The Man Who Never Slowed Down
This chapter provides a biographical account of the life and work of pioneering cartoonist Gene Day, one of the earliest Canadian cartoonists to bridge the mainstream/alternative gap. The chapter documents Day’s early work for alternative and ground-level publishers and his subsequent transition into work for Marvel Comics, in the 1970s the preeminent mainstream comics publisher.
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