Don Heck

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Don Heck
Don Heck.png
Biographical information
Born: January 2, 1929
Died: February 23, 1995
Nationality: Mini usa.gif American
Occupation: Artists
Website: N/A

The first Don Heck’s works were done for Harvey Comics in 1949. He joined Charlton Comics in 1954. During his 40-year career, he has worked for publishers "DC", "Dell", "Gold Key" and remains known as the co-creator of Marvel Comics characters such as "Iron Man", "Hawkeye", and "Black Widow". He was also as “ghost” artist on "The Phantom newspaper strip.

He did the pencil work for 3 stories of Mandrake in the King Comics series, and inked one. It seems that he also drew the cover of the issue #1 of the series.

He is known to have assisted Sy Barry and Joe Giella on the "The Phantom" newspaper strip.

Don Heck’s works for Mandrake the Magician

Title Note
"Menace of the City Jungle" ink by André LeBlanc
"Midnight with Mandrake" ink by André LeBlanc
"Midnight with Mandrake; The Laughing Clown Caper"

Covers (pencil)

Book about Don Heck