Cecil C. Addle

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Cecil C. Addle was a comic strip drawn by Ray Collins that appeared in the Seattle Post Intelligencer from 1975–1979. The main character, Cecil, was apparently a retired or unemployed person who spent his days on the beach near Seattle, talking with his friend, a duck named "Dipstick". The characters in the comic often discussed political and environmental issues.

After Collins moved to Las Vegas, he drew the comic for a local weekly paper until 1997.

Publications[edit]

  • Ray Collins. Dipstick & friends: With quotes from her royal guver-nuss. Working Press (1977).
  • Ray Collins. Everything's great in '78: Further adventures of Cecil C. Addle and Dipstick. Madrona Publishers (1978). ISBN 0-914842-30-7