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W. B. Yeats was an Irish poet and playwright.
The Kubert School, formerly the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art or Joe Kubert School, located in Dover, New Jersey, is a three-year technical school that teaches the principles of sequential art and the particular craft of the comics industry as well as commercial illustration. The Kubert School was and still is the only accredited school devoted entirely to cartooning.
Alfonso Williamson was an American cartoonist, comic book artist and illustrator specializing in adventure, Western and science fiction/fantasy.
Alien Encounters is an American science fiction anthology comic book published by FantaCo Enterprises and then Eclipse Comics. The comic debuted with FantaCo in 1981, and in 1985 was revived by Eclipse, where it ran for fourteen issues until 1987. Eclipse began publishing the title soon after the cancellation of Alien Worlds, a similar science-fiction themed anthology.
Rip Kirby is a 1946-1999 American comic strip created by Alex Raymond and Ward Greene featuring the adventures of private detective Rip Kirby. With a run spanning five decades, the strip was in the hands of writer/artist John Prentice for more than 40 years.
The Irish R.M. refers to a series of books by the Anglo-Irish novelists Somerville and Ross, and the television comedy-drama series based on them. They are set in the turn-of-the-twentieth-century west of Ireland.
Thomas Yeates is an American comic strip and comic book artist best known for illustrating the comic strips Prince Valiant and Zorro and for working on characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Mark or Marc Yates may refer to:
Yates is a Scandinavian or Anglo-Saxon surname common among the Irish, and best associated with the Poet Laureate of Ireland, William Butler Yeats, and his family of painters, including founders of Dun Emer Press and the Abbey Theatre. Notable people with the surname include:
John Yeates Barlow was a Mormon fundamentalist leader in Short Creek, Arizona.
Yeates is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Conan is a fictional character based on Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian. He was introduced to the comic book world in 1970 with Conan the Barbarian, written by Roy Thomas, illustrated by Barry Smith and published by Marvel Comics.
Fantastic Comics was an American comic book superhero anthology title published by Fox Feature Syndicate during the Golden Age of Comic Books. The title introduced the characters Banshee, Black Fury, Nagana, Queen of Evil, Samson, and Stardust the Super Wizard.
Gary Gianni is an American comics artist best known for his eight years illustrating the syndicated newspaper comic Prince Valiant.
Nature is a wildlife television program produced by Thirteen/WNET New York. It has been distributed to United States public television stations by the PBS television service since its debut on October 10, 1982. Some episodes may appear in syndication on many PBS member stations around the United States and Canada, and on the Discovery Channel. This series currently airs on Wednesday on PBS.
Joanna Clare Yeates was a landscape architect from Hampshire, England, who went missing on 17 December 2010 in Bristol after an evening out with colleagues. Following a highly publicised appeal for information on her whereabouts and intensive police enquiries, her body was discovered on 25 December 2010 in Failand, North Somerset. A post-mortem examination determined that she had been strangled.
Mark Yeates is an Irish footballer.
Cornelius Yate was an Anglican priest: the Archdeacon of Wilts from 9 April 1696 until his death.
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