'Masters of American Comics': A History of the Funnies Brian Walker, son of Hi and Lois creator Mort Walker, has co-edited a new book that traces the history of America's funny pages in the 20th century. Walker now writes the Hi and Lois strip with his brother, editor Greg Walker, and illustrator Chance Browne.
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'Masters of American Comics': A History of the Funnies

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Brian Walker, son of Hi and Lois creator Mort Walker, has co-edited a new book that traces the history of America's funny pages in the 20th century. Walker now writes the Hi and Lois strip with his brother, editor Greg Walker, and illustrator Chance Browne.

Masters of American Comics includes contributions from writers Dave Eggers and Jonathan Safran Foer and Simpsons creator Matt Groening. hide caption

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