Classic comic book artist Sheldon Moldoff passed away last Wednesday at 91. He was the last surviving artist to have worked on Action Comics #1, and drew the covers of Flash Comics #1 and All-American Comics #16, the first cover appearances of the Flash and Green Lantern. Moldoff drew the Golden-Age Hawkman for several years, and was Bob Kane’s main ghost artist on many of the Batman features credited to Kane.
Mark Evanier writes about Moldoff’s life and career.
Take a good look at that cover picture and keep it firmly engrained in your mind.
You are soon to see the (imho) hideous DCnU Jay Garrick. Chin Helmet Strap and all.
*gag me with a spoon. Wait…never mind about getting a spoon.*
Go to Newsrama or Scans Daily if you want to lose your dinner.
Sad news indeed. God bless Sheldon.