Sunday, April 08, 2007


He created a little comic strip called B.C. He died Saturday. The Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin reports:
Hart's B.C. comic strip was launched in 1958 and eventually appeared in more than 1,300 newspapers worldwide with an audience of 100 million. He lent his characters to promote many local agencies and activities, including the Broome Dusters hockey team, BC Transit, Broome County Parks and the professional golf tournament which became the B.C. Open.

B.C. participated in the nation's space program. In 1972, Hart received a public service award from NASA for outstanding contributions.

Later in his career, some of Hart's cartoons addressed religious themes -- a reflection of his own deepening Christian faith -- which dismayed some readers and delighted others.
Hart also was co-creator of Wizard of Id.


The Lorax said...

Loved BC, but never really enjoyed Id. At least, my Id didn't.

Anonymous said...

B.C. was a great strip. Simple and understated.