`Nancy' to be done in Bushmiller style

September 1995
Editor & Publisher;9/2/95, Vol. 128 Issue 35, p27
Trade Publication
Reports that Guy and Brad Gilchrist will be handling the return of United Features Syndicate's `Nancy' comic strip to the style of the strip's creator Ernie Bushmiller. Popularity of the strip; Controversy over Jerry Scott's decision to discontinue doing the comic; Businesses by the Gilchrist brothers.


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