Vic Lockman (born 19 October, 1927) was a Christian, American cartoonist and comic strip writer. He started cartooning from a young age taught by his father. He was once head of the art department for the School of Aviation Medicine at Randolph Field, Texas. He was married and had six children. His son, Mark Thomas Lockman (1952-1989) was a journalist, to whom one of Vic's cartoon books was dedicated.
Amongst the many comic strips and cartoons created, Vic might be best known for his characters created for The Walt Disney Company in 1960; Newton Gearloose and Moby Duck. But he is better known to the Christian home school community for his catechism books and cartooning instructional books.
Vic lived in Southern Oregon until his death on June 1st, 2017.
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