Gary Poole

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Gary T. Poole
Biographical information
Born: October 6, 1931
Nationality: Mini usa.gif American
Occupation: Writer
Website: n/a

Gary T. Poole got his start in comedy writing and illustrating a comic strip in "The Indian Post", his school newspaper at Gaffney Senior High. At WFGN-AM, his local radio station, he also had a 15 minutes three days a week show called "The Gary Poole Show".

He moved to New York City to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Before he got involved with writing for comics he appeared in many commercials, plays and television productions.

At Gold Key Comics Poole wrote for "everything they published", and in 1966 (or 1967) he wrote several stories Mandrake stories for [King Comics]]. About 1967 be became editor-in-chief at Western Publishing.

Poole is also an artist and has illustrated several of his books.

Mandrake the Magician by Gary T. Poole

"The Frame-Up"
"Cape Cod Caper"
"The Fear Mongers"
"Incredible Space Menace"
"Jungle Drums"
"Return of King Lothar"
"The Haunting of Hawk Inn"
"Midnight with Mandrake"
"Arsonist and Old Rags"
"Man on the Bridge"