The adventures of two T.V. journalists – in the 80s – whose jobs lead them to come up against major and minor dramas.
To give an idea of the style, their stories resemble the T. V. series Hill Street Blues and N.Y. Police Dept. Besides the story, the human side of the main characters and their interpersonal relationships are developed.
Leonard Starr (28 October 1925 – 30 June 2015, USA) is an American comic book artist, whose credits vary from Golden Age comic books and advertisements to soap opera newspaper comics and stories for European comic magazines. Born in New York City, Starr got his art education from Manhattan’s High School of Music and Art and the Pratt Institute. While still attending Pratt, he did his first comic book artwork through the Chesler shop and Funnies Inc. in 1942. He collaborated on ‘The Sub-Mariner’ and ‘Human Torch’ for Timely and on ‘Don Winslow of the Navy’ for Fawcett Comics. He also worked for a variety of other publishers, including Better Publications, Consolidated Book, Croyden Publications, E. R. Ross Publishing, Hillman Periodicals and Crestwood.
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