|Eek & Meek|
|Current status / schedule||Ended|
|Launch date||September 5, 1965|
|End date||March 25, 2000|
|Syndicate(s)||Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA)|
The strip featured the foibles of the two title characters. Eek, an aggressive alcoholic, was always seen with a bowler hat and a beard stubble. Meek was exactly as his name implies. Supporting characters included Meek's love interest, Monique, rebellious kid Luvable and his friend Freaky.
Unusually, the characters began as anthropomorphic mice only to morph into humans as of the February 8, 1982 strip.
- Eek & Meek (May 1969) ISBN 610-62-104
- Eek & Meek: One More Time (February 1970) ISBN 610-62-289
- Eek & Meek: Book Three (December 1970) ISBN 610-62-502
- ↑ "Two Veteran Cartoonists Dead; From Mice to Men". The Comics Journal (71): 15. April 1982. Archived from the original on August 12, 2012. http://www.tcj.com/archive-viewer-issue-71/?pid=4642. Retrieved August 12, 2012.
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