Lou Paige worked as an artist for American comic books during the 1940s. He made mainly filler pages and cartoons with characters like 'Looney' and 'Otto Bragg and Skippy' for titles like 'Captain America Comics', 'All-Winners Comics', 'Comedy Comics' and 'Young Allies', that were all published by Timely. He also appeared in National's 'Superman' and Ace Periodicals' 'Four Favorites'. He had a syndicated newspaper feature called 'Li'l Peanut' in 1951.
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