Daniel in the Lion's Den (Bible Tales for Young Folk #5, March 1954)
Harry Anderson attended the Grand Central School of Art. In 1939 he did a newspaper comic called 'Robin Hood and Company' for the Toronto Telegram. He then moved over to comic book art, working through studios like Binder, Chesler and Funnies Inc. He illustrated Ace Periodicals features like 'Dr. Nemesis', 'The Flag', 'Sky Smith' and 'Typhoon Tyson', as well as 'Sniffles and Mary Jane' for Dell, 'Black Owl' for Feature Comics and many crime and western features for Hillman Periodicals.
He was an artist on Fawcett's 'Bulletman', 'Captain Midnight', 'Lance O'Casey' and 'Nyoka', among others. In the first half of the 1950s, he worked on many mystery, romance and action titles for Atlas, Orbit and Quality. He also illustrated Quality's 'T-Man'. He then retired from comics. Anderson has also illustrated political brochures and pulps, as well as promotional comics like 'Adventures into the Past' for General Electric and 'March to Market' for Swift.