Here at the Happy Harv’s Homepage, we fulminate about an assortment of topics in the general vicinity of cartooning. Our latest posting, Opus 330, reviews editorial cartoons on the major issues of the last month while Opus 329 reports on the summer’s comics movies, Pat Oliphant’s opinions on the state of the editooning art and the historic Family Guy-Simpsons crossover, plus reviews a new book of interviews with graphic autobiographers, comic books Terminal Man, Hexed, Howtoons, and The Bunker, and bids a fond adieu to Stan Goldberg. To witness all this, click on the long-suffering rabbit at the right.
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Robert C. Harvey (to disclose his actual name) has been writing about cartooning for well over a quarter of a century, beginning with a column in the Menomonee Falls Gazette (a weekly newspaper of comic strips) in the fall of 1973. A one-time freelance cartoonist (of the "bush league" variety, he says), Harvey has produced published work in nearly all the cartooning venues--comic strips, editorial cartoons, comic books, and magazine cartoons. He is a member of the National Cartoonist Society (NCS), an associate member of the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists (AAEC), and a member of the Comic Art Professionals Society (CAPS). He has authored several books about cartooning, some of which are alluded to below. If you want the Complete History of the Life and Times of the Happy Harv, click here.
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