Best Saturdays of Our Lives: Guy Gilchrist ๐Ÿ“บ SC Comicon

On April 9th-10th Mark & Dan were guests of the ESO Network at SC Comicon, Upstate South Carolina’s wildly popular comic book convention. Among many other unforgettable memories, they had the honor of meeting famed comic strip producer, character designer and art director Guy Gilchrist! He graciously spoke with us about his storied carrier with Jim Henson, an extensive relationship with Saturday morning, and a whole lot more!

00:00:24 Guy Gilchrist

00:23:49 Thank You Judy!

TOTAL RUNTIME: 00:28:30

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