rock and Roll Remember' by Clark, Don Sherwood and Fred Bronson] is being syndicated.

Editor and Publisher (September 10): 37

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoon stamps are expected next year [contemporary strips excluded].

Editor and Publisher (September 17): 35

Unknown. 1994.

More funds coming for cartoon building [for International Museum of Cartoon Art].

Editor and Publisher (September 17): 35

Unknown. 1994.

IPS, cartoon group [Souther California Cartoonists Society] and writer honored.

Editor and Publisher (September 17): 36

Unknown. 1994.

Spillane comic strip features private eye ['Mike Danger' syndicated by Big Entertainment].

Editor and Publisher (September 17): 36

Astor, David. 1994.

Hometown decides how to treat a King: Tomah, Wisc., may have resolved its debate about signs honoring 'Gasoline Alley' creator Frank King.

Editor and Publisher (September 24): 32-3

Unknown. 1994.

A kids' health effort [in 'Doonesbury'].

Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994.

[Pop Art Times] Insert about comics.

Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Drake will be guest.

Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Comic strip on disk ['Big Flat City' by Richard Kolkman].

Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Astor, David. 1994.

Cartoonist is feted for two milestones: Mike Peters gets (gently) roasted for 25 years as a Dayton cartoonist and 10 years as a comic creator.

Editor and Publisher (October 1): 34-5

Stein, M.L. 1994.

Cartoonist opposes sales tax on his royalties [Paul Mavrides].

Editor and Publisher (October 1): 23, 37

Unknown. 1994.

'Popeye' cartoonist Bud Sagendorf dies.

Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Unknown. 1994.

Updated version of Caniff strip coming.

Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Unknown. 1994.

Schulz travels back home to Minnesota.

Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Lamb, Chris. 1994.

A 'capital' decision for Ann C. Telnaes: After relocating to Washington, Telnaes found success as one of syndications few female editorial cartoonists.

Editor and Publisher (October 8): 44-5

Unknown. 1994.

The widely syndicated 'Far Side' is being discontinued by Larson.

Editor and Publisher (October 8): 45

Unknown. 1994.

Cartoon-like canine ['Mother Goose & Grimm' contest]..

Editor and Publisher (October 8): 46

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1994.

The biggest closet in newspapering: Mainstream newspapers are not ready for openly gay cartoonists who syndicate their works about gay characters, but neither are gay cartoonists eager to draw for a mainstream audience.

Editor and Publisher (October 15): 14-5

Astor, David. 1994.

Larson fans praise his departing panel.

Editor and Publisher (October 15): 36-7

Astor, David. 1994.

St. Petersburg Times criticized for firing its editorial cartoonist [Clay Bennett].

Editor and Publisher (October 15): 37-8

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1994.

Judge says syndicate exclusivity is not a violation of antitrust law.

Editor and Publisher (October 15): 38

Astor, David. 1994.

'Bizarro' comic will switch to Universal [Dan Piraro].

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 41

Unknown. 1994.

Already-known strip offered by Creators [Jeff Shesol's Thatch].

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 41

Unknown. 1994.

Shagg on 'Siendfeld' and 'Ellen' sitcoms.

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 41

Unknown. 1994.

Inspired by [a Herblock] cartoon.

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Beetle, Lois reunite.

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Lurie prize awarded [political cartoons].

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 42

Wolper, Allan. 1994.

Censorship at BYU is kept in the closet [editorial cartoons].

Editor and Publisher (October 22): 16-18, 45

Astor, David. 1994.

Another major newspaper fires a political cartoonist: The Seattle Times dismisses Brian Basset despite staff protests.

Editor and Publisher (October 29): 33-4

Unknown. 1994.

McDonnell is doing 'Mutts' comic strip.

Editor and Publisher (October 29): 32

Unknown. 1994.

'Dennis' creator [Hank Ketcham] will retire at end of year.

Editor and Publisher (October 29): 32

Astor, David. 1994.

Info highway wants syndicated material: But meeting speaker says comics and columns do not have ideal formats for computer viewing.

Editor and Publisher (November 5): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Anti-smoking comic.

Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994.

Fiscehtti recipients [editorial cartoonists John Deering and Bill Day].

Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994.

[Frank] Ridgeway dies at 64 [Mr. Abernathy creator].

Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994.

Upbeat offbeat total [Mark Parisi's 'off the mark' panel].

Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Astor, David. 1994.

Gingrich bans the Constitution after seeing Luckovich [political] cartoon.

Editor and Publisher (November 19): 41

Astor, David. 1994.

Sullivan gets injunction in lawsuit against competitor: But Koessler says it can still attract Sunday comics clients.

Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Universal donation for cartoon festival.

Editor and Publisher (November 19): 41

Unknown. 1994.

Newsletters are out.

Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Countdown comics [Schulz's annual 'Peanuts Christmas Countdown' ads].

Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1994.

Controversial cartoon upheld by press council.

Editor and Publisher 127(48; Nov 26):13.

Garneau, George. 1994.

To be a cartoonist, go out and kill one [editorial cartoonist Walt Handelsman]

Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Christmas cartoons ['Betty' by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen].

Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Unknown. 1994.

Computer cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Unknown. 1994.

['Gasoline Alley'] Anniversary marked..

Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Hernandez, Debra Gersh & David Astor. 1994.

Postal service will offer comic stamps.

Editor and Publisher (November 26): 30-1

Silverman, Francine. 1994.

Tracing the history of America's first modern comic character [The Yellow Kid].

Editor and Publisher (November 26): 16-7, 35

Astor, David. 1994.

From foreign policy to domestic columns: Columnist Jeane Kirkpatrick and cartoonist 'Wiley' are among the speakers at the NFC meeting in Seattle.

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 32-3

Unknown. 1994.

Lurie spotlighted in new Guinness book.

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 33

Unknown. 1994.

Groundbreaking for museum in Florida.

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 33

Unknown. 1994.

Two comics offered [African-American strips by Van Stone and Darius Jones].

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Series goes on line ['Phantom 2040'].

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994.

'Popeye' in Florida [amusement theme park].

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994.

Petition for 'Dilbert'.

Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Astor, David. 1994.

Cartoonists pay tribute to longtime 'Snuffy creator: Fred Lasswell is feted for six decades of work on a 75-year-old comic strip.

Editor and Publisher (December 10): 36

Unknown. 1994.

Museum moving to a bigger S.F. space..

Editor and Publisher (December 10): 36

Astor, David. 1994.

He is a good judge of puzzle cartoons: Sacramento Judge Barry Loncke gets parents and kids to work together on his Sunday comic feature [African-American creator].

Editor and Publisher (December 17): 40-1

Unknown. 1994.

Anti-illiteracy effort by Ohio cartoonists.

