George Klein United States

Biography

George Klein was an American comic book artist, cartoonist, and fine artist whose career stretched from the 1930s and 1940s' Golden Age of comic books. He was best known as an inker for DC Comics, where he was an integral part of the Superman family of titles from 1955 to 1968, and for Marvel Comics, where he was the generally recognized, uncredited inker on Jack Kirby's pencil art for the landmark comic book The Fantastic Four #1. (Biography from GCD.)

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Love Experiences (Transport, 1950? series) #19 (1952)
Tears in the Night
Comic: Comic story
Love Story (AGP, 1952? series) #3 (1952)
The Romance That Couldn't Be
Comic: Comic story
Crime-Busters (Transport, 1953? series) #3 (September 1953)
Greed!
Comic: Comic story
Superboy (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #78 (August 1955)
Superboy's Robot Twin! (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story
Superboy (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #82 (December 1955)
The Super-Hobby of Superboy (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story
Superboy (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #84 (February 1956)
The Wizard City (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story
Superboy (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #86 (April 1956)
Public Chimp Number One (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story
Century the 100 Page Comic Monthly (Colour Comics, 1956 series) #1 (June 1956)
The Great Kryptonite Hunt (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story
Century the 100 Page Comic Monthly (Colour Comics, 1956 series) #1 (June 1956)
Superboy, Stowaway (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story
Super Adventure Comic (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #78 (December 1956)
The Boy of Clay (Superboy, the Adventures of Superman when he was a Boy)
Comic: Comic story

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Created

  • 22 Apr 2018

Last updated

  • 3 Sep 2019