Mr. T fights fair by Jim Mooney, Stan Goldberg - Illustration
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Mr. T fights fair

Illustration
1983
Ink
27.5 x 43.5 cm (10.83 x 17.13 in.)
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Planche originale de Mr. T. par Jim Mooney et Stan Goldberg
(c) Marvel 1983

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About Jim Mooney

Jim Mooney found a professional home at DC Comics in 1946 where he stayed for the next 22 years. Mooney worked on many of DC's top-selling characters, such as 'Batman' and 'Superboy' and 'Supergirl', but also on features like 'Dial H for Hero' in House of Mystery and 'Tommy Tomorrow' in Action Comics and World's Finest Comics. His best known work for DC was the 'Supergirl' back-up feature from Action Comics, which he drew from 1959 to 1968. He additionally drew for issues of 'Lorna the Jungle Queen' for Atlas Comics in the 1953-54 period. After leaving DC in 1968, he returned to Stan Lee at Marvel as an inker on John Romita's 'Amazing Spider-Man' and John Buscema's 'The Mighty Thor'. He also pencilled stories for 'Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man' and 'Marvel Team-Up', as well as mini-series like 'Man-Thing' and 'Omega the Unknown'. The Marvel character he remained most associated with remained 'Spider-Man' however, drawing the character for coloring books, the children's series 'Spidey Super Stories' and a 'Spider-Man' feature in the children's magazine The Electric Company. After leaving DC in 1968, he returned to Stan Lee at Marvel as an inker on John Romita's 'Amazing Spider-Man' and John Buscema's 'The Mighty Thor'. He also pencilled stories for 'Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man' and 'Marvel Team-Up'. Text (c) Lambiek