Henri Arnold began his career as editorial and sports cartoonist for the Bridgeport Sunday Herald. During World War II, was editor of The Com-ment, the magazine of the Army Airways Communications System. He created comics like 'This Man's Army'. He then became a free lance artist in New York City, working on comic books and teenage romance novels. He eventually joined the Tribune syndicate, where he became the main cartoonist of 'Jumble - That Scrambled Word Game', creating daily and Sunday puzzles in hundreds of newspapers. He also created the six-a-week comic panel 'Meet Mr. Luckey' for the New York Daily News.
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