Editor and Publisher (December 17): 41

Unknown. 1994.

News about awards [Dick Locher from FBI].

Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994.

A comics exhibition [at Barnum Museum].

Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994.

An online 'Peanuts'.

Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994.

Successful auction.

Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Astor, David. 1994

'Baby Blues' comic strip is moving to King Features: Creators Syndicate had previously distributed the popular cartoon by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott.

Editor and Publisher (December 31): 30

Unknown. 1994.

Larson liked panels published by paper.

Editor and Publisher (December 31): 29

Unknown. 1994.

An offbeat cartoon ['Tomfoolery' by Mark Dolan].

Editor and Publisher (December 31): 30

Unknown. 1994.

'Wizard' lover votes thousands of times [in poll].

Editor and Publisher (December 31): 29

 

Unknown. 1995.

Billy the kid cameo [from Family Circus in Zippy].

Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995.

Two sued in comic [Herb & Jamaal].

Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995.

Mags for Wilkinson.

Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995.

[Frank] Robbins dies at 77.

Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Astor, David. 1995.

Groundbreaking at a cartoon museum: Mort Walker shovels the first dirt at the site of a major cultural institution rising in South Florida.

Editor and Publisher (January 14): 38-9

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoon trio offered [Buzz Gambill's Caricatoons, Heartland, and Murfy].

Editor and Publisher (January 14): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Creators Syndicate offering Park panel [W.B. Park's Off The Leash].

Editor and Publisher (January 14): 39

Unknown. 1995.

Launch date set for new 'Terry' cartoon.

Editor and Publisher (January 14): 39

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoons supported [in poll; 'Rubes' and 'Alley Oop'].

Editor and Publisher (January 14): 40

Astor, David. 1995.

Breathed giving up newspaper comics; The 'Bloom County' creator, who is ending 'Outland' this March, says he would rather work in other media.

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 34

Unknown. 1995.

'Hot Pink' comic is launched by Sisters [Anne Gibbons; women-oriented].

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Tennant is offering computer cartoons [Rich Tennant's The 5th Wave].

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 35

Unknown. 1995.

'Non Sequitur' strip will also be a panel.

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Homelessness data.

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 36

Unknown. 1995.

'Dilbert' changeover [website].

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Marvel and 'Valiant'.

Editor and Publisher (January 21): 36

Unknown. 1995.

'Deep End' cartoon is being syndicated ['Off the Deep end' by Jennifer Bartels].

Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.

How many women are doing comics?

Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Editorial cartoonist [Chris Britt] receives NPF prize.

Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.

TMS is publishing a daily [editorial] cartoon fax.

Editor and Publisher 128(5; February4):34.

Unknown. 1995.

Comic cat [Garfield] has new operation in Japan.

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Museum gets early drawings of Mickey [by Disney artist Ub Iwerks; donated by Steve Geppi].

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Lurie will speak and receive prize at UN.

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Changes in awards [from National Cartoonists Society].

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995.

An award for Batiuk.

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Swedish campaign [for Children Rights includes Bud Brace, Dick Browne, Andrew Vachss].

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995.

['Dilbert'] Comic is reinstated.

Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Astor, David. 1995.

Universal birthday celebrated in K.C. [Garry Trudeau].

Editor and Publisher (February 18): 42-3

Unknown. 1995.

Creators is offering celebrity caricatures [Alex Perez].

Editor and Publisher (February 18): 43

Unknown. 1995.

The top 10 comics [Little Nemo, Krazy Kat, Thimble Theatre, Dick Tracy, Li'l Abner, Terry and the Pirates, Prince Valiant, Peanuts, Doonebury, Calvin and Hobbes]?

Editor and Publisher (February 18): 44

Case, Tony. 1995.

Editorial page editor leaves Philadelphia daily [Signe Wilkinson].

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 21

Unknown. 1995.

Editorial cartoonist [Marshall Ramsey] named Copley exec.

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 28

Unknown. 1995.

Florida firm offers comics pagination.

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 28

Unknown. 1995.

Rock comic ['Dick Clark's Rock and Roll Remember'] to STF.

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995.

Prez talks to [Southern California Cartoonists Society] group.

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995.

Birthday for 'Love' ['Love Is...' by Kim Casali]

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995.

Donations for [Locher editorial cartoon] prize.

Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Astor, David. 1995.

Strip's audience is both big and happy; Readers get 'One Big Happy' reinstated every time a newspaper tries to drop the family comic [by Rick Detorie].

Editor and Publisher (March 4): 42-3

Unknown. 1995.

Two survey winners ['Calvin and Hobbes' and 'The Far Side'].

Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1995.

Marriage prescribed [for 'Rex Morgan, M.D.'].

Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1995.

'Spider-Man' [tv] show.

Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1995.

'Chaos' on Internet.

Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Astor, David. 1995.

New award and outlet for widely syndicated creator; UN group names prize after Ranan Lurie, whose political cartoons now run in Time International.

Editor and Publisher (March 11): 42

Unknown. 1995.

'For Better' strip is tops in top-100 poll; Lynn Johnston's feature is one of three comics that appear in 87 of America's 100 biggest newspapers.

Editor and Publisher (March 11): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Comic panel offered by Jennifer Berman

Editor and Publisher (March 11): 40-1

Unknown. 1995.

WPWG distributing 'Smart Alex' comic [by Charlie Podrebarac].

Editor and Publisher (March 11): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Did 'Gasoline' strip [William Miles Perry obituary].

Editor and Publisher (March 11): 42

Astor, David. 1995.

Ex-United exec likes life as a literary/syndication agent: David Hendin has sold numerous books, several columns and a comic during the past two years.

Editor and Publisher (March 18): 42

Unknown. 1995.

Comics centennial events are coming; They include 100th anniversary exhibits, the unveiling of stamps, convention sessions and a cartoon festival.

Editor and Publisher (March 18): 40

Unknown. 1995.

'Luann' strip offers two special stories [fashion and drunk driving].

Editor and Publisher (March 18): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Site on the internet for new 'Terry' strip.

Editor and Publisher (March 18): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Keane comic panel is now 35 years old.

Editor and Publisher (March 18): 41

Lamb, Chris. 1995.

Early success for a conservative comic:'Mallard Fillmore,' which stars a right-wing duck, has attracted more than 275 newspapers in less than a year [Bruce Tinsley].

Editor and Publisher (March 25): 52-3

Unknown. 1995.

'Crabby' comic has entered syndication [Maxine, from Hallmark Cards, in Crabby Road by John Wagner].

Editor and Publisher (March 25): 54

Unknown. 1995.

New comic features fairy tale characters [Happily Ever After by Diane Brooks].

Editor and Publisher (March 25): 54

Unknown. 1995.

