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Wayne Boring (American, 1905-1987)

Comic Book Art

Wayne Boring was born on June 5, 1905, in Minnesota. He studied art at the Chicago Art institute and Minnesota School of Art, becoming a comic artist for National Publications in 1937 where he ghosted Slam Bradley, Spy and Dr.Occult.

Boring began working in the Joe Shuster studio in 1938 and over the course of the next 30 years he became one of the most recognizable artists to draw the character. He also illustrated the Sunday and daily Superman comic strips from the middle 1940's to the 1960's.

After 1968 until 1972 he ghosted backgrounds for Hal Foster's epic Prince Valiant Sunday page as well as Sam Leff's Davy Jones comic strip.

Wayne Boring's Superman is one of the most enduring characters in the comics' hobby. Boring's stylized artwork and fine line work, along with his ability to handle science fiction has made him one of the most popular artists of his time, and among the most remembered in comics history

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