Funny Fables, by Ed Kuekes

Edward D. Kuekes was a cartoonist and comic artist born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He studied at the Baldwin-Wallace College, the Cleveland Institute of Art, and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. He began his career as a cartoonist for the Cleveland Pain Dealer in 1922. Although mainly active as a cartoonist, he also created the comic strip 'Alice in Wonderland' (based on Lewis Carroll’s famous novel illustrated by John Tenniel) with scriptwriter Olive Ray Scott, syndicated by United Features in 1934. His work for the Plain Dealer also included the Sunday strip 'Funny Fables' in the mid-1930s. In the period 1955-62 Kuekes did a daily panel called 'Do You Believe' with Steve Freeley for Lafave Syndicate.

Alice in Wonderland, by Ed Kuekes

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