Most famous for his comic strip art, which has been popular since the Eisenhower/beatnik years. His cartoons in "The New Yorker", "Playboy" and "The Village Voice", among others, have inspired cartoonists from Garry Trudeau
to Berkeley Breathed
, and his first strip, "Sick, Sick, Sick", gave a name to the "sick" comedy of such ...
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[on Robert Evans and "Popeye", 1980]: From my experience with him, he takes risks. He's highly supportive of the people he works with, very loyal and very moving in that way. I just find the kind of support he's given me, earlier when Dustin [Hoffman] wanted me off the picture, and then with Altman, rare and impressive, to say the least.
Last syndicated cartoon strip, after 43 years as a weekly.