Motley, by Larry Wright

Larry Wright gew up in Detroit, Michigan and has been drawing comics since he was a child. He studied Chinese, and was sent to Okinawa as an interpreter during his army service. There, he drew the strip 'Uncle Milton' for the Okinawa Morning Star. After his service, he stayed in Okinawa and became editor of this newspaper. In 1965, he started working for The Detroit Free Press, and twelve years later he launched his daily strip 'Wright Angles' in The Detroit News. One of the characters from this strip, a cat, became the inspiration for the comic 'Kit 'N' Carlyle'. Another daily strip he created is 'Motley'. Larry Wright became president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists in 1994, works as assistant Graphics Editor for The Detroit News and lives in Allen Park with his wife Naoko.

Motley, by Larry Wright

Kit 'N' Carlyle, by Larry Wright

Daily Motley

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