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Iron MAN by Johnny Craig - Comic Strip
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Iron MAN

Comic Strip
Ink

Description

Un superbe et talentueux travail de Johnny CRAIG,
une contribution sur la série IRON MAN qui n'a pas
toujours été reconnue à sa juste valeur.

About Johnny Craig

John Thomas Alexis Craig better known as Johnny Craig, was an American comic book artist notable for his work with the EC Comics line of the 1950s. He sometimes used the pseudonyms Jay Taycee and F. C. Aljohn. Early life and career Born in Pleasantville, New York, Craig studied at the Art Students League of New York. While attending classes, he began working in 1940 as an assistant of Harry Lampert, co-creator of All-American Comics' Golden Age superhero the Flash. The following year, after Lampert was drafted to serve to World War II, All-American editor Sheldon Mayer kept Craig on as an art department assistant, giving him progressively more responsible art duties. Between 1943 and 1945, Craig served in the Merchant Marines and the U.S. Army. EC Comics Returning to comics after his discharge, he began drawing for EC Comics, beginning with the penciling and inking the cover of Moon Girl and the Prince #1 (cover-dated Fall 1947). He did additional work on the following issue of that science fiction / superhero series, now titled simply Moon Girl, and went on to draw stories for the EC Western comics Saddle Justice and Gunfighter and the crime comic Crime Patrol..

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becoolman Une bien belle page du trop méconnu Johnny Craig...
Aug 31, 2017 9:48 AM
bobfish01 Une bien belle 4 panel page
Aug 30, 2017 11:35 PM
Matthias Yes, it was bit like Al Williamsons story: The were to slow in the page production (layout/pencil/ink) and were moved to the inking job. Great page!
Aug 30, 2017 5:37 PM