Cartoonist, Lee Holley, sold his first cartoon work at the age of 15 and began animating for Warner Bros. at 21. By 1957, he worked for Hank Ketcham, ghosting the Dennis the Menace Sunday funnies. The Ketcham influence is strong here on his most famous creation, Ponytail, which he drew as a daily strip from 1960 straight through into the 1980s. These pages are so wonderfully drawn and, like Ketcham, Holley was a master of detail, the small but imortant gesture, and posture. These two stories and cover come from Poneytail No. 4 (October-December, 1963).