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Bob Brown began his comic career after World War II. He joined Timely Comics in the late 1940's as Assistant Editor to Stan Lee. Brown later worked with Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's Black Magic. Bob Brown also drew for Detective Comics in the 1950's. During the 1970's, Brown worked for both Marvel Comics and D.C. After a long battle with Leukemia, Brown died in 1977.
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- Bob Brown should not be confused with the more contemporary artist who also lists his name as Bob Brown. To avoid confusion, this current artist has been credited and chroniciled as Robert Brown.
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