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Lin R. Streeter

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Phone: (612) ***-****  HQ Phone
Archie Publications
1235 Yale Place #403
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55403
United States

Company Description: Purchase Ronald G. Perrier workbooks and cirriculum for theatre and film and more.
Background

Employment History

  • Marvel Comics Group
  • Artist
Web References
If that's true, just imagine the ...
www.oddballcomics.com, 22 June 2009 [cached]
If that's true, just imagine the exciting lives of writer/editor Richard E. Hughes and talented Golden Age cartoonist Lin Streeter, the men behind ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN's "Tale Of Terror", a decidedly ODDBALLhorror story about a comic book script written by Satan himself andoriginal comic book artwork that's inhabited by demons straight fromHell! (No, we're not referring to Tim Vigil's FAUST!) Believe us, if you dig stories set in the funnybook industry, "Tale Of Terror" may just be the very ODDEST in the entire genre!
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If that's true, just imagine the exciting lives of writer/editor Richard E. Hughes and talented Golden Age cartoonist Lin Streeter, the men behind ADVENTURESINTOTHEUNKNOWN's "Tale Of Terror", a decidedly ODDBALL horror story about a comic book script written by Satan himself and original comic book artwork that's inhabited by demons straight from Hell! (No, we're not referring to Tim Vigil's FAUST!) Believe us, if you dig stories set in the funnybook industry, "Tale Of Terror" may just be the very ODDEST in the entire genre!
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Cartoonist Lin R. Streeter began his career in the comic book industry in 1939, when he worked at Harry "A" Chesler's studio "shop", penciling and inking a number of features. The next year, he started drawing comic books for Archie Publications over the three years that followed ("Captain Flag", "The Comet", "Danny In Wonderland", "Fu Chang", "Gallahad", "Kalthar", "Mr. Satan", "Rocket And The Queen Of Diamonds", "The St. Louis Kid", "Stacey Knight, M.D.", WILBUR and "Zamboni, The Miracle Man".
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During and after working on staff at the Sangor Studio in the mid-40s , Streeter freelanced for Better Publications ("Commando Cubs", "Grim Reaper", "Jimmy Cole", "Miss Masque" and "Phantom Detective"). In the late 40s and early 50s, he worked for Marvel Comics (BLONDE PHANTOM, "Mitzi", "Oscar", PATSY WALKER, SUB-MARINER, SUN GIRL and various adventure and romance stories) and Ace Periodicals ("Ernie", "Hazel Of Hollywood", "Stella The Starlet" and various crime and romance stories). From 1950 through 1954, Streeter drew many stories for the American Comics' Group, appearing in the titles ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN, FORBIDDEN WORLDS, LOVELORN, OPERATION: PERIL, OUT OF THE NIGHT, ROMANTIC ADVENTURES and SKELETON HAND.
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Lin Streeter also worked on two syndicated newspaper comic strips: GRIPES AND GRINS (1945) and SERGEANT STONY CRAIG (1946, Bell Syndicate).
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This issue's six-page cover-story is "Tale of Terror", written and edited by Richard E. Hughes and drawn by Lin Streeter.
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ODDBALL FACTOID - During World War II, "Tale of Terror" artist Lin Streeter worked with acclaimed American short story author John Cheever -- sometimes known as "the Chekhov of the suburbs" -- who remembered the Golden Age cartoonist as being "a very nice guy"!
Web design - Luminous Robots
www.luminousrobots.com, 5 Oct 2014 [cached]
Image credit for illustration at top: Glamorous Romances #51, page 2, April 1951, artist (pencils) Lin Streeter
If that's true, just imagine the ...
www.oddballcomics.com, 22 June 2009 [cached]
If that's true, just imagine the exciting lives of writer/editor Richard E. Hughes and talented Golden Age cartoonist Lin Streeter, the men behind ADVENTURESINTOTHEUNKNOWN's "Tale Of Terror", a decidedly ODDBALL horror story about a comic book script written by Satan himself and original comic book artwork that's inhabited by demons straight from Hell! (No, we're not referring to Tim Vigil's FAUST!) Believe us, if you dig stories set in the funnybook industry, "Tale Of Terror" may just be the very ODDEST in the entire genre!
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Cartoonist Lin R. Streeter began his career in the comic book industry in 1939, when he worked at Harry "A" Chesler's studio "shop", penciling and inking a number of features. The next year, he started drawing comic books for Archie Publications over the three years that followed ("Captain Flag", "The Comet", "Danny In Wonderland", "Fu Chang", "Gallahad", "Kalthar", "Mr. Satan", "Rocket And The Queen Of Diamonds", "The St. Louis Kid", "Stacey Knight, M.D.", WILBUR and "Zamboni, The Miracle Man".
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During and after working on staff at the Sangor Studio in the mid-40s , Streeter freelanced for Better Publications ("Commando Cubs", "Grim Reaper", "Jimmy Cole", "Miss Masque" and "Phantom Detective"). In the late 40s and early 50s, he worked for Marvel Comics (BLONDE PHANTOM, "Mitzi", "Oscar", PATSY WALKER, SUB-MARINER, SUN GIRL and various adventure and romance stories) and Ace Periodicals ("Ernie", "Hazel Of Hollywood", "Stella The Starlet" and various crime and romance stories). From 1950 through 1954, Streeter drew many stories for the American Comics' Group, appearing in the titles ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN, FORBIDDEN WORLDS, LOVELORN, OPERATION: PERIL, OUT OF THE NIGHT, ROMANTIC ADVENTURES and SKELETON HAND.
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Lin Streeter also worked on two syndicated newspaper comic strips: GRIPES AND GRINS (1945) and SERGEANT STONY CRAIG (1946, Bell Syndicate).
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This issue's six-page cover-story is "Tale of Terror", written and edited by Richard E. Hughes and drawn by Lin Streeter.
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ODDBALL FACTOID - During World War II, "Tale of Terror" artist Lin Streeter worked with acclaimed American short story author John Cheever -- sometimes known as "the Chekhov of the suburbs" -- who remembered the Golden Age cartoonist as being "a very nice guy"!
Oddball Comics - The CRAZIEST Comics Ever Published!
www.oddballcomics.com, 31 Aug 2009 [cached]
If that's true, just imagine the exciting lives of writer/editor Richard E. Hughes and talented Golden Age cartoonist Lin Streeter, the men behind ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN's "Tale Of Terror", a decidedly ODDBALLhorror story about a comic book script written by Satan himself andoriginal comic book artwork that's inhabited by demons straight fromHell! (No, we're not referring to Tim Vigil's FAUST!) Believe us, if you dig stories set in the funnybook industry, "Tale Of Terror" may just be the very ODDEST in the entire genre!
Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Captain Flag
www.toonopedia.com, 12 Feb 2006 [cached]
Creators: Joe Blair (writer) and Lin Streeter (artist)
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It was drawn by Lin Streeter, also a regular there, who worked on less well-known features such as "Danny in Wonderland" and "Rocket & the Queen of Diamonds" for MLJ and another flag wearer, Pat Patriot, for Lev Gleason.
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During the 1950s, Streeter drew a lot of horror stories for The American Comics Group.
Captain Flag's evil-bashing career lasted all of seven issues, as Blue Ribbon Comics folded with #22 (March, 1942). He wasn't seen again until 1966, when Archie Comics (the company had re-named itself after its most popular character a couple of years after Blue Ribbon's demise) brought back the majority of its old costumed crime fighters for a walk-on with The Mighty Crusaders. Cap got more prominent treatment than most, as he allied himself with The Web and The Fox to form a competing super-group called The Ultra-Men.
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