Winnie the Pooh (comic strip)

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Winnie the Pooh
Author(s)Don Ferguson
Illustrator(s)Richard Moore
Websitewww.creators.com/read/winnie-the-pooh
Current status/scheduleConcluded daily & Sunday strip
Launch dateJune 19, 1978
End dateApril 2, 1988
Syndicate(s)King Features Syndicate (1978–1988)
(reruns) Creators Syndicate (up until April 2010)
Genre(s)Humor, Anthropomorphic animals

Winnie the Pooh is a comic strip based on the characters created by A.A. Milne in his 1920s books, which ran from June 19, 1978, until April 2, 1988.[1]

Based on the Disney adaptations of the characters, the strip was written by Don Ferguson and drawn by Richard Moore, although the feature was usually billed as "by Disney." To the established cast of characters, Ferguson and Moore added Sir Brian and the Dragon, inspired by characters from Milne's poetry.[1]

The strip originally was syndicated by King Features. Up until April 2010, Creators Syndicate offered reprints as part of a "classics" package.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Fanning, Jim, D23: All Facts, No Fluff and Stuff, retrieved 21 May 2010

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