Pauline Loth was one of the few female comic book artists in the 1940s. Between 1939 and 1942 she had been a voice actor for 'Mr Bug Goes to Town' and worked as an assistant animator at Fleischer. Initially working through Jack Binder's studio, she illustrated 'Superbaby' in Timely's Terry-Toons. She became the artist of 'Miss America' when the character got its own title in 1944. She also inked 'Blackstone' for Street & Smith and 'Captain Marvel' and 'Captain Midnight' for Fawcett. Later, she was present at Better Publications with western art.
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