First comic in three years to reach four-figure clientele

Astor, David
April 1999
Editor & Publisher;04/17/99, Vol. 132 Issue 16, p52
Trade Publication
Reports that the comic strip `FoxTrot' published in newspapers has reached the 1,000-client mark. Creation of the comics by cartoonist Bill Amend; Appeal to younger readers; Appearance of `FoxTrot' characters in books sold on a Web site. INSET: Only 17 comics reside on 1,000 island.


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