'Pebble' comic strip [Frolicking Pebble by Howard Sherman].

Editor and Publisher (March 25): 55

Unknown. 1995.

Thaves talks online.

Editor and Publisher (March 25): 55

Astor, David. 1995.

Newsprint's impact on the feature biz.

Editor and Publisher (April 1): 34-6

Unknown. 1995.

Virginian's cartoons [Chris Obrion's editorial cartoons].

Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Renamed restaurant [Herb & Jamaal by Stephen Bentley].

Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Milestone for 'Sally' [500th client].

Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995.

'Baby Blues' name.

Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Astor, David. 1995.

United starts web site on the Internet: The cyberspace area gives computer users access to comics, editorial cartoons, background info and more.

Editor and Publisher (April 8): 28

Unknown. 1995.

Syndicate launches 'True!' comic panel [by Daryl Cagle].

Editor and Publisher (April 8): 29

Unknown. 1995.

'Gooseberry' comic [Gooseberry Creek by FEN].

Editor and Publisher (April 8): 30

Unknown. 1995.

Events to mark the birthday of comics [centennial].

Editor and Publisher (April 8): 29

Unknown. 1995.

Comics featured on new internet locale.

Editor and Publisher (April 8): 29

Astor, David. 1995.

D.C. is the site for a cartoon museum: The gallery will showcase Art Wood's huge collection.

Editor and Publisher (April 15): 38.

Unknown. 1995.

Four nominated for major cartoon prize.

Editor and Publisher (April 15): 38-9.

Unknown. 1995.

Seventh day added [for Mark Parisi's 'off the mark' panel].

Editor and Publisher (April 15): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Best cartoons book.

Editor and Publisher (April 15): 40

Unknown. 1995.

King creators speak [at Barnum Museum exhibit including Hoest, Billingsley, Weber, DiPreta, Brian Walker, Greg Walker & Chance Browne].

Editor and Publisher (April 15): 40

Case, Tom. 1995.

Cartoon world has its ups and downs: Four creators talk about their profession in an ASNE panel marking the centennial of comics [Bil Keane, Ray Billingsley, Cathy Guisewite, Wiley Miller].

Editor and Publisher (April 29): 50-1

Unknown. 1995.

'Farcus' cartoon is delivered via e-mail.

Editor and Publisher (April 29): 51

Astor, David. 1995.

Syndicates race into cyberspace.

Editor and Publisher (May 6): 36-8

Astor, David. 1995.

Which comic strip has the most clients: 'Peanuts' or 'Garfield'?

Editor and Publisher (May 6): 38

Astor, David. 1995.

A look at the state of comics as they enter their second century.

Editor and Publisher (May 13): 39-40

Hernandez, Debra Gersh. 1995.

Hundreds attend grand opening of cartoon art museum in D.C.

Editor and Publisher (May 13): 41

Hernandez, Debra Gersh. 1995.

Postmaster unveils new comic stamps.

Editor and Publisher (May 13): 38-9

Unknown. 1995.

A cartoon call-back [John Callahan cartoon of Marin Luther King].

Editor and Publisher (May 13): 39-40

Astor, David. 1995.

E-mail is hailed by creators who use it [Scott Adams, Bob Thaves, Jim Toomey].

Editor and Publisher (May 20): 38-40

Giobbe, Dorothy. 1995.

Disney delivers kids' magazine [Big Time] via newspapers.

Editor and Publisher (May 20): 25

Astor, David. 1995.

Journalistic giants feted at N.Y. event [Herblock].

Editor and Publisher (May 27): 32-3

Unknown. 1995.

Comic stars critters on edge of suburbs [Michael Fry & T. Lewis Over the Hedge].

Editor and Publisher (May 27): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Longtime cartoonist to take a sabbatical [Jerry Robinson].

Editor and Publisher (May 27): 33-4

Unknown. 1995.

Teacher suspended for running cartoon [Signe Wilkinson editorial cartoon].

Editor and Publisher (May 27): 34

Astor, David. 1995.

Retired cartoonist receives a Reuben: Gary Larson wins the National Cartoonists Society award five months after ending his 'Far Side' comic.

Editor and Publisher (June 3): 48-9

Astor, David. 1995.

Syndicate is fighting California's attempt to levy a tax on cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (June 3): 49-50

Unknown. 1995.

Comic helps SADD [Luann by Greg Evans].

Editor and Publisher (June 3): 50

Unknown. 1995.

Online appearance [by Lynn Johnston].

Editor and Publisher (June 3): 50

Astor, David. 1995.

Personal memories of great cartoonists: Mort Walker, speaking at a comics centennial session, recalls some of the creators he knew.

Editor and Publisher (June 10): 32-3

Astor, David. 1995.

Oklahoma City bombing cartoon angers many readers in Takoma.

Editor and Publisher (June 10): 33-4

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoon draws bomb donations [Oklahoma City bombing cartoon by Dan Wasserman].

Editor and Publisher (June 10): 35

Unknown. 1995.

World War II comic [exhibit of Caniff's 'Male Call'].

Editor and Publisher (June 10): 34

Unknown. 1995.

News about awards [Ted Rall, Herbert Block, Rob Rogers, Morrie Turner, Beakman's World tv show].

Editor and Publisher (June 10): 34

Astor, David. 1995.

Four cartoonists in seriocomic session: Award-winning creators talk about everything from childhood traumas to syndication success [Jim Davis, Jim Borgman, Mike Peters, Lynn Johnston].

Editor and Publisher (June 17): 34-5

Unknown. 1995.

Conrad exhibit and discussion in Calif.

Editor and Publisher (June 17): 36

Unknown. 1995.

A suicide attempt in 'Funky' comic strip.

Editor and Publisher (June 17): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Michigan student is Locher prize winner [Drew Sheneman].

Editor and Publisher (June 17): 36

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1995.

AP and syndicates are testing digital comics delivery service.

Editor and Publisher (July 1): 65

Unknown. 1995.

'Peanuts' exhibition.

Editor and Publisher (July 1): 66

Unknown. 1995.

'Ripley's' artist dies [Walter Frehm].

Editor and Publisher (July 1): 66

Unknown. 1995.

Web site cartoonist is signed by United ['Doctor Fun' by David Farley].

Editor and Publisher (July 8): 33

Unknown. 1995.

A bad golfers event [founded by Pat Oliphant].

Editor and Publisher (July 8): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Caricature package ['Caricatures of the World'] marks 10th birthday.

Editor and Publisher (July 15): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Two comics features [by father-and daughter team Conrad and Connie Day include 'Backyard U.S.A.' and 'Outa Sync'].

Editor and Publisher (July 15): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Environmental work [full page editorial cartoon by W.B. Park].

