June 7, 1924 |
New York City
Frank Bolle has done artwork for several American children's works, including some Choose Your Own Adventure books.
He has worked on several newspaper comic strips, including Debbie Deere (1966–1969), Alexander Gate (1970–1971), Winnie Winkle (1983–2003), The Heart of Juliet Jones (1991–1999), and Apartment 3-G (1999- ). He started doing the Gil Thorp strip on an interim basis in the late '90s, and again in February 2008.
- Official website . WebCitation archive.
- "Frank Bolle Cartoons: An inventory of his cartoons at Syracuse University". WebCitation archive.
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