Oh Brother by Bob Weber Jr
Oh, Brother! (30/6/2011)

Bob Weber Jr. studied Biology, but followed in his father's footsteps and pursued a career in cartooning. He started out assisting Bob Weber Sr. on the 'Moose and Molly' daily comic in 1978. In the 1980s, he became a staff artist with King Features Syndicate.

Bonnie and BooBoo, by Bob Weber Jr.

The syndicate distributes his feature 'Slycock Fox and Comics for Kids' for nearly 400 newspapers worldwide. This entertaining feature contains nog only comic strips (starring 'Bonnie and BooBoo', among other characters), but also riddles, puzzles and educational content. Since its beginning in 1987, Weber's feature has become so popular, that he continued to work on it on a fulltime basis from his home studio.

Slylock Fox, by Bob Weber Jr.

Weber has also published cartoons in Good Housekeeping, Ladies' Home Journal and Reader's Digest. In addition to his award-winning 'Comics for Kids', Weber launched the daily comic strip 'Oh, Brother!' together with Canadian cartoonist Jay Stephens in June 2010. Daily publication ended in August 2011.

Comics for Kids, by Bob Weber Jr. (1988)

Slylock Fox Comics for Kids

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