Editor and Publisher (July 15): 36

Astor, David. 1995.

Cartoonists' group decries job losses: And the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists appoints a committee to try to do something about it.

Editor and Publisher (July 22): 34-5

Unknown. 1995.

'Peanuts' joins web.

Editor and Publisher (July 22): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Pair of comics polls.

Editor and Publisher (July 22): 36

Unknown. 1995.

AOL appearances.

Editor and Publisher (July 22): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Large sum is raised [for Oklahoma City by editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman].

Editor and Publisher (July 22): 7

Astor, David. 1995.

Cyberspace draws AAEC's attention: Editorial cartoonists hear about the pros and cons of making their work available to computer users.

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 32-3

Unknown. 1995.

'Orange' cartoon is syndicated by King [Rhymes with Orange by Hilary Price].

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Digital color is now in 'Frank & Ernest'.

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoon centennial is theme of festival.

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Several exhibitions at cartoon museums.

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995.

'Shagg' to Creators.

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 34

Unknown. 1995.

A move and awards [editorial cartoonists David Horsey, Jim Berry].

Editor and Publisher (July 29): 34

Astor, David. 1995.

Herblock speaks at cartoon convention.

Editor and Publisher (August 5): 26

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoonist is returning to Nebraskan paper [Paul Fell].

Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27

Unknown. 1995.

Editorial cartoonist joins Copley again [Gary Markstein].

Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27

Unknown. 1995.

CWS continues to distribute 'Ecotoon'

Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27-8

Unknown. 1995.

'Peanuts' billboard.

Editor and Publisher (August 5): 28

Astor, David. 1995.

Trio of cartoonists offer fresh content; But many daily newspaper editors who say they want fresh content are not buying their work [Ted Rall, Tom Tomorrow, Nina Paley].

Editor and Publisher (August 12): 34-5

Unknown. 1995.

'Captain Canuck' is star of a story strip [by Canadian Richard Comely].

Editor and Publisher (August 12): 35

Unknown. 1995.

'Process' turns one [African-American strip by Crystal Davenport].

Editor and Publisher (August 12): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Comic creator dies [Richard Yager].

Editor and Publisher (August 12): 36

Astor, David. 1995.

Editors editorialize at cartoon session: They say the work of many political cartoonists is lacking in originality, but they offer praise as well.

Editor and Publisher (August 19): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Man and woman do alternating cartoon [Wiley and Susan Dewar's 'Us & Them'].

Editor and Publisher (August 19): 34-5

Unknown. 1995.

Editorial blasts idea of a tax on cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (August 19): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Artists going online .

Editor and Publisher (August 19): 36

Unknown. 1995.

[Future Features] Syndicate on web..

Editor and Publisher (August 19): 36

Astor, David. 1995.

Civil rights official praises and criticizes [editorial] cartoonists: Author Tom Clancy and two Mideast creators also address the AAEC meeting in Baltimore.

Editor and Publisher (August 26): 40

Lamb, Chris. 1995.

'Over'/'Committed' due to persistence: 'Over the Hedge'/'Committed' creator Michael Fry kept trying after two earlier comics didn't catch on.

Editor and Publisher (August 26): 38-9

Astor, David. 1995.

Armstrong is a hit with festival crowd: The 'Jump Start' creator discusses his United comic strip and his life at Ohio State gathering.

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 26

Unknown. 1995.

Tribune syndicating 'Ghost' comic strip [Ghost Story Club by Allan Zullo and Dick Kulpa].

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 27

Unknown. 1995.

'Nancy' to be done in Bushmiller style [by Guy and Brad Gilchrist].

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 27-8

Unknown. 1995.

O.J. cartoon slip-up [Mike Peters].

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995.

An index of comics.

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995.

'Loonies' gathering [features Dana Crumb].

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995.

Pett receives award [political cartoonist].

Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Astor, David. 1995.

Should cartoonists draw role models? 'FoxTrot' creator Bill Amend answers this question during a speech at the Ohio State cartoon festival.

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Religion is part of a new book by Keane.

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 35

Unknown. 1995.

[Editorial cartoonist Drew] Litton work on web.

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995.

[Dick Tracy writer] Kilian authors novel.

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Publication [for cartoonists, Pushin' the Envelope] debuts.

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995.

'Calvin wins [poll] again.

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Comic about sports ['Play of the Day' by Bob Kuhn].

Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Astor, David. 1995.

An Ohio State talk for 'Zippy' creator: Bill Griffith discusses his comic strip at a festival that also features remarks by a cartooning author [Tom Inge].

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 40

Lamb, Chris. 1995.

Also a cowboy poet [editorial cartoonist Joe Sharpnack].

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 42

Unknown. 1995.

Schwadron offering his op-ed cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoon on racism is still controversial.

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Milestone for comic that began in 1950 ['Beetle Bailey'].

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Schulz ranks 23rd on new Forbes list.

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995.

Hong Kong strip is popular on the Web [Larry Feign's The World of Lily Wong].

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995.

'Doodle Book' offer [Lincoln Peirce's Big Nate].

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 42

Astor, David. 1995.

MacNelly on 'telly' led to cartooning [also Steve Bentley, African-American cartoonist]?

Editor and Publisher (September 23): 40-1

Unknown. 1995.

[Website by Hildebrandt Brothers] About art in 'Terry'.

Editor and Publisher (September 16): 42

Astor, David. 1995.

'Doonesbury' man discusses his strip; 'For Better of For Worse' creator and an expert on women cartoonists [Trina Robbins] also speak at Ohio State festival.

Editor and Publisher (September 30): 30-1

Astor, David. 1995.

First-day ceremony for cartoon stamps.

Editor & Publisher (September 30): 31-2

Astor, David. 1995.

Cartoon on welfare draws a big response [Mike Luckovich].

Editor & Publisher (September 30): 32

Unknown. 1995.

Hoest at a mile run.

Editor and Publisher (September 30): 32

Astor, David. 1995.

Future of comics is discussed by panel.

Editor & Publisher (October 7): 34-5

Hernandez, Debra Gersh. 1995.

Cartoon gallery has post office functions [Comic Strip Classics stamps].

Editor & Publisher (October 7): 35-6

Unknown. 1995.

A show about Hart.

Editor & Publisher (October 7): 36

Lamb, Chris. 1995.

Editorial cartoonists pessimistic about their profession.

Editor and Publisher (October 14): 48

Wolper, Allan. 1995.

Student paper at odds with football coach [editorial cartoons].

Editor and Publisher (October 14): 13-5, 35

Unknown. 1995.

Columns and comic offered by Little [Mark Tatulli's 'Bent Halos' religious strip].

