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George Papp

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George Edward Papp (January 20, 1916 – August 8, 1989) was an American comics artist best known as one of the principal artists on the long-running Superboy feature for DC Comics. Papp also co-created the Green Arrow character with Mort Weisinger and co-created Congo Bill with writer Whitney Ellsworth. Career George Papp began his comic book career with the occasional feature and cartoon in early issues of the Superman line of comics. "Pep Morgan" and "Clip Carson" were the first features he worked on for Action Comics. Papp's comics work was primarily for DC Comics but he briefly worked for Columbia Comics and Harvey Comics as well. He and writer Whitney Ellsworth created Congo Bill in More Fun Comics #56 (June 1940). Papp and Mort Weisinger co-created Green Arrow in More Fun Comics #73 (Nov. 1941). World War II interrupted Papp's comics career and he joined the U.S. Army. In 1946, Papp returned to DC Comics and drew the "Green Arrow" feature in both Ad
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