Bio: Best known for her writing on the successful, adults-only series, Omaha The Cat Dancer, Kate Worley has worked on projects as diverse as Gay Comics, the 1995 Wonder Woman Annual, the Universal Horror Movie trading card set, John Jakes' Mullkon Empire for Tekno Comics, Roger Rabbit Adventures, and the new Jonny Quest series for Dark Horse. Kate publicly came out as bisexual in the Omaha letters column in 1988, making her and her then-husband Reed Waller the first openly bisexual creators in comics.
There are several collected volumes of Omaha in print, and Worley and Waller had reunited to work on new Omaha material, but unfortunately she passed away after a battle with cancer on June 6th, 2004.
Donations to help her family recover from the medical expenses and other burdens are greatly appreciated. You can send support to her husband Jim Vance at email@example.com via PayPal.
Donations, well-wishes, and nice things of any kind can also be sent to Jim at: 323 S Yorktown, Tulsa OK, 74104.
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