Superman, by Sam Citron

Sam Citron was a movie editor, before he turned to comic book art. He was one of the artists drawing 'Superman', starting in issue 34 of 23 July 1943. Citron additionally drew the 'Lois Lane' feature in 1945-46 and left 'Superman' in 1946. He went on to draw 'Big Town' and other crime comics for National/DC. Citron furthermore did 'V-Agents' for Fox Comics and 'Lash Larue' for Fawcett. Citron was mainly illustrating for romance titles issued by Timely/Atlas, Quality, St. John and Ziff-Davis throughout the 1950s. He illustrated Daniel Defoe's 'Robinson Crusoe' for the legendary Classics Illustrated series by Gilberton Publishing. In the 1960s, he contributed to Warren's horror magazines Eerie and Creepy, as well as Western Publishing's 'The Twilight Zone' and 'Believe it or Not'.

Robinson Crusoe, by Sam Citron

Last updated: 2011-01-14

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