About Bob Lubbers
Bob Lubbers was an American comics artist, who was especially known for his "good girl art". He began his career in the comic book industry during the so-called "Golden Age of Comic Books", drawing for companies like Centaur Publishing and Fiction House. In the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s he worked on many syndicated comic strips for newspapers, including 'Tarzan' (1950-1954), 'Long Sam' (1954-1962), 'Secret Agent X-9' (1960-1967), 'Li'l Abner' (±1958-1977) and his own creation, 'Robin Malone' (1967-1970). Among his influences were the cartoonists Alex Raymond, Hal Foster and Ray Van Buren, as well as the illustrators Al Dorne, George Bridgman and Matt Clark.
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