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Amazing Mysteries #32-35 (May 1949 - Jan. 1950; continued from n.a.; one source lists Timely's Sub-Mariner Comics, which had an issue #32, and which numbering reportedly continued with Best Romance).

Amazing Mysteries #32Ed Moore (1918-2004) was a comic artist during the Golden Age of American Comics. He studied in the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts.

He was contributing to titles like Amazing Mystery Funnies and Funny Picture Stories by Centaur Comics as early as the mid 1930's, while he also did the newspaper features Bos'n Hall, Sea Scout for Bell Syndicate and Tom Chase for Globe Syndicate.

He worked for National Periodicals on features like Johnny Quick and Paul Kirk Manhunter, and drew for the Timely/Atlas crime titles in the 1950s (All-True Crime, Crime Must Lose!, Crime Cases Comics). He also worked for the crime titles by EC Comics (War Against Crime), Lev Gleason (Crime Does Not Pay), Holyoke Publishing and Hillman Periodicals. He drew for Eartern Color Printing's New Heroic Comics between 1948 and 1955.

Moore additionally worked as an assistant for newspaper artists like Dick Brooks (on The Jackson Twins, 1954-61), Norman Marsh (Dan Dunn, 1937-38), Jeff Keate (Rufus, 1950-51) and Leon Beroth (Don Winslow of the Navy).

He retired from comics in 1961.

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Dan Loprino was drawing for American comic books in the 1940s and 1950s. He drew Mr. Risk for Ace Comics and contributed to mystery and crime titles by Better Publications and Timely/Atlas, including Adventures into Darkness, Date with Danger, Crime Can't Win, Journey Into Unknown Worlds and Strange Tales. His art was also featured in titles by Hillman, D.S. Publishing and Lev Gleason. In the 1960s, he was an inker for Disney features at Dell Publishing.

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Mike Becker was an American artist who was active in the comics field from the mid-1940s to the late 1950s. He did numerous crime, horror, romance, sports, spy, war and western stories for Atlas/Marvel. He drew crime and detective comics at Avon. His other credits were for Better/Nedor ('Exciting War'), Hillman (adventure, crime, romance, war, and western comics), Youthful/Stamps ('Gunsmoke') and Ziff-Davis (science-fiction, 'Wildboy' and 'GI Joe').

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