Isabella Bannerman

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Isabella Bannerman (born 1961 in Buffalo, New York)[1] is an American cartoonist known for her role as one of the contributors to the syndicated comic strip Six Chix[2] (where she provides the Monday panel).[1]

Bannerman's cartooning career began in 1987, when she won a cartoon contest in the San Francisco Bay Guardian.[3]

She has also worked in the television industry, as an animator on Doug.[4]


In 2012, Bannerman won the Union of Concerned Scientists' editorial cartoon contest.[5]

In 2014, she won the National Cartoonists Society Divisional Award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip.[6]


  1. ^ a b Isabella Bannerman, at Lambiek, by Lambiek; published September 4, 2009; retrieved September 17, 2014
  2. ^ 'Six Chix' Cartoonist's Work Is Being Exhibited., at Editor and Publisher (via Highbeam); published April 24, 2008; retrieved September 17, 2014
  3. ^ Cartoonist Isabella Bannerman: Funny At 51, by Roz Warren, at Women's Voices for Change; published June 14, 2012; retrieved September 17, 2014
  4. ^ Isabella Bannerman, at; published no later than July 1, 2014; retrieved September 17, 2014
  5. ^ 2012 UCS Editorial Cartoon Contest Winner, at the Union of Concerned Scientists; published August 28, 2012; retrieved September 17, 2014
  6. ^ 2014 NCS AWARDS: Reuben winner Wiley Miller (‘Non Sequitur’) appreciates honor’s esteemed legacy, by Michael Cavna, at the Washington Post; published May 25, 2014; retrieved September 17, 2014

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