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Gary Friedrich

Born: Aug 21, 1943

Birthplace: Jackson

Profession: Writer

Nationality: United States

Gary Friedrich

Date of Birth : Aug 21, 1943
Birth Place : Jackson

Gary Friedrich is an American comic book writer best known for his Silver Age stories for Marvel Comics' Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos, and, in the following era, for the series The Monster of Frankenstein and for co-creating the supernatural motorcyclist the Ghost Rider and the supernatural hero Son of Satan. Friedrich – no relation to fellow comics writer Mike Friedrich – was the first successful new writer brought into the burgeoning 1960s Marvel after fellow Missourian Roy Thomas. Succeeding Thomas on Sgt. Fury, Friedrich and the art team of Dick Ayers and John Severin produced a World War II series for the Vietnam years, combining militaristic camaraderie and gung ho humor with a regretful sense of war as a terrible last resort. The humanistic military drama was noted for its semi-anthological "The" stories, such as "The Medic" and "The Deserter". Friedrich went on to write a smattering of superhero stories for Marvel, Atlas/Seaboard Comics and Topps Comics, and eventually left the comics industry.

Profession


  • Writer
  • Cartoonist

Parents


  • Elsie Friedrich
  • Jerry Friedrich

Awards Won


  • Bill Finger Award
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