Mystic, by Robert Q. Sale

Robert Sale got his education in fine arts at the Cooper Union High School. He began his comics career working for Lev Gleason, doing 'The Claw' and contributions to 'Crime Does Not Pay'. Through the Funnies Inc. studio between 1947 and 1949, he did crime features for D.S. Publishing and Hillman, 'Wonder Women of History' for National/DC and 'Candid Charlie' for Novelty. In the 1950s, he worked mainly for Marvel/Atlas on their war, mystery and horror titles. He spent the final years of his career doing commercial art.

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