Jan 28, 2018
The Gay Artist for the Catholic Schoolboy Comic Book
But there were lots of humor and adventure stories, too -- sports, jungle adventures, pirates -- which made for some odd juxtapositions:
"Get to Know the Sacraments" oddly juxtaposed with "El Vaquero the Cowpunching Bear."
The history of the Canadian Mounted Police juxtaposed with "But Aunt Eileen, does modern life help to destroy true values?"
How'd you like to read that over your Corn Flakes in the morning?
Next was a humorous story about ice hockey.
Why invisible? So you can perv on his pecs, duh!
He also drew E.C. Horror, the Flash Gordon comic strip, and a series of illustrations for Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan books.
"Confirmed bachelor," right.
I imagine that George A. Pflaum, the publisher of the Treasure Chest, never realized that one of his chief contributors was a gay man.