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Bill Woggon

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2007-08-15 10:54:46 SKleefeld Suffix none
2007-08-15 10:54:46 SKleefeld DOB January 1, 1911
2007-08-15 10:54:46 SKleefeld DOD February 3, 2003
2007-08-15 10:54:46 SKleefeld Bio Bill Woggon, brother of Elmer Woggon, was the creator of the 'Katy Keene' comic. Debuting in Wilbur Comics in 1945, 'Katy Keene' was the fashion queen of comics at the time. Notable about Woggon's comic was that it encouraged fans to send in their designs, which Katy would wear in a subsequent story (and the designer was even credited!). All through the 1950s, Katy appeared not just in her own book, but also in the back pages of Laugh and Pep Comics, giant comics like Katy Keene Pinup Parade, and occasional issues of Archie Giant Series Magazine. The series run ended in 1961, when the public's interest moved over to superheros again. Woggon went to work on 'Millie the Lovable Monster' for Dell. A revival of 'Katy Keene' comics occurred in the 1980s, with reprints of Woggon's stories, as well as new stories illustrated by Dan DeCarlo and John Lucas.
2007-08-15 10:54:46 SKleefeld Notes photo by Alan Light
2006-05-09 19:22:37 SKleefeld New Creator


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