Dan Gordon was mainly active as an animator, but he has also done comic book art in the 1940s. He worked on many features for ACG titles, including 'Angelpuss', 'Blunderbunny', 'Bungle of the Jungle', 'Jitterbuck', 'Hep', 'Snooper', 'Superkatt' and 'Cookie' up until 1953. He was also present in Rural Home publications (1945) and titles like Real Life Comics and Goofy Comics for Better Publications. He continued to do cartoon and funny animal work for Wester in the 1960s.
Cookie - Mr. Frobisher's Turbo Jalopy (Cookie #8, August/September 1947)
Gordon's animation work includes jobs at Fleischer, MGM, Terrytoons and Van Beuren in the 1930s and early 1940s. In the 1950s and 1960s, he worked for Hanna-Barbera, where he did the storyboards on the first 'Flinstones' episodes, among others.