By: E&P Staff
A “Prince Valiant” fan who’s putting together an exhibit of cartoonist Hal Foster’s work is the subject of a story in Wednesday’s Chicago Tribune.
The free show being assembled by Skokie, Ill., resident Sid Weiskirch is scheduled to open this June at the Noyes Cultural Center in Evanston, Ill., where Foster lived for 17 years.
Foster, who died in 1982, started “Prince Valiant” in 1937. The Sunday adventure comic, from King Features Syndicate, is now done by Mark Schultz and Gary Gianni.
Lolly Bowean’s Chicago Tribune story was linked to by ComicsReporter.com.