Stephanie Gladden

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Stephanie Gladden is a professional female artist, most known for her funny animal comic, "Hopster's Tracks," published through Bongo Comics, where she worked as an inker.

Although Hopster's Tracks was very well received by furry fans, her work schedule did not permit any further issues longer than the two published. She also contributed to the Michael-Scot McMurry benefit book, In the Zone.

Professional (non-furry) work[edit]

As a professional comic book artist and animator, her credits include:

  • Comics
    • Bongo Comics - "Itchy & Scratchy Comics Holiday Special," "Simpsons Comics," "Lisa Comics," "Radioactive Man," "Treehouse of Horror."
    • Buena Vista Publications - "Disney Adventures."
    • Cartoon Network - "Cartoon Network Magazine, "Mighty Magiswords"."
    • Dark Horse Comics - "Wolf & Red," "Screwball Squirrel," "Droopy," "Jingle Belle."
    • DC Comics - "Looney Tunes," "Powerpuff Girls," "Sweatshop," "The Flinstones and the Jetsons."
    • Marvel Comics - "The Ren and Stimpy Show," "The Ren and Stimpy Show Special," "Powered Toastman's Cereal Serial."
    • Rizzoli Egmont Publishing - "Tazmania," "Bunny Band."
    • G.T. Labs - "Dignifying Science."
    • Slave_Labor_Graphics - "Action Girl," Toxic Paradise: Love and Romance."
  • Syndicated comic strips
    • "Taz-Mania"
    • "Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes"
    • "The Simpsons"


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