Arizona Kid, by Maurice Bramley

The New Zealand-born Maurice Bramley had a career as a commercial artist and magazine illustrator before he went to work for Australian comic books between the late 1950s and mid-1960s. From the 1930s until the mid-1950s, Bramley drew covers and illustrations for Sun Newspapers (later Associated Newspapers) magazines such as The World's News and Woman and Woman's Budget. He then illustrated a great many comic book covers and short filler stories for the comic book line of Horwitz Publications. These were mostly US reprints, containing western and war titles, as well as Marvel superhero comics. He also succeeded John Dixon on 'The Phantom Commando'.

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