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Guy Gilchrist (born January 30, 1957) is an American cartoonist. He has worked on Nancy, Your Angels Speak, Night Lights & Pillow Fights, Screams, The Poetry Guy, The Muppets and The Rock Channel. As of 2013, he writes and draws Nancy and Today's Dogg.
Gilchrist started his comics career in the late 1970s with Superkernel Comics, a monthly comic book published by Weekly Reader Books in Middletown, Connecticut. He also created the comic strip Mudpie .
He has designed logos for Minor League baseball teams, including the Portland Sea Dogs, Norwich Navigators, and New Britain Rock Cats, and also designed the J. League football team Shimizu S-Pulse's mascot, Palchan.
He won the National Cartoonist Society Magazine and Book Illustration Award for 1997 and 1998, and was nominated for their Book Illustration Award for 1999 and 2001.
- About Guy Gilchrist page at Guy Gilchrist's Cartoonist's Academy at the Wayback Machine (archived February 21, 2009)
- NCS Awards
- GUY GILCHRIST: FROM THE MUPPETS TO NANCY, A SUCCESS STORY. Tiziano Thomas Dossena, L'Idea Magazine, 2014
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