Editor and Publisher (October 14): 33-4

Unknown. 1995.

King will represent digital comics firm.

Editor and Publisher (October 14): 34

Astor, David. 1995.

Consortium formed for feature delivery: Seven syndicates (but not King) have joined the digital group, which may affect the future of AP ComicSEND.

Editor and Publisher (October 21): 40-1

Unknown. 1995.

Comic stamp event [Jim Scancarelli signing].

Editor and Publisher (October 21): 41

Astor, David. 1995.

NFC speaker takes a look at the future [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich].

Editor and Publisher (October 28): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Syndicate X offers numerous features [including comic strips for Generation X].

Editor and Publisher (October 28): 35-6

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoonist [John Belfi] has died.

Editor and Publisher (October 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.

News about awards [editorial cartoonists Stuart Carlson and Walt Handelsman win Fischetti].

Editor and Publisher (October 28): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Tribune syndicating a comic called 'Ick' [by Rich Moyer].

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Comic with all the colors of the wind [Disney's Pocahantas]?

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Computerized color in Sunday 'Luann'.

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoon centennial celebrated in show ['100 Years of Cartoon Art in America' by Newspaper Features Council].

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995.

'I Need Help,' says a new King creator [Vic Lee ].

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995.

King signs 'Chaos' [by Brian Shuster].

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

'Momma' milestone [of 25th anniversary].

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Art sales for Cohen.

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Spooky competition [contest in 'The Ghost Story Club'].

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

[Editorial cartoonist Hugh] Haynie is departing.

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Against cartoon tax.

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995.

Artists going online.

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Astor, David. 1995.

Cartoonist creates a comic exclusively for cyberspace: Bill Holbrook's two-month-old 'Kevin and Kell' strip has already been sold to 50 online forums.

Editor and Publisher (November 11): 48

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoonists draw a crowd at post office.

Editor and Publisher (November 11): 47

Unknown. 1995.

New artist will draw 'Brenda Starr' strip [June Brigman replaces Ramona Fradon]

Editor and Publisher (November 11): 47

Unknown. 1995.

[Swedish] Award and book for 'Dilbert' cartoonist.

Editor and Publisher (November 11): 47

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoon credit card for Florida museum.

Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Astor, David. 1995.

Strong reaction to end of comic strip: People are talking about 'Calvin and Hobbes,' which will leave nearly 2,400 newspapers on December 31.

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 38-9

Stein, M.L. 1995.

David takes on Goliath: 6,000-circulation newspaper fighting an attempt by State of California to tax its comics and political cartoons.

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 9-10

Unknown. 1995.

Digital consortium adds two members.

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 39

Unknown. 1995.

'Doonesbury' artist is among honorees.

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 39

Unknown. 1995.

A Christmas series [Wiley 'Non Sequiter'].

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995.

'Bootsie' cartoonist [Oliver Harrington dies].

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

 

Unknown. 1995.

'Ask Shagg' e-mail.

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Veterans Day comic [Alley Oop].

Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Growing opposition to cartoon taxation.

Editor and Publisher (November 25): 35

Unknown. 1995.

Editorial cartoonist [Mickey Siporin is self-syndicating].

Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995.

WittyWorld on Web.

Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Ito asks for cartoon [by Jimmy Margulies].

Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995.

'Betty' strip moves.

Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995.

Tribune comic strip features young man ['Adventures of Aaron' by Aaron Warner].

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 39

Unknown. 1995.

Fred Lasswell's art is featured in show.

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 39

Unknown. 1995.

Unknown. 1995.

'Raising Hec' strip [by Peter Ramirez].

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Goldberg exhibition.

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995.

A killing is coming [in 'Terry and the Pirates']

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995.

CompuServe strips.

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995.

Comic anniversary ['Kit 'n' Carlyle' by Larry Wright].

Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Astor, David. 1995.

Comic retirements: A fluke or a trend?

Editor and Publisher (December 9): 30-1

Unknown. 1995.

'Doonesubry' disc on strip's 25 years.

Editor and Publisher (December 9): 31

Unknown. 1995.

It's Momma herself at Xmas gathering [Mell Lazarus].

Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995.

Career in comics is focus of new book [by Lee Nordling].

Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995.

Cartoons and book by New York artist [Abe Blashko].

Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995.

'Garfield' firm loses a 14-year executive.

Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Astor, David. 1996.

The past as well as the future were present in 1995 syndication.

Editor & Publisher (January 6): 70-72

Unknown. 1996.

Brenda Starr leaves Flash reporting job.

Editor & Publisher (January 6): 72

Unknown. 1996.

Kelley does a book of editorial cartoons.

Editor & Publisher (January 6): 72

Astor, David. 1996.

A bodacious look at Fred Lasswell [Barney Google & Snuffy Smith strip].

Editor & Publisher (January 13): 30-32

Unknown. 1996.

Herblock tribute in Washington Post.

Editor & Publisher (January 13): 32

Stein, I.M. 1996.

Cartoonist is winner of cartoon tax battle [Paul Mavrides].

Editor & Publisher (January 20): 34-35

Unknown. 1996.

'Our Roots' looks at black achievers [British comic strip by Tayo Fatunla].

Editor & Publisher (January 20): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

An early look at a time-off policy [comic strip vacations].

Editor & Publisher (January 27): 32

Unknown. 1996.

Political cartoonist [Ted Rall] also doing column.

Editor & Publisher (January 27): 33

Unknown. 1996.

Florida cartoonist [Dana Summers] moves to Tribune.

Editor & Publisher (January 27): 33

Unknown. 1996.

'Better' is donated [Johnston strip to Ohio State University].

Editor & Publisher (January 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

A naming contest [in Bill Holbrook's 'On the Fastrack'].

Editor & Publisher (January 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Creator [Robb Armstrong] writes his first graphic novel.

Editor & Publisher (February 3): 36

Unknown. 1996.

Daily color comics and online scans.

Editor & Publisher (February 3): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

Syndicates are on a web-width watch [size of comic strip pages].

Editor & Publisher (February 10): 8-10

Unknown. 1996.

Conservative cartoon duck hits the road, 'quack' [Bruce Tinsley's Mallard Fillmore].

Editor & Publisher (February 10): 10

Astor, David. 1996.

A site-seeing trip along the internet [cartoonists web sites].

Editor & Publisher (February 17): 36-37

Unknown. 1996.

Guv vs. [editorial] cartoonist [Chris Britt].

Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996.

Comic confection [Doonesbury ice cream].

Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996.

'Tarzan' artist [Burne Hogarth] dies

Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996.

Cat in theme park [Jim Davis' Garfield].

Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996.

Menopause theme [Susan Dewar's 'Us & Them']

Editor & Publisher (February 24): 43

Unknown. 1996.

