Tim Fuller began self publishing his cartoons in Hooha Comics in 1978. He contributed the series "The Blue Beagle," to Fantagraphics' Critters and "Cap'n Catnip" to Charlton Bullseye. Tim created countless strips and cartoons for various fanzines, mini comics and magazines, including The Comic Buyers Guide and Starlog.
In 2006, after a self-imposed exile from making comics, Tim began actively creating and publishing his cartoons again. He collected his various "Blue Beagle" stories into a book. In 2009 he began assembling a Cincinnati-based anthology, deliciously titled "Twelve-Way with Cheese." The collaborative effort brought together a dozen like-minded artists who branded themselves The Zombie Marge Comix Group. Tim's ongoing projects include SHAM Comics, his rewritten golden age stories, a "Zombie Marge" webcomic, and new HooHa Comics, like The Adventures of Cap'n Catnip.