Masked Man (2)

By: HILOBROW
February 5, 2014

Second in a series of fifteen posts dedicated to evocative images of masked men from John Hilgart’s cornucopia of comics details 4CP.

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“The Lone Ranger” written by Fran Striker — King Comics #58 (February 1941)

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MORE HILOBROW/4CP SERIES: BLOW UP YOUR COMICS — John Hilgart glosses 30 favorite 4CP images | The HERMENAUTIC TAROT: 54 Writers, on 54 4CP Tarot Cards | The Art of 4CP | SUBSUPERMEN — Golden Age heroes who didn’t make the grade | MASKED MAN | LIMERICKANIA | MEET THE L.I.S. — Implicit superheroes, concealed within comic-book mastheads | 4CP FRIDAY — themed comic-book detail galleries, curated by 4CP fans

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What do you think?

  1. Whatever Striker did, drawing the strip wasn’t it. Striker was the creator of the Lone Ranger and the Green Hornet. Striker maaay have written the strip for all I know. But draw it? No.

  2. Thanks Manqueman — the way I’d worded the caption it wasn’t clear. Fixed! Much appreciated.

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