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Frank Robbins

Franklin Robbins (September 9, 1917 – November 28, 1994) was a notable American comic book and strip artist and writer. He drew the newspaper strip Scorchy Smith and created the Johnny Hazard strip which he did for three decades.

Working with artists Neal Adams and Irv Novick, he would revitalized Batman with a series of noteworthy stories reestablishing Batman's dark, brooding nature. Man-Bat was co-created by Robbins and Neal Adams in Detective Comics #400. At Marvel Comics, he launched the Invaders series with writer Roy Thomas in 1975 and co-created the characters Union Jack, Spitfire, and the Kid Commandos. Other Marvel work included Captain America and Ghost Rider as well as the licensed character Human Fly.

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