Mick Anglo

Mick Anglo

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Michael "Mick" Anglo (born Maurice Anglowitz, 1916)Holland, Steve, "Who's Who in British Comics", Comics World #43, Aceville Publications Ltd (Sept-Oct 1995) is a British comic book writer, editor and artist, as well as an author. He is best known for creating the superhero Marvelman, later known as Miracleman.


Born in Bow, London, Mick Anglo was educated at the Central Foundation School and John Cass Art School, both in London. On leaving school he freelanced in fashion and commercial art until 1939, and first drew cartoons for SEAC, the official army newspaper for South East Asia Command in 1942, then for newspapers in Singapore in 1945. After completing his National Service, he became an author for a small publishing company, Martin and Reid, producing westerns, romance books and crime thrillers with titles such as "Guns & Gamblers", "My Gun Speaks For Me"/"Muscles For Hire" (1951), and "Broadway Glamour", under the pen-name Johnny Dekker.a number of sources mistake Anglo's pen name "Johnny Dekker" as the character name for one of his fictional detective characters He also drew a small number of short humorous comic strips for the publisher John Matthew during 1946, and for two other companies,...
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