Barnsley, Barnsley, United Kingdom

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ANDREW DODD entered the comic book market professionally as adult humour comics became all the rage during the nineties. His many cartoons were to be seen regularly in news stand sold titles such as Ziggy and Pulp (both published by Big Mags Ltd) and Sweet F.A. His work also appeared in the children's comic Triffik (from Communications Innovations Ltd).As the bubble burst on those humour comics' sales and news stand comics were sidelined to make way for ever more copies of O.K.and Hello! - resulting in poor distribution and one of the reasons a mega-sales publishing industry all but died.Andrew cannily diversified and quite literally took his work direct to the people by becoming a caricaturist.The cartoonist drew funny pictures of the great unwashed British public at various functions and promotional venues and working direct for the likes of the Scania Coach Company, K.P. Nuts, the South Yorkshire Police and South Yorkshire County Council.Continuing to diversify, he also did educatio

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