Hope Hazard, by Alex Lovy
Hope Hazard (Detective Comics #3, 1937)

Alex Lovy is an American artist and animator. In the 1930s and 1940s he was present at National/DC as the artist on features like 'Dale Daring', 'Hope Hazard', 'Lieutenant Leeds' and 'Slim and Tex'. Lovy is best known for his work as a director of animation series and films for companies like Warner Bros ('Cool Cat', 'Merlin the Magic Mouse', 'Daffy Duck'), Hanna-Barbera ('Atom Ant', 'Yogi's Treasre Hunt', 'Secret Squirrel'), Columbia ('Fox & Crow') and Walter Lantz ('Andy Panda', 'Woody Woodpecker') from the 1940s throughout the 1970s.

Last updated: 2008-03-14

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