Seven days without laughter makes one weak.
Laughter is the brush that sweeps away the cobwebs of your heart.
Everything I know, I write about. My only research is what I did.
Some people will do schlock or anything, just to get their name on it.
I was kicked out of The Stars And Stripes twice, and finally got back in.
You learn just by trying and experimenting. By the time I was 14, I had my own comic strip in the Kansas City paper.
I say, if you believe what you read in the comic strips, then you believe that mice run around with little gold buttons on their red pants and drive cars.
I took Beetle home thinking that after the Korean War was over, I would have to take him out of the Army. I thought, well, what am I going to do with him?
When I introduced a black soldier, Lt. Flap, in 1971, the Stars and Stripes banned the strip. They were having racial problems and thought it would increase the tensions.
The people who were against the Vietnam War thought I was attacking the Army. The guys in the Army thought I was representing their experiences. I was on both sides, and I survived.