Charles Biro (May 12, 1911 – March 4, 1972) was an American comic book creator and cartoonist . He is today chiefly known for creating the comic book characters Airboy and Steel Sterling , and for his 16-year run on the acclaimed 1940s series Daredevil Comics for Lev Gleason Publications .

After graduating from Stuyvesant High School , Charles Biro studied art at the Brooklyn Museum School of Art and the Grand Central School of Art , and joined the Harry "A" Chesler Shop c. 1936. [1] Working in the multiple roles of writer, artist and later supervisor at one of the earliest comics packaging art studios, Biro moved from the Chesler Shop in 1939 to take up similar roles at MLJ Comics . [1]

Biro worked as artistic supervisor (as well as writer and artist) for MLJ until 1941, writing and drawing such characters as Steel Sterling (a character he created) [2] and Sgt. Boyle, before moving to Lev Gleason Publications , for whom he would work for the next 15 years. [1]

Charles Biro (May 12, 1911 – March 4, 1972) was an American comic book creator and cartoonist . He is today chiefly known for creating the comic book characters Airboy and Steel Sterling , and for his 16-year run on the acclaimed 1940s series Daredevil Comics for Lev Gleason Publications .

After graduating from Stuyvesant High School , Charles Biro studied art at the Brooklyn Museum School of Art and the Grand Central School of Art , and joined the Harry "A" Chesler Shop c. 1936. [1] Working in the multiple roles of writer, artist and later supervisor at one of the earliest comics packaging art studios, Biro moved from the Chesler Shop in 1939 to take up similar roles at MLJ Comics . [1]

Biro worked as artistic supervisor (as well as writer and artist) for MLJ until 1941, writing and drawing such characters as Steel Sterling (a character he created) [2] and Sgt. Boyle, before moving to Lev Gleason Publications , for whom he would work for the next 15 years. [1]

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Charles Biro (May 12, 1911 – March 4, 1972) was an American comic book creator and cartoonist . He is today chiefly known for creating the comic book characters Airboy and Steel Sterling , and for his 16-year run on the acclaimed 1940s series Daredevil Comics for Lev Gleason Publications .

After graduating from Stuyvesant High School , Charles Biro studied art at the Brooklyn Museum School of Art and the Grand Central School of Art , and joined the Harry "A" Chesler Shop c. 1936. [1] Working in the multiple roles of writer, artist and later supervisor at one of the earliest comics packaging art studios, Biro moved from the Chesler Shop in 1939 to take up similar roles at MLJ Comics . [1]

Biro worked as artistic supervisor (as well as writer and artist) for MLJ until 1941, writing and drawing such characters as Steel Sterling (a character he created) [2] and Sgt. Boyle, before moving to Lev Gleason Publications , for whom he would work for the next 15 years. [1]

If you want to help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal.

Charles Biro (May 12, 1911 – March 4, 1