VERNON HENKEL

1917 -

Writing as: Vernon Henkel


According to ComicVine: "Vernon Henkel (known at times as "Vern") began his comic book career in the 1930's in the days before Superheroes became the quintessence of comic book content. Working early on for Quality Comics, he wrote and drew strips such as Abdul The Arab, Comet Kelly, Chic Carter, and Gallant Knight, among others, featuring historical characters or tough guys working as detectives or reporters or the like, working in a style appearing to be heavily influenced by Quality Comics style-setter Will Eisner."



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Don Q [creator]
 
Wings Wendall [creator]