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Happy Birthday, Barbara Brandon-Croft! She was the first black woman cartoonist nationally syndicated in the mainstream press. Her comic strip, Where I’m Coming From, appeared first in the Detroit Free Press, and was acquired by Universal Press Syndicate in 1991. The strip features a cast of about a dozen women, who Brandon-Croft based on herself and her friends. (11/27)

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Wonder Woman: The Contest - Illustration by Mike Deodato

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From Comic Book Resources Last month DC Comics announced it had put together a new list of “essential” graphic novels and collections, designed to help casual readers and completists alike.

Wikipedia.org/ Douglas Nigel "Doug" Marlette-- (1949-2007) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American editorial cartoonist who, at the time of his death, had also published two novels and was "finding his voice in writing long-length fiction." His popular comic strip Kudzu, distributed by Universal Press Syndicate from 1981 to 2007, was adapted into a musical comedy.

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Hägar the Horrible and his creator Dik Browne. Narrator: The most famous Viking of all was Leif Erikson.

Happy Birthday, Stephanie Gladden! Started her comics career in ’93 and drew plenty of licensed characters (Looney Tunes, Ren & Stimpy, Wolf & Red, Pepper Ann, The Simpsons, etc.) In ’98 started writing and drawing her own comic book, Hopster’s Tracks. Worked on a story in Jim Ottavini’s Dignifying Science. Presently a character artist at Cartoon Network. Still draw plenty of comic pages too, including more of her own characters including Cricket & Plato-- a girl and her stegosaurus. (11/20)

Happy Birthday, Stephanie Gladden! Started her comics career in ’93 and drew plenty of licensed characters (Looney Tunes, Ren & Stimpy, Wolf & Red, Pepper Ann, The Simpsons, etc.) In ’98 started writing and drawing her own comic book, Hopster’s Tracks. Worked on a story in Jim Ottavini’s Dignifying Science. Presently a character artist at Cartoon Network. Still draw plenty of comic pages too, including more of her own characters including Cricket & Plato-- a girl and her stegosaurus. (11/20)

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