Howard "Howie" Post was an American animator, cartoonist, and comic strip and comic book writer-artist.
10 Facts About Howard Post
Howard Post was in the fashion business, mostly in furs; he was a cutter.
Howard Post was busy making a living, as hard and fast as he could.
Howard Post was the head of Paramount Cartoon Studios, as well as a key director, succeeding Seymour Kneitel from 1964 through 1965.
Howard Post later went up to director and writer position at Famous Studios, and created and designed a character named Honey Halfwitch, who is half-wizard, half-girl.
Howard Post pitched the character to the highest brass at Paramount.
The Dropouts was a comic strip created by Howard Post and was syndicated by United Features Syndicate from 1968 to 1981.
Howard Post began the strip at the same time his comic book Anthro was canceled.
Howard Post was an editor on Looney Tunes Magazine and Tiny Toons Magazine for DC Comics.
In later years, Howard Post taught art and illustration privately and at New York's School of Visual Arts.