Ezra, by Harry Sahle

Harry F. Sahle drew gag cartoons for Boy's Life in the late 1930s. During the 1940s he was a comic book artist for the Chesler Studio and Funnies Inc. He did several features for Archie Publications, such as 'Applejack', 'Archie', 'The Black Hood', 'Red Rube' and 'Steel Sterling'. He did back-ups for Hillman (in Air Fighters and Airboy), fillers for Centaur and Ziff-Davis, and a couple of features for Marvel, including 'Black Widow', 'Human Torch', 'Blonde Phantom' and 'Silver Scorpion'.

Marvel Mystery Comics by Harry Sahle
Marvel Mystery Comics #41 (March 1943)

For Quality, he did the features 'Candy' and 'Ezra' from the mid-1940s until his death in the mid-1950s. Sahle was also the creator of the 'Candy' newspaper strip for the Chicago Times (1944-45). This strip was later continued by Tom Dorr.

Ezra, by Harry Sahle

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