Monday, August 17, 2009


Milt Gross was pretty much everywhere in the 20s, 30s, and 40s, and he was one of the first people to introduce Yiddish dialect into the mainstream. He also did a lot of fillers for American Comics Group in the 1940s as well as his own series for them. This is one of the few work-for-hire jobs that I know of. He usually would do "Count Screwloose" or "That's My Pop!" or something else he created long before working for them. ACG also had a lot of "dizzy dames" back-ups in many of their teen and humor titles and he seems to have done a few with characters they created, like this one from THE KILROYS #10

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