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Beginning with his WPA etchings during the 1930s- Mac Raboy struggled to survive the Great Depression and eventually found his way into the comic book sweatshops of America. In that world of four-color panels- he perfected his art style on such creations as Dr. Voodoo- Zoro- The Mystery Man- Bulletman- Spy Smasher- Green Lama and his crowning achievement- Captain Marvel Jr. Raboy went on to illustrate the Flash Gordon Sunday newspaper strip- and left behind a legacy of meticulous perfection. Through extensive research and interviews with son David Raboy- and assistants who worked with the artist during the Golden Age of Comics- author Roger Hill brings Mac Raboy- the man and the artist- into focus for historians to savor and enjoy. This full-color hardcover includes never-before-seen photos- a wealth of rare and unpublished artwork- and the first definitive biography of a true Master of the Comics!

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