(1921 - 1996)
Mike (Joseph Michael) Roy was active/lived in New York / Canada. Mike Roy is known for comic strip artist of "Nero Wolfe" and "Flash Gordon".
Biography Mike Roy
Mike Roy (1921–96) was a Canadian comic book and comic strip artist, working during the Golden Age of Comic Books and the Silver Age of Comic Books. He is best known for his stories about Native Americans.
Born in Quebec as Joseph Michel Roy, he immigrated to the United States where he studied at the School of Industrial Art and Pratt Institute. He used the name Mike Roy on his professional art from the 1940s on. He was a co-founder of a museum of Native American and Eskimo art.
Roy got his first job in comics in 1940, as an assistant to Sub-Mariner artist Bill Everett. He went on to work on many Golden Age comic books such as Captain America and Crime Does Not Pay. Roy also did work for a number of publishers, including Atla
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