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  1. Mike Sekowsky - Wikipedia

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    Michael Sekowsky (/ s ə ˈ k aʊ s k i /; November 19, 1923 – March 30, 1989) was an American comics artist known as the penciler for DC Comics' Justice League of America during most of the 1960s, and as the regular writer and artist on Wonder Woman during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

    • Biography

      Sekowsky was born in Lansford, Pennsylvania, and began...

    • Awards

      Sekowsky won a 1963 Alley Award for Favorite Novel and a...

  2. Talk:Mike Sekowsky - Wikipedia

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    Mike Sekowsky's departure from DC Comics. WRHBill@aol.com wrote: "I read somewhere, probably in the ALTER EGO issue spotlighting Mike Sekowsky and his career, that (supposedly) the JASON'S QUEST issues of SHOWCASE sold very well and the series would have gotten its own book if not for DC office politics...

  3. Category:Mike Sekowsky - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Mike Sekowsky" The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total.

  4. "So, What Kind of Guy WAS Mike Sekowsky?" — The Basement

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    Mike Sekowsky became an editor in 1968, taking over the titles that had been edited by Jack Miller. Mike had wanted to make the move into editorial for a while (maybe to have a little more control over his work), and the promotion of Carmine Infantino to art director, then to Editorial Director (later Publisher), cleared the way.

  5. MIKE SEKOWSKY | MIKE SEKOWSKY Wonder Woman 191 Original Arti ...

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    MIKE SEKOWSKY Wonder Woman 191 Original Artist: Mike Sekowsky Mike Sekowsky drew the first fifty Justice League of America stories in a fast-paced and beautifully taut manner. Even panels overcrowded with heroes and villains were well done. Excellent inking was provided by Murphy Anderson, Joe Giella, and Bernard Sachs. Sekowsky drew numerous Romance stories for DC. He also worked for Gold Key ...

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  6. Mike Sekowsky (Person) - Comic Vine

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    Sekowsky Joined DC in the early 1950s and quickly became known for his dynamic renditions of alien worlds and space-faring heroes such as Adam Strange, whom Sekowsky co-created with Gardner Fox.

  7. The New Mike Sekowsky: Appreciating His Radical Years, Part ...

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    Mike Sekowsky was born in November 1923, like many great cartoonists a Jew in New York City. He attended the School of Industrial Arts (now the High School of Art and Design), and after graduation found work for Stan Lee at Marvel, drawing such series as Apache Kid, Black Widow and Sub-Mariner.

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  8. B'wana Beast - Wikipedia

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    B'wana Beast (Michael Payson Maxwell) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The series is infamous for its portrayal of a Caucasian savior in Africa; the character's first name, "Bwana", is a Swahili word for leader or "master".

    • Michael Payson "Mike" Maxwell
    • As B'wana Beast:, Showcase #66 (January 1967), As Shining Man:, Animal Man #47 (May 1992)
  9. Despero - Wikipedia

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    Despero (/ ˈ d ɛ s p ər oʊ /) is a fictional supervillain that appears in comic books published by DC Comics.The character first appears in Justice League of America #1 (October 1960) and was created by Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky.

  10. Mike Sekowsky - Transformers Wiki - TFWiki.net

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    Michael "Mike" Sekowsky (November 19, 1923 - March 30, 1989) was an artist famous for drawing the Justice League of America in the 1960s. In 1986, he did model and background design on The Transformers: The Movie. External links. Mike Sekowsky at Wikipedia