Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Fletcher Hanks, The Golden Age of Comics


Fletcher Hanks, who also used the pen names 'Henry Fletcher', 'Hank Christy' and 'Barclay Flagg', worked for only a few years during the Golden Age of Comics (1939-1941), but then mysteriously vanished. Highly acclaimed by the likes of Robert Crumb and Kurt Vonnegut, Hanks leaves behind an extensive collection of work that has continued to inspire and influence writers ever since.