Mudpie, by Guy Gilchrist
Mudpie

Guy Gilchrist was born in Connecticut in 1957. He debuted in the late 1970s with Superkernel Comics, a monthly comic book published by Weekly Reader Books in Middletown, Connecticut. He got a job working for Jim Henson on 'The Muppets' comic strip, which he created together with his brother Brad. The strip ran in newspapers worldwide from 1981 until 1986. Guy, Brad and 'Beetle Baily' artist Greg Walker teamed up in 1984 to produce 'The Rock Channel'.

Superkernel Comics, by Guy Gilchrist (1979)
Superkernel Comics (1979)

In 1997, Guy and his wife Angie began their own international publishing company, Gilchrist Publishing. Gilchrist became an acclaimed children's books writer, especially known for 'Night Lights & Pillow Fights', which also appears as a comics, games and fun page. Always looking to experiment with his styles, Guy came up with 'Screams!!', a comic about monsters, and 'Mudpie, another children's comic feature.

Nancy, by Guy Gilchrist
Nancy

In 1995, Guy and Brad took over the famous 'Nancy' strip, originally created by Ernest Bushmiller. Guy Gilchrist and his wife started their own publishing company, and he also has his own Gilchrist Studios, where he promotes his work. In 2002, he started a religious strip for United Features Syndicate, called 'Your Angels Speak'. Gilchrist founded Guy Gilchrist's Cartooning Academy in 2005.

Superkernel Comics, by Guy Gilchrist

www.gilchriststudios.com

Laatste update: 2010-10-15

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