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Beetle Bailey: I Thought You Had the Compass In his book The Lexicon of Comicana (1980), written as a satirical look at the devices cartoonists use in their craft, Walker invented . .
Beetle Bailey: I Thought You Had the Compass. After more than 50 years in the business, Mort Walker still supervises the daily work at his studio, which also employs 6 of his children. In 1974 he founded The National Cartoon Museum, and in 1989 he was inducted into the Museum of Cartoon Art Hall of Fame. In his book The Lexicon of Comicana (1980), written as a satirical look at the devices cartoonists use in their craft, Walker invented a cartoon vocabulary called Symbolia. For example, Walker coined the term "squeans" to describe the starbusts and little circles that appear around a cartoon's head to indicate intoxication.
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Beetle Bailey (begun on September 4, 1950) is an American comic strip created by cartoonist Mort Walker. It is set on a fictional United States Army post. In the years just before Walker's death in 2018 (at age 94), it was among the oldest comic strips still being produced by its original creator. Over the years, Mort Walker had been assisted by (among others) Jerry Dumas, Bob Gustafson, Frank Johnson and Walker's sons Neal, Brian and Greg Walker who are continuing the strip after his death.
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I Thought You Had the Compass. Published March 1982 by Ace Books.
Find nearly any book by Mort Walker (page 5). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Beetle Bailey: In the Soup. ISBN 9780523413402 (978-0-523-41340-2) Softcover, Pinnacle Books, 1981.
Mort Walker drawing the character Beetle Bailey in 1993
Mort Walker drawing the character Beetle Bailey in 1993. After his attempt at a comic strip set at a university lagged, he substituted barracks buddies for dorm mates, sergeants and generals for professors, and the military bureaucracy for academic pronouncements. Ray Fairall/Associated Press. Mr. Walker had the longest tenure of any cartoonist on an original creation, King Features, which began its syndication of Beetle Bailey in 1950, said in a statement. You have one outstanding ability! Avoiding work! And so it went through the Korean War, the Vietnam War and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, even though Beetle Bailey seldom became topical.
Mort Walker, whose Beetle Bailey comic strip followed the exploits of a lazy . After his discharge, Walker enrolled at the University of Missouri, where today a bronze statue of Beetle Bailey lounges on a bench
Mort Walker, whose Beetle Bailey comic strip followed the exploits of a lazy . and his inept cohorts at the dysfunctional Camp Swampy, and whose dedication to his art form led him to found the first museum devoted to the history of cartooning, died Jan. 27 at his home in Stamford, Connecticut. After his discharge, Walker enrolled at the University of Missouri, where today a bronze statue of Beetle Bailey lounges on a bench. He received his degree in 1948 and moved to New York to become a cartoonist. Undaunted by rejections, he pinned a note to his drawing board reading, I will not be denied.
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