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Don Heck

 (1929 - 1995)
Don Heck was active/lived in New York.  Don Heck is known for comic strip.

Biography  
Don Heck


The following was written and submitted by Nick Caputo, January 2004.


Don Heck was born on January 2nd, 1929 in Jamaica, New York. In 1949 Heck got his first job in comics at Harvey Comics, doing production work on reprints of strips such as Milton Caniff's "Terry and the Pirates", of which his art was greatly influenced. He then moved on to Hillman, Quality and Toby press, drawing various features. Heck continued to improve with his work for Comic Media, notably the simple, attractive graphics he employed on the covers of "Weird Terror" and "Horrific", as well as strong work on crime and western features.

In 1954 Don Heck began a long association with Marvel (then Atlas) Comics, under editor Stan Lee. Heck worked in ever  ...  Displaying 750 of 4733 characters.



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About  Don Heck

Born:  1929 - Jamaica, New York
Died:   1995
Known for:  comic strip