Lola, by Steve Dickenson

Steve Dickenson was born in a military family and moved a lot from base to base as a kid. He went into the Navy himself, and after that he embarked on a career as a graphic designer and comic artist, studying at the University of Florida. He made his debut in 1984, with the strip 'Bedside Manor', which was syndicated by Medical Features Syndicate. He was a contributing writer on Hank Ketcham's comic 'Dennis the Menace'. He created the newspaper comic strips 'Dillon', 'Tar Pit', 'Nest Heads', 'Military Brats' and 'Lola', the last ones in cooperation with Todd Clark.

Lola, by Steve Dickenson

Lola Rules

Last updated: 2006-12-16

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