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Frank Borth

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Frank M. Borth III (April 1, 1918 – August 9, 2009) was an American comic book artist. Biography Borth was born and raised in Cleveland, eventually graduating in 1940 from the Cleveland School of Art, where he majored in illustration. Moving to New York City, Frank Borth rose to prominence during the so-called "Golden Age of Comic Books", where he first (in 1941) worked on the feature "Pat Patriot, America's Joan of Arc," for Lev Gleason Publications' Daredevil Comics. After freelance jobs with Timely Comics, Harvey Comics, and Picture Scoop, Borth found a home at Quality Comics, where he was responsible for characters such as Spider Widow and (for a time) Phantom Lady. Borth served in the military during World War II, ending up in 1946 on Montauk Point, Long Island. It was there that he was inspired to create the sea adventure comic strip Ken Stuart, which was syndicated by the Fran
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