Beginning with his WPA etchings during the 1930s, Mac Raboy struggled to survive the Great Depression and eventually found
his way into the comic book sweatshops of America. In that world of four-color panels, he perfected his art style on such
creations as Dr. Voodoo, Zoro, The Mystery Man, Bulletman, Spy Smasher, Green Lama and his crowning achievement, Captain Marvel
Jr. Raboy went on to illustrate the Flash Gordon Sunday newspaper strip, and left behind a legacy of meticulous perfection.
Through extensive research and interviews with son David Raboy, and assistants who worked with the artist during the Golden
Age of Comics, author Roger Hill brings Mac Raboy, the man and the artist, into focus for historians to
and enjoy. This full-color hardcover includes never-before-seen photos, a wealth of rare and unpublished artwork, and the
first definitive biography of a true Master of the Comics!