Sunday, December 6, 2009

Mysterious Ed Carey

Ed Carey was one of the masters of early American comic strip art, once seen his grotesque faces and anatomy are hard to forget. His most well-known strip was “Simon Simple,” from the New York World, which had been previously illustrated by A. D. Reed. Other strips included “Brainy Bowers,” “The Troubles of Dictionary Jacques,” and “Professor Hypnotiser.” Carey was born in 1870 and died in White Plains, N. Y. on October 11, 1928.

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