The love story between Blondie and Dagwood, filled with hilarious misadventures and endearing quirks, quickly are the cornerstone of this endearing strip. Between Dagwood’s gift for constructing sandwiches tall enough to knock him over and Blondie’s instinct for landing on her feet, their bond might just prove that opposites really do attract.
Meet the Creators
For over three decades, Dana has been an essential part of the Blondie legacy, contributing her creativity and imagination to the iconic comic strip. Collaborating with her father, Dean Young, Blondie wasn’t just a family affair in the Young household; it was a way of life. From lively dinner table brainstorming sessions to bringing Blondie […]Read More
Creative writing and art courses tell you to “create what you know.” This is why David Reddick created the comic strip, Intelligent Life. David doesn’t just write and draw his comic strip – he lives it. He’s deeply immersed in all things geek/pop culture and his enthusiasm for such things is clearly evident when you […]Read More
In the dynamic world of creativity and artistry, my lineage is a vibrant tapestry of innovation. Chic Young, the visionary mind behind the Blondie comic strip, and Athel, an exquisite concert harpist, brought me into a household filled with humor, music, and a unique blend of talents. Their love story, sparked at one of my […]Read More
With over 25 years of expertise in graphic design, experiential design, and marketing, Dianne Erwin stands out as a seasoned professional in the marketing and design realms. Her specialization lies in crafting rebranding initiatives tailored to companies of all sizes.As the daughter of Blondie’s creator, Dean Young, and the sister of Dana Coston, Dianne inherits […]Read More
John Marshall embarked on his cartooning journey at the age of 14, spurred by his grandmother’s encouragement to submit cartoons to Parade magazine. To his surprise, he sold one of his cartoons, and a few years later, another found a home at the Saturday Evening Post. After graduating with honors from Ringling School of Art […]Read More