Jon Blummer was a Golden Age artist for National/DC. His most famous creation is the 'Hop Harrigan' war comic, that began in 1939. The feature first appeared in All-American Comics issue 1, and later became a long-running radio serial. In 1941, he graphically created 'Fighting Yank' in Nedor's Startling. This series was later drawn by Jack Binder, Alex Schomburg, Jerry Robinson and Mort Meskin.
The Sea Hound (11/1/1945)
For DC, he also created 'Ultra-Man', 'Captain X of the RAF' and 'Little Boy Blue'. In 1944 and 1945 he worked with Fran Striker on the syndicated 'The Sea Hound' and 'Lone Ranger' features. Up until the mid 1950s, he contributed to the ACG titles 'Adventures into the Unknown' and 'Forbidden Worlds'.
Captain X of the RAF