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Borgman, Jim > Comic Strip Art > Borgman, Jim
James Mark Borgman (born February 24, 1954) is an American cartoonist. He is known for his political cartoons and his nationally syndicated comic strip Zits.

Borgman was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to James and Marian Borgman, where he began his career in journalism as a student at Elder High School. He then attended Ohio's Kenyon College where he started as an English major, then switched to being an art major. He graduated in 1976 with Phi Beta Kappa honors.

Borgman met his first wife Lynn Goodwin during his senior year of college at a class called "Jesus and the Gospels". They had two children named Dylan and Chelsea. Lynn passed away in 1999 from a blood clot following a surgery to ease chronic neck and shoulder pain. After a short while, he was remarried to Suzanne Soled, an educational psychologist and professor at Northern Kentucky University. Together with Suzanne, they are the parents of five children.

His body of work has included the weekly comic strip "Wonk City," which ran from 1994 to 1996 on the editorial pages of The Washington Post. A surreal send-up of inside-the-beltway mores during the administration of Bill Clinton, many of the cartoons featured a cat involved in behind-the-scenes political skullduggery.

While on vacation in Sedona, Arizona, Borgman met up with fellow cartoonist, Jerry Scott. Scott pitched the idea of a cartoon about a teenager and thus the comic strip "Zits" was born, debuting in July, 1997, with Borgman cartooning and Scott writing.

"Zits" is syndicated in over 1499 newspapers around the world and is translated into seven languages, including German, Chinese, Swedish, Norwegian, Spanish, and Finnish.

In 1991, when Borgman was 37 years old, he won the Pulitzer Prize. He has also won the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for 1986, 1987, 1988, 1994, and 2006, their Newspaper Comic Strip for 1997, their Newspaper Comic Strip (with Jerry Scott) in 1998 and 1999 for Zits, and their Reuben Award in 1993. Borgman also won the Reuben Award for editorial cartooning in 2006, and has achieved a great deal of recognition for his work.

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