Ralf the Destroyer by Scott Lincoln
Ralf the Destroyer (18/11/2009)

Scott Lincoln studied at Hartford Art School and had his first comic strip published in a paper called the Winsted Phoenix at the age of 15. It was called 'Kabloona' and it was later continued for a short while in The Winsted Courier. Lincoln didn't do much cartooning in the second half of the 1980s and the early 1990s until he started submitting new materical to syndicates. He got his break when he became the assistant of comic artist Guy Gilchrist on the 'Nancy' comic in 2001.

Solomon's Road, by Scott Lincoln
Solomon's Road

He created his own newspaper strip panel, 'Solomon Road', a pantomime mix of modern families and King James verses. It was distributed by DBR Media for two years, starting in March 2003. Still working for Gilchrist, he also became a teacher for Gilchrist's Cartoon Academy in 2005. Lincoln has also worked as a storyboard artist, animation assistant and Flash puppet builder at Wish Tank Animation Studios. Around 2006, he created a new comic strip called 'Ralf the Destroyer'.

Kabloona, by Scott Lincoln
Kabloona

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