Comic Creator

Peter Jackson

Peter Charles Geoffrey Jackson

(b. 1922, UK)  United Kingdom

Peter  Jackson

Mark Fury, by Peter Jackson 1956

Peter Jackson is a master of historical illustration. He drew numerous London Scrapbooks for the Evening News from the 1940s. Born in Brighton and trained at the Willesden School of Art in London, Jackson's first published work was an illustration for True Story in 1945.

From the Evening News, by Peter Jackson 1949

He drew a couple of comics in the late 1940s, like the adventure classics 'Ivanhoe' (for Thriller Comics Library) and 'Treasure Island'. He has also published in Express Weekly, Swift, Mickey Mouse Weekly and Eagle.

Treasure island, by Peter Jackson

Treasure island, by Peter Jackson

Last updated: 2006-12-19

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