Sheldon Moldoff United States
- 14 April 1920 in United States
- 29 February 2012 in United States
- 91 years
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Sheldon Moldoff was the first creator of horror stories for EC Comics.
Additional biographical information found in:
Amazing Heroes (Fantagraphics, 1981 Series) #130 (December 1987) and an interview in Fanboy! Journal of Comic Fandom (Jam Comics Group, 1993 series) #2 (1994).
Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder daily (Ledger Syndicate, 1966 series) 1966-05-29 - 1966-08-14;
Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder Sunday (Ledger Syndicate, 1966 series) 1966-05-30 - 1966-08-06.
Moldoff worked with Mort Meskin on the The Little Woman comic page for True Story Magazine (Macfadden Publications, 1919 series), from about 1950 to about 1952.
He also did writing, pencils, and inks for sports and gag cartoons during an unknown period of time.
Moldoff did pencil and ink work for advertising comics for companies included: Burger King; Continental Cablevision; Dairy Queen; General Nutrition Co.; Los Angeles Dodgers; Traveler's Insurance; Oakland Athletics; Quincy Steak House; and Seaescape. (Biography from GCD.)
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