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Laugh Parade

Bunny Hoest (born 1932), sometimes labeled The Cartoon Lady, is the writer of several comic strips, including The Lockhorns, Laugh Parade, and Howard Huge, all of which she inherited from her late husband Bill Hoest.
Laugh Parade was a group of weekly gag cartoons written by Bunny Hoest and drawn by John Reiner.

The Lockhorns

Lockhorns, The
Bunny Hoest (born 1932), sometimes labeled The Cartoon Lady, is the writer of several comic strips, including The Lockhorns, Laugh Parade, and Howard Huge, all of which she inherited from her late husband Bill Hoest.
It is continued today by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner.

Howard Huge

Bunny Hoest (born 1932), sometimes labeled The Cartoon Lady, is the writer of several comic strips, including The Lockhorns, Laugh Parade, and Howard Huge, all of which she inherited from her late husband Bill Hoest.
Howard Huge is a cartoon series written by Bunny Hoest and illustrated by John Reiner.

John Reiner

After Bill Hoest's death in 1988, she continued the cartoons and strips, working closely with illustrator John Reiner, who began as Bill Hoest's assistant in 1986.
John Reiner (born 1956) is a cartoonist who collaborates with writer Bunny Hoest on three cartoon series: The Lockhorns, syndicated by King Features, and Laugh Parade and Howard Huge (both for Parade magazine).

LIU Post

C.W. PostC.W. Post Campus of Long Island UniversityC.W. Post College
With a master's degree in secondary education from C. W. Post, she taught English as a second language.
Bunny Hoest, cartoonist of The Lockhorns comic strip

Bill Hoest

Bunny Hoest (born 1932), sometimes labeled The Cartoon Lady, is the writer of several comic strips, including The Lockhorns, Laugh Parade, and Howard Huge, all of which she inherited from her late husband Bill Hoest.
He was survived by his wife, Bunny Hoest; his mother, Dorothea Whittinghill of Lloyd Neck; and nine children and stepchildren.

Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Crown Heightsa neighborhoodArmory
Born in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, as Madeline Mezz, she was the only child of a doctor and an opera singer.

Adelphi University

AdelphiAdelphi AcademyAdelphi College
After attending a magnet school as a music student for four years, she graduated in 1953 from Adelphi University, where she studied literature and creative writing, noting, “I feel that writing is a gift which should be perfected.

Huntington (CDP), New York

HuntingtonHuntington, New YorkDowntown Huntington
When she was 19, she married Ted Jungreis, and the couple moved to Huntington, Long Island, where she raised three children.

King Features Syndicate

King FeaturesKing Features EntertainmentKing
Syndicated by King Features in the mid to late-1990s, the feature was one of the first panel cartoons delivered electronically.

National Enquirer

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According to King Features, Bunny Hoest had 200 million readers each week, a total derived from The Lockhorns (500 newspapers worldwide), Laugh Parade (80 million readers each Sunday) and the long-running Bumper Snickers for The National Enquirer (which has a circulation of more than seven million).

Lloyd Harbor, New York

Lloyd HarborLloyd Neck, Long IslandLloyd Neck
Living in Lloyd Neck, Long Island, she plays tennis and continues to sing with the Huntington Choral Society.

List of newspaper comic strips A–F

A–Fnewspaper comic strip
Agatha Crumm (1977–1996) originally by Bill Hoest, and later John Reiner, and Bunny Hoest (US)

What a Guy!

What a Guy! is an American comic strip created by Bill Hoest and Bunny Hoest, the team responsible for The Lockhorns and Agatha Crumm.

List of newspaper comic strips G–O

G–OMemories of a Former KidWinthrop
Howard Huge (1981–2007) by Bunny Hoest; originally by Bill Hoest (US)

1968 in comics

1968
September 9: Bunny Hoest and John Reiner's The Lockhorns makes its debut.

List of female comics creators

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Bunny Hoest: writer The Lockhorns (1971-)

Parade (magazine)

ParadeParade MagazineParade'' magazine
Laugh Parade: Gag cartoons by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner

Jay Kennedy

Kennedy's memorial service, held in Manhattan in mid-April 2007, was attended by notables from the world of cartooning and comics, including Bunny Hoest, John Reiner, Sam Gross, Jules Feiffer, Mort Gerberg, Isabella Bannerman, Rina Piccolo, Irwin Hasen, Jim Salicrup, Maggie Thompson Chris Browne, Arnie Roth, Dan Piraro, Jim Borgman, Mike Lynch, Mort Walker, Patrick McDonnell, and Matt Groening.

Bunny (nickname)

Bunny Hoest (born 1932), American comic strip writer