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Log In. Bill Mayer is absolutely amazing. Postal Service.
He has won almost every illustration award known to man and even some known to fish. Bill and his wife live in Decatur Georgia.
They have a son and three grandsons. Illustrator Portfolio.
Went to sleep in a peanut shell. Oriental laundryman. Also called Chuck Lee. And once called Henry.
Like the Army, an unnamed band later replaced by individual Teenie Weenies. Two unnamed to the best of my knowledge young women. In the strip Donahey refers to "one of the Teenie Weenie grandmas. Grandpa s. In the earliest strips there are at least two Grandpas, but later only one. Teenie Weenie Town mentions "a Teenie Weenie grandpa", but there is no picture, and he does not have an important role.
Henry: there is no Teenie Weenie named "Henry". The editor of Harvey Magazine 7 renamed the Chinese man "Henry". At first vain and interested only in clothes, she became the village school-mistress, nurse, etiquette supervisor, and housekeeper. Seen only at the wedding of the Lover and the Sweetheart Mr. Nipper: ? Not named at first, later determined to be the son of Tess and the Turk.
Brother of Zero and Judy. Nipper is also the given name of the Clown q.
Job Vacancies. Teeny Weenies has a Basic Service — more info. A community pool fills up with bullies. In it was transferred to the regular Sunday comics section. Add to Wishlist. The strip was inspired by Palmer Cox 's The Brownies and was done in the form of text with a single large picture. About the author.
Wearing a mortarboard and spectacles, never named but quite prominent in the earliest strips..