Mudpie comic strip
Guy Gilchrist born January 30,   in Connecticut  is an American cartoonist , country musician , animator , songwriter and comics artist. Between and he continued the comics Nancy and also had another comic strip named Today's Dogg. Gilchrist started his career in the late s with Superkernel Comics , a monthly comic book published by Weekly Reader Publishing in Middletown, Connecticut. League football team Shimizu S-Pulse 's mascot, Palchan. On January 2, , Gilchrist announced that after 22 years, his last Nancy strip would be February 18,
Mudpie (2005) comic books
Guy Gilchrist - Lambiek Comiclopedia
In Edward Albee's play The Goat , there is some mention of mudpies. I know he was not talking about computer games, and someone surprisingly given the themes of the play he was not talking about the sexual act either. It's some kind of thing kids are supposed to make - out of mud, presumably - and I'm curious as to what it actually is. I feel that someone who has experience with said mudpies should write something about them on Wikipedia, especially as these other two things are named after them. A mudpie doesn't need much explanation. It's a pie, made out of mud.
MUDPIE COMICS number 1
He is best known as the first artist to write and draw comics based on Jim Henson's 'The Muppets' and the fourth artist to continue Ernie Bushmiller 's gag comic 'Nancy', which he did between and He is furthermore the creator of the inspirational cartoon series 'Your Angels Speak' and lends his name to his own publishing company, drawing studio and art school. Most of his early comic strips were made in cooperation with his brother Brad Gilchrist. Early life Guy Gilchrist was born in in Connecticut as the son of an owner of an upholstery shop.