Comic Creator

Bill Williams

Alfred O. Williams

(b. 30 November 1917, USA)  United States

Bill  Williams

Homer Brown, by Bill Williams

Bill Williams was an artist of Dell Publishing in the 1950s. There, he produced such humorous series as 'Henry Aldrich' and 'Homer Brown'. In the 1960s, he has also drawn comics with 'Millie', 'The Chipmunks' and 'Tweety and Silvester'. He drew 'Millie the Model during 1967 and also drew for Marvel in the late 1980s doing Dennis the Menace. Also did the longrunning 'Pee Wee Harris' strip in Boy's Life.

Henry Aldrich, by Bill Williams

Last updated: 2012-10-29

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