'Baby Blues' news.

Editor & Publisher (February 24): 43

Unknown. 1996.

Teen wins contest [for Ghost Story Club].

Editor & Publisher (February 24): 43

Giobbe, Dorothy. 1996.

Comic stripped [gay cartoonist Todd Camp fired].

Editor & Publisher (March 9): 14

Astor, David. 1996.

Toon-full weekend for a new museum.

Editor & Publisher (March 16): 38-39

Unknown. 1996.

AC is introducing Sunday comic CD.

Editor & Publisher (March 16): 39

Unknown. 1996.

S.F. cartoon week.

Editor & Publisher (March 16): 40

Unknown. 1996.

An award for Hart [religious].

Editor & Publisher (March 16): 40

Unknown. 1996.

Cartoonist [Gordon Rogers, creator of 'Babe' and 'Sparky Watts'] is dead.

Editor & Publisher (March 16): 40

Unknown. 1996.

'Luannn' cartoonist signs with United.

Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996.

'Thorp' cartoonist Berrill dead at 72.

Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996.

A canine comic is being syndicated [Buckles by David Gilbert].

Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996.

Legislation spurs indecent proposal [by Dilbert's Scott Adams].

Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996.

Political cartoonist pair create a panel [Bob Gorrell and Gary Brookins 'Muddle America'].

Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996.

Cartoon suit [about Mike Luckovich editorial cartoon on welfare reform] dismissed.

Editor & Publisher (March 30): 15

Unknown. 1996.

Tail to the chief [Garfield the cat]?

Editor & Publisher (March 30): 36

Unknown. 1996.

Centennial in '96 [Maurice Horn on comics anniversary]?

Editor & Publisher (March 30): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

Overnight success took a long time [female editorial cartoonist Marie Woolf].

Editor & Publisher (April 6): 40-41

Unknown. 1996.

'Terry' comic strip gets new creators [Jim Clark and Dan Spiegle].

Editor & Publisher (April 6): 42

Unknown. 1996.

Art from overseas is at new museum [Israel's Ze'ev].

Editor & Publisher (April 6): 42

Astor, David. 1996.

Controversy over a pulled 'B.C.' comic [religion].

Editor & Publisher (April 13): 50-51

Astor, David. 1996.

Illinois readers are sponsoring comic.

Editor & Publisher (April 20): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Reuben change?

Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996.

The 'Life of Newt' [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne].

Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996.

'Hi' praise in mail [on "male bashing" strips].

Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996.

'Dave' on the web [by Dave Miller].

Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

Tacoma cartoonist tackles the issues [editorial cartoonist Chris Britt].

Editor & Publisher (April 27): 90-92

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1996.

Judge throws out exclusivity lawsuit.

Editor & Publisher (April 27): 93

Unknown. 1996.

He promotes book with 'Mooch Tour' [Dan Piraro].

Editor & Publisher (April 27): 92

Unknown. 1996.

'Hagar' causes [religious] stir at paper in Kuwait.

Editor & Publisher (April 27): 92

Reina, Laura. 1996.

Papers reject anti-meat ad [which included a cartoon].

Editor & Publisher (April 27): 56

Astor, David. 1996.

Fellow creators pay tribute to Bombeck [Bil Keane].

Editor & Publisher (May 4): 40-41

Unknown. 1996.

'Mallard' wings its way back to paper.

Editor & Publisher (May 4): 41

Unknown. 1996.

Memorial services for 'Tarzan' artist [Burne Hogarth].

Editor & Publisher (May 4): 41

Unknown. 1996.

Religious [B.C.] strip is printed by Times.

Editor & Publisher (May 4): 42

Unknown. 1996.

'Calvin' collection raises NIE money.

Editor & Publisher (May 4): 42

Unknown. 1996.

Honors for several syndicated people [Jimmy Margulies, Mike Ramirez, Tom Batiuk, Morrie Turner].

Editor & Publisher (May 4): 42

Unknown. 1996.

[Editorial cartoonist Walt] Handelsman wins a Kennedy award.

Editor & Publisher (May 11): 34

Astor, David. 1996.

Cartoonists without a home newspaper.

Editor & Publisher (May 18): 40-41

Unknown. 1996.

Scholarship starts [from Luann - The Musical by Greg Evans].

Editor & Publisher (May 18): 42

 

Unknown. 1996.

Two comics polls.

Editor & Publisher (May 18): 42

Unknown. 1996.

Popeye [statue] is toppled.

Editor & Publisher (May 18): 42

Astor, David. 1996.

Perennial nominee is finally a winner [Garry Trudeau & National Cartoonists Society Reuben award; Al Hirshfeld].

Editor & Publisher (May 25): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Schulz is witness.

Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996.

[Editorial cartoonist Brian Fairrington] Wins Locher prize.

Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996.

Cartoons offered [by editorial cartoonist Ed Fischer].

Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996.

'Peanuts' exhibit [animated tv specials].

Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

Awards debated at cartoon gathering [National Cartoonists Society Reuben award].

Editor & Publisher (June 1): 58-59

Unknown [David Astor]. 1996.

Mort Walker gives cartoon museum report.

Editor & Publisher (June 1): 58

Unknown [David Astor]. 1996.

Web site has breadth and taxes [National Cartoonists Society].

Editor & Publisher (June 1): 59

Unknown. 1996.

Mommy gets new 'do after 36 years [in Bil Keane's Family Circus].

Editor & Publisher (June 1): 60

Unknown. 1996.

TMS comic writer Forman dies at 60 [Motley's Crew].

Editor & Publisher (June 1): 60

Astor, David. 1996.

Several artists are mad at magazine [black cartoonists & New Yorker].

Editor & Publisher (June 8): 35-36

Astor, David. 1996.

Borgman talks to fellow cartoonists [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (June 15): 98

Unknown. 1996.

'Real World' man will be syndicated [Frumpy the Clown by Judd Winick who appeared on MTV show]

Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Unknown. 1996.

Falk is profiled [on A&E's Biography] as [Phantom] film makes debut .

Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Unknown. 1996.

News about prizes [Patrick McDonnell; editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman].

Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Astor, David. 1996.

Laughs and gripes about stereotypes [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (June 22): 46-47

Astor, David. 1996.

Cartoonists get an anti-tobacco pitch [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (June 22): 47

Unknown. 1996.

Oliphant art show.

Editor & Publisher (June 22): 48

Astor, David. 1996.

An online lineup of cartoonist speakers [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 40

Unknown [David Astor]. 1996.

Wright presides over AAEC business meeting [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 40

Unknown. 1996.

A new site on the Web for Universal.

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 41

Unknown. 1996.

'Balloonatiks' strip will be introduced [from Animagic Publishing by Mark Gandy and Fred Goodman].

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 41

Unknown. 1996.

'Dilbert' joins elite 1,000-paper group.

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 41

Unknown. 1996.

Feign wins [Amnesty International] award.

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 42

Unknown. 1996.

Comic is coming ['Off-line' business panel by Herb Stansbury].

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 42

Unknown. 1996.

'Anthony' cartoon [Catholic religious strip "Saintly Anthony" by Mark Armstrong].

Editor & Publisher (June 29): 42

Astor, David. 1996.

Editorial cartoonists get a reality check [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 34-35

Fitzgerald, Mark. 1996.

Repeat performances [editorial cartoonists Paul Conrad & Don Wright and Pulitzer Prize].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 14-16

Unknown. 1996.

Universal offering 'UClick Comics' [for newspaper websites].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 35

Unknown. 1996.

New online comic ['Toy Trunk Railroad' by Erik Sansom].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996.

'Halloween' strips [from 'Beaver Creek' by Dean Norman].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996.

Kids' supplements ['Poof! The Magic Horse' by E. Dunston Gorin].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996.

Strip about Forbes ['Dinosaur Group' by Lew Sayre Schawrtz purchased].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996.

A comic proposal [John Kovalic puts marriage proposal in his strip 'Wild Life'].

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996.

A bunch [of fans at booksigning] for Brady.

Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

Cartooning views from non-artists [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists].

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 24-25

Unknown [David Astor]. 1996.

Panelists discuss editorial cartooning in Mexico.

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 24

Unknown [David Astor]. 1996.

California tax battle recalled.

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 25

Unknown. 1996.

Garfield Online is now on the web.

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 25

Unknown. 1996.

'Border' is offered ['Border Disputes' by Ken Alvine and Dave Carpenter].

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 26

Unknown. 1996.

Cohen's web site [Mark J. Cohen Cartoonists' Agency].

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 26

Unknown. 1996.

'Buckles' is first [in comics poll].

Editor & Publisher (July 13): 26

Astor, David. 1996.

Rall switches and Siporin is signed.

Editor & Publisher (July 20): 56

Lamb, Chris. 1996.

His comic creations feature innovations [Wiley Miller].

Editor & Publisher (July 20): 54-55

Vitiello, Alan. 1996.

In defense of editorial cartoonists [letter].

Editor & Publisher (July 20): 9

Schwadron, Harley. 1996.

Distorted view [letter on editorial cartoonists]?

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 9

 

Unknown. 1996.

CPJ protests cartoonist jailing [in Algeria].

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 6

Unknown. 1996.

Bombing coming in 'Funky' comic.

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 33

Unknown. 1996.

'Winnie Winkle' is closing up shop.

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 33

Unknown. 1996.

Schulz gets star on Walk of Fame.

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

[J.D.] Crowe exhibition [of political cartoons and caricatures].

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Nuptials in comic ['Rex Morgan, MD'].

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Berrill successor [Jerry Jenkins on 'Gil Thorpe']

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Ohio State show [of Roy Peterson's editorial cartoons].

Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Racial redrawing [of black children with guns in 'Amazing Spider-Man].

Editor & Publisher (August 3): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Plugging readers [readers now write Jeff MacNelly's 'Pluggers'].

Editor & Publisher (August 3): 34

Astor, David. 1996.

Cartoonists comment on their craft at columnist convention.

Editor & Publisher (August 10): 33

Unknown. 1996.

A 'Cultural' comic ['Cultural Jet Lag' by Jim Siergey begins].

Editor & Publisher (August 10): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Urban Snuffy in changed comic.

Editor & Publisher (August 17): 33-4

Unknown. 1996.

'Annie' program being produced.

Editor & Publisher (August 17): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Crowe subs for Wiley on comic.

Editor & Publisher (August 17): 34

Reina, Laura. 1996.

Strip spurs advertiser protest [Sally Forth].

Editor & Publisher (August 24): 22-23

Astor, David. 1996.

Lurie creates a cartoon monthly.

Editor & Publisher (September 7): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Popeye service [for Frank "Rocky" Fiegel].

Editor & Publisher (September 7): 34

Astor, David. 1996.

One company and many destinations [John Klem, Editors Press Service syndicate and international comic strip sales].

Editor & Publisher (September 14): 32-34

Unknown. 1996.

CWS artists in shows, package [Richard Mock].

Editor & Publisher (September 14): 34

Unknown. 1996.

'Halos' returns to Philly paper.

Editor & Publisher (September 14): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Tobacco-tainted [Ranan R. Lurie Political Cartoon] Award is nixed.

Editor & Publisher (September 21): 42

Unknown. 1996.

Tax protest art appears online.

Editor & Publisher (September 21): 42

Astor, David. 1996.

Editorial cartoonist having a big year [Jim Morin].

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 32-33

Moritz, Scott. 1996.

Color comics in digital files: The Web and Cd-Rom ease prepress work, but presses limit growth of daily color comics.

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 1c-4c

Unknown. 1996.

In the air with the chief exec [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich travels with President].

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Cartoon contest [in 'Big Nate'].

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Cartoonist dies [editorial cartoonist Randy Wicks].

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996.

'Dilbert' cameo [Scott Adams tv appearances].

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996.

Longtime artist [Bo Brown dies].

Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Astor, David. 1996.

A Ms.-story about gender in comics.

Editor & Publisher (October 5): 34-36

Unknown. 1996.

Prez draws Prez [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich travels with President]

Editor & Publisher (October 5): 36

Unknown. 1996.

Magazine 'Rose' ['Rose is Rose' appearing in Good Housekeeping].

Editor & Publisher (October 5): 36

Astor, David. 1996.

Ten-minute deadline for two cartoonists [editorial cartoonists Ben Sargent and Mike Ramirez].

Editor & Publisher (October 12): 48-49

Unknown. 1996.

A man and his cat in 'PC' strip [PC and Pixel by Thatch Bui introduced].

Editor & Publisher (October 12): 49

Unknown. 1996.

Strip stars boy and his dreams [Tommy by Jay Martin introduced].

Editor & Publisher (October 12): 49

Unknown. 1996.

A California pol criticizes comic [Doonesbury].

Editor & Publisher (October 12): 50

Astor, David. 1996.

Council gets report on digital delivery [of syndicated cartoons].

Editor & Publisher (October 19): 48-9

Unknown. 1996.

'Arlo' [Christmas] sequence.

Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996.

Trio win award [Environmental Media Association picks Rex Babin, KAL and Ann Telnaes].

Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996.

Rights package [editorial cartoons by Henry Payne].

Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996.

Sold at auction ['Muddle America' panel of original art].

Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996.

Son dies in fall [Jake MacNelly].

Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996.

[Wayne Stroot editorial cartoon about Senator Kerry] Draws reaction.

Editor & Publisher (October 26): 32

Astor, David. 1996.

Panelists take polar positions on polls.

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 30-1

Unknown. 1996.

Piro is doing a Chronicle comic [Fair Game strip].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 31

Unknown. 1996.

An eight-figure deal for 'Dilbert'.

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 31

Unknown. 1996.

TVData offering seven features ['Toon In' by Donna Barstow].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 31

Unknown. 1996.

Online cartoons ['Intoon with the News' by editorial cartoonist Mike Keefe on America Online].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 32

Unknown. 1996.

Prize recipients [Jimmy Margulies wins Fischetti Editorial Cartoon Competition].

Editor and Publisher (November 2): 32

Unknown. 1996.

News in comics ['Comics on the news' series by New York Newsday].

Editor and Publisher 129(44; Nov 2):32.

Unknown. 1996.

An eight-figure deal for Dilbert [S. Adams publishing deal].

Editor and Publisher 129(44; Nov 2):31.

Unknown. 1996.

[Bob Greenberg] Will help LATS develop comics.

Editor & Publisher (November 9): 39

Unknown. 1996.

Longtime 'Moon' cartoonist dies [Ferd Johnson].

Editor & Publisher (November 9): 39

Unknown. 1996.

The age of Arlo [contest].

Editor & Publisher (November 9): 40

Unknown. 1996.

Met on internet ['Us & Them' strip by Wiley and Dewar].

Editor & Publisher (November 9): 40

Unknown. 1996.

Home of Gould [for sale].

Editor & Publisher (November 9): 40

Astor, David. 1996.

It's reigning a cat and dog in hit strip [Patrick McDonnell and Mutts].

Editor & Publisher (November 16): 40-41

Unknown. 1996.

Political cartoon is web-specific [Bill Mitchell].

Editor & Publisher (November 16): 42

Astor, David. 1996.

Several syndicates are dukes of URL.

Editor and Publisher 129(Nov 23):22-24

Astor, David. 1996.

Syndicated creators have their own web sites ,too [Peter Guren's 'Ask Shagg']

Editor and Publisher 129(Nov 23): 24

Unknown. 1996.

'Dr. Katz' [animated tv] show spawns a strip.

Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996.

Middle class is satirized in 'Set' ['The Dinette Set' by Julie Larson].

Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996.

Cartoon cat as English teacher [Garfield in China].

Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996.

White launches 'Stars' for sites [Larry White's 'This Week in the Stars'].

Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996.

Fingers snipped [Herblock cartoon censored].

Editor & Publisher (November 30): 23

Unknown. 1996.

New '3-G' team [of Lisa Trusiani and Brian Kotzky].

Editor & Publisher (November 30): 23

Raugust, Karen. 1996.

Syndicates making bids to reach kids.

Editor & Publisher (December 7): 30-32

Unknown. 1996.

Aided an Emmy [Caroline in the City tv show; Bonnie Timmons, Schulz, Walker, Batiuk, Smythe, and Browne].

Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Unknown. 1996.

Seeking a jerk ['Tank McNamara' contest].

Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Unknown. 1996.

'Lockhorns' first [in comics poll].

Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Astor, David. 1996.

'Cursive' script for actor who receives cartooning award [Denis Leary and National Cartoonists Society].

Editor & Publisher (December 14): 32

Astor, David. 1996.

What goes online and what doesn't [syndicated material on web sites].

Editor & Publisher (December 14): 30-32

Unknown. 1996.

'Citizen' returns ['Citizen Dog' strip by Mark O'Hare].

Editor & Publisher (December 14): 32

Astor, David. 1996.

The mail prerogative is losing popularity: Many editorial cartoons and a growing number of comics are being sent electronically to syndicates.

Editor & Publisher (December 21): 24-26

Unknown. 1996.

American Color buying its rival.

Editor & Publisher (December 21): 26

Unknown. 1996.

Award winners [editorial cartoonist Mike Ramirez].

Editor & Publisher (December 21): 26

Astor, David. 1996.

A Rubin citation for 'Ernie' strip [Secretary of the Treasury letter on Bud Grace comic].

Editor & Publisher (December 28): 33

Hernandez, Debra Gersh. 1996.

They are 'drawn' to editorial cartooning.

Editor & Publisher (December 28): 32

Astor, David. 1997.

They set their sites on the web in 1996 [syndicates].

Editor and Publisher 130(Jan 4):64.

Astor, David. 1997.

Innovative web site for 'Frank and Ernest.'

Editor and Publisher 130(February 8):28.

Unknown. 1997.

'Family Popcorn' strip syndicated.

Editor and Publisher 130(7; February 15):38.

Unknown. 1997.

Two strips end as third thrives [Agatha Crumm and What A Guy canceled; Lockhorns continues].

Editor and Publisher 130(7; February 15):37.

Stein, M. L. 1997.

Cartoon's message backfires in California [editorial cartoon].

Editor and Publisher (February 19):9-10.

Astor, David. 1997.

Big-paper biggies: Garfield, Dilbert.

Editor and Publisher 130(Mar 1):30.

Astor, David. 1997.

Comic stamps get millions of saves [collecting comics stamps].

Editor and Publisher 130(11; Mar 15):30.

Unknown. 1997.

A mix of history and pop culture [M. Cavna's 'Warped' strip].

Editor and Publisher 130(11; Mar 15):31.

Stein, M. L. 1997.

Strips on Starr are Mali-booed [Doonesbury].

Editor and Publisher 130(12; Mar 22):24.

Unknown. 1997.

Meadows strip being launched [F. Cho].

Editor and Publisher 130(13; Mar 29):25.

Astor, David. 1997.

Fools' Day features a funnies flip-flop.

Editor and Publisher (Apr 5):46-47.

Unknown. 1997.

Electronic clients to get price break [syndicates selling comics electronically].

Editor and Publisher 130(14; Apr 5):47.

Astor, David. 1997.

Column critical of 'Dilbert' strip.

Editor and Publisher 130(16; Apr 19):33.

Astor, David. 1997.

Borgman, Scott create a comic [Zits].

Editor and Publisher 130(19; May 10):30-31

*Childs, Kelvin. 1998.

[Cross words at the Post: Herblock and a Coworker Debate a Cartoon].

Editor & Publisher (October 31)

*Astor, David. 1998.

[AAEC members address Ohio State Cartoon Festival].

Editor & Publisher (November 7)

*Lamb, Chris. 1998.

[Veteranís day : In His Eighth Decade, "Tommy" Thompson Takes Up Editorial Cartooning in San Diego].

Editor & Publisher (November 28)