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Paradise Valley, Arizona

Benjamin , a Republican congressman representing Arizona's 3rd Congressional District (Arizona's 3rd congressional district); and Corinne. birth_place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (United States) death_place Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA (United States) nationality American Keane worked for the ''Philadelphia Bulletin'' as a staff artist from 1946 to 1959, where he launched his first regular comic strip ''Silly Philly''. His first syndicated strip


Berlin

with occasional illustration jobs, would be his primary source of income for the next 20 years. After college he moved from place to place, living in Boston, Florida, California, and Italy before settling in Berlin for five years during the 1980s. Returning to the U.S. in the early '90s, he moved to Brooklyn, where he began drawing a regular comic strip, ''Medea's Weekend'', for the Williamsburg (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) newsweekly ''Waterfront Week''. Car sharing "


Boston

. in the early '90s, he moved to Brooklyn, where he began drawing a regular comic strip, ''Medea's Weekend'', for the Williamsburg (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) newsweekly ''Waterfront Week''. Chadwick's most important stage work from this period is ''The Padrone'', based on the realistic plight of Italian immigrants in the North End (North End, Boston) of Boston. It has a distinctive verismo style (realistic action integrated with a lyrical score


Germany

Region of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Neighboring are the districts Oberbergischer Kreis and Rhein-Sieg, and the district-free cities Cologne, Leverkusen, Solingen and Remscheid. Germany Though Mickey Mouse was a famous movie character in Germany since his first appearance in 1929, no regular comic books were produced until the 1950s. Initially, a few comic strips were published in some German newspapers, e.g. the ''K├Âlner Illustrierte Zeitung

to Fresno, Oregon, Germany, and Belgium, while spending summers with his father in Sacramento. He attended high school at Rio Americano in Sacramento, where he started writing, drawing and self-publishing his comic ''Optic Nerve''. Tomine has continued producing ''Optic Nerve'' as a regular comic book series for ''Drawn & Quarterly''; the most recent issue was published in September 2011. '''Blumberg''' is a municipality situated in the Schwarzwald-Baar region of Baden


Italy

quarters through his fourth year. While in college he began drawing houses in wealthy neighborhoods for money; this, along with occasional illustration jobs, would be his primary source of income for the next 20 years. After college he moved from place to place, living in Boston, Florida, California, and Italy before settling in Berlin for five years during the 1980s. Returning to the U.S. in the early '90s, he moved to Brooklyn, where he began drawing a regular comic strip


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