1999:  Golden T-Square, National Cartoonists Society – 50 years of service, Only second ever to receive award.

     Today, after more than six decades, Mort Walker is still producing Beetle Bailey , which is the longest tenure of any cartoonist on his original creation in the history of comics.

Among the major characters who made their initial appearances in Beetle Bailey during the 1950s were:  Bunny , who replaced Buzz, Beetle’s original college girlfriend.  Killer , Beetle’s best buddy, who was patterned after an Army roommate of Mort’s who thought he was God’s gift to women. Otto , Sarge’s canine sidekick, first appeared in 1956 but didn’t get a regulation Army uniform until 1969. Lt. Sonny Fuzz , the camp apple-polisher and go-getter, who closely resembles a 21-year-old newly-minted lieutenant from Kansas named Mort Walker. All of these characters are still regulars in the strip.

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1999:  Golden T-Square, National Cartoonists Society – 50 years of service, Only second ever to receive award.

     Today, after more than six decades, Mort Walker is still producing Beetle Bailey , which is the longest tenure of any cartoonist on his original creation in the history of comics.

Among the major characters who made their initial appearances in Beetle Bailey during the 1950s were:  Bunny , who replaced Buzz, Beetle’s original college girlfriend.  Killer , Beetle’s best buddy, who was patterned after an Army roommate of Mort’s who thought he was God’s gift to women. Otto , Sarge’s canine sidekick, first appeared in 1956 but didn’t get a regulation Army uniform until 1969. Lt. Sonny Fuzz , the camp apple-polisher and go-getter, who closely resembles a 21-year-old newly-minted lieutenant from Kansas named Mort Walker. All of these characters are still regulars in the strip.

1999:  Golden T-Square, National Cartoonists Society – 50 years of service, Only second ever to receive award.

     Today, after more than six decades, Mort Walker is still producing Beetle Bailey , which is the longest tenure of any cartoonist on his original creation in the history of comics.

Among the major characters who made their initial appearances in Beetle Bailey during the 1950s were:  Bunny , who replaced Buzz, Beetle’s original college girlfriend.  Killer , Beetle’s best buddy, who was patterned after an Army roommate of Mort’s who thought he was God’s gift to women. Otto , Sarge’s canine sidekick, first appeared in 1956 but didn’t get a regulation Army uniform until 1969. Lt. Sonny Fuzz , the camp apple-polisher and go-getter, who closely resembles a 21-year-old newly-minted lieutenant from Kansas named Mort Walker. All of these characters are still regulars in the strip.

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