Nancy is an American comic strip , originally written and drawn by Ernie Bushmiller and distributed by United Feature Syndicate. The strip was originally called Fritzi Ritz , but over several years, the focus changed from ditzy Fritzi to her niece Nancy, who got her own Sunday topper strip starting October 3, The character of Nancy, a precocious eight-year-old, first appeared in the strip Fritzi Ritz about the airheaded flapper title character. Larry Whittington began Fritzi Ritz in ,  and it was assumed by Bushmiller three years later. On January 2, , Bushmiller introduced Fritzi's niece, Nancy.
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Bill then began a career as a commercial cartoonist but, like all cartoonists sixty years ago, the dream was to match fame with fortune as a syndicated comic strip creator. Seven years later Bill created another comic strip but this one was for his local newspaper not syndicated nationally, making it rarer than the obscure Clyde. Willy Muffit began on June 17, above in the Costa Mesa Daily News and the various editions of the paper that informed surrounding Orange Coast communities.
In , his son Tom Wilson II took over writing and drawing the comic strip. Ziggy, nameless at his conception, has been visible in some form or another since the mids. Greeting card writer Tom Wilson first drew a Ziggy-like character as an elevator operator offering political commentary in editorial cartoons ; however, no one would syndicate it. Ziggy eventually appeared in an American Greetings gift book, When You're Not Around  which caught the eye of Kathleen Andrews, a founder of the fledgling startup Universal Press Syndicate , which badly needed a popular comic to keep it afloat.