(1909 - 2001)
Nat Edson was active/lived in California. Nat Edson is known for comics-adventure, nude figure, portrait.
A comic book artist, Nat Edson also painted in his spare time. He was a ghost illustrator for Lyman Young on "Tim Tyler's Luck" strip in the 1930s and 1940s and also created "Curly Harper" comic strip. Most of his work remained anonymous, and he seldom got credit, but "His is the style most closely associated with the heyday of "Tim Tyler's Luck." (115) This included Tyler's African and Coastal Patrol adventures with his crony, Spud.
During World War II, Edson drew the "Espionage" feature in Smash comics and later returned to comic books including "Picture News", the only work to which he put his signature.
In 1950, he moved back to California and drew for Western-Dell comic books including "Roy Rogers", "Gene Autry", and "Tex ... Displaying 750 of 2349 characters.