William Henry Jackson Griffith (born January 20, 1944) is a prolific American cartoonist who signs his work Bill Griffith and Griffy. He is best known for his daily comic strip Zippy. The popular catchphrase "Are we having fun yet?" is credited to Griffith in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations (16th edition, 1992).
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... sketches), From A to Zippy, Zippy's House of Fun, Griffith Observatory (comic book), Zippy Annual #1, Zippy Annual 2001, Zippy Annual 2002, Zippy Annual 2003, Zippy From Here to ... In January 2012, Fantagraphics published "Bill Griffith Lost and Found, Comics 1969-2003", a 392-page collection of Griffith's early work in underground comics from the East Village ...
... — magazine-sized comics anthology created and edited by Art Spiegelman and Bill Griffith ... anthology issue #1 featured first Zippy the Pinhead strip (by Bill Griffith) San Francisco Comic Book (7 issues, 1970–1978) — anthology title Spiffy Stories (19 ... Young Lust — anthology title co-edited by Bill Griffith and Jay Kinney ...
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—Charles Griffith (b. 1930)
“No, the five hundred was the sum they named
To pay the doctors bill and tide me over.
Its that or fight, and I dont want to fight
I just want to get settled in my life....”
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