Dick Tracy by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis for September 27, 2019
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He later became an art assistant on the Buck Rogers comic strip. In addition to his comic strip work, Locher became a longtime editorial cartoonist, working primarily for the Chicago Tribune, the same media company that syndicates Dick Tracy. He won a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in In , Locher became an assistant to Chester Gould , providing some inks and coloring. Locher also contributed some story and plot elements, such as the resolution to the Granite Island death trap.
Dick Locher, Pulitzer Prize-winning Tribune cartoonist, dies at 88
Locher was born in Dubuque , Iowa. However, he left the job after a few months to enlist in the Air Force , where he became a test pilot. While at the Air Force , he began freelancing for the Stars and Stripes. In , he began assisting Chester Gould on Dick Tracy ,  where he inked the figures and colored the Sunday strips.
Dick Locher was an American cartoonist, best-known for his editorial cartoons for the Chicago Tribune, and for his long association with Chester Gould 's 'Dick Tracy' newspaper comic. He did his political work simultaneously with his comic strip work for almost thirty years, drawing an editorial cartoon in the morning, and then a 'Dick Tracy' strip in the afternoon, both in completely different styles. Dille Company in He left Yager to enlist as a test pilot in the Air Force, and was on active duty for two years. Locher then spent another 18 years in the Air Force Reserve.
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