Ho Che Anderson

Canadian cartoonist and comics artist

Ho Che Anderson
London, England
Area(s)Writer, Penciller, Inker
Notable works
King Volumes 1-3
Wise Son: The White Wolf

Ho Che Anderson is a cartoonist and comics artist primarily affiliated with Fantagraphics.


Anderson was born in London to “a Jamaican immigrant who named his son after North Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh and Cuban Communist revolutionary Che Guevara.”[citation needed]

Anderson was one of the creators to submit ideas when Fantagraphics put out a call for adult comics and the submission became I Want to Be Your Dog.[1]

He wrote, designed, and illustrated a series of comic books on Martin Luther King Jr. in 1993, wrote the 1996 Wise Son: The White Wolf miniseries for Milestone Comics, and started his Scream Queen series in 2010 at Fantagraphics.


  1. ^ Anderson, Ho Che (18 December 2009). "TCJ 300 Conversations: Howard Chaykin & Ho Che Anderson". The Comics Journal. Retrieved 21 April 2010.


  • Ho Che Anderson at the Grand Comics Database
  • Ho Che Anderson at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
  • Ho Che Anderson at the Lambiek Comiclopedia

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  • Anderson page at Fantagraphics' home page.
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