HERMAN, a hilarious, groundbreaking cartoon that appears in hundreds of newspapers around the world, continues despite the sad passing of creator Jim Unger. Unger, who passed away in June 2011, left a legacy of over eight thousand HERMAN comics and a large following that continues to evolve today. Unger passed the comedy baton to cartoonist David Weisglass and illustrator Raleigh Wood to keep the laughs going. Weisglass has worked closely with Unger on his since 1997, when Weisglass stopped working on his own syndicated comic strip, FARCUS®, to help his mentor and manage HERMAN. Unger’s outrageous humor and excellent illustrative style have become an industry: millions of HERMAN book collections have been sold in over twenty five countries.