Thru the Door by Ben Brown and Gantz
Thru the Door (Journey Into Mystery #2, August 1952)

Comic book artist Ben Brown contributed to many American comic books of the 1950s, often in cooperation with fellow artist Dave Gantz. They worked on the horror and love titles published by Atlas and Toby Press, including 'Great Lover Romances', 'John Wayne', 'The Purple Claw', 'Adventures into Weird Worlds' and 'Justice Comics'.

Brown and Gantz did creator-owned features like 'Beanbags' and 'Private Bragg' for Ziff-Davis. Brown's Quality credits include funny animal material like 'Buster Bear', 'Buzzy Rabbit' and 'Marmaduke Mouse'. He was also present at Stanmor with 'Hector' and 'Peter Cottontail' and at Lev Gleason with contributions to 'Black Diamond', 'Crime Does Not Pay', 'Dilly Duncan' and 'Iron Jaw'.

The Purple Claw by Ben Brown
The Purple Claw #1 (January 1953)

Last updated: 2009-09-18

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