G. I. Joe by Marshall Rogers
G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #79

Marshall Rogers was the artist of several superhero comics. He was born in Flushing, NY in 1950, and began his career in comics in the late 1970s. He had his first success with DC's 'Batman' (scripts Steve Englehart, around 1978) and Marvel's 'Doctor Strange' (scripts by Roger Stern, 1981 to 1984).

Wolverine, by Marshall Rogers

Afterwards, he worked on the 'Silver Surfer' and other Marvel characters, like 'Wolverine'. He left the comics field in the early 1990s. He returned to comics in 1996, with several stories published in DC's 'Big Book of Little Criminals', 'Big Book of Thugs' and 'Mister Miracle'. He reportedly died from a heart attack in March 2007.

Detectives inc. a remembrance of threatening green, by Marshall Rogers
Detectives inc. a remembrance of threatening green

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