Canada Jack, by George M. Rae

George Menendez Rae was born in New York City, but lived most of his life in Canada. He was a freelance illustrator and designer during the 1940s and 1950s. He drew for various publications, such as comic books and pulp magazines. In 1943 he created the superhero 'Canada Jack', who made his debut in Educational Projects's Canadian Heroes. Rae became one of the most popular artists of the time, but he cancelled his comics activities when Educational Projects folded. In his later career, Rae worked as a painter and became president of the Arts Blub of Montreal. 

Canada Jack, by George M. Rae

Canada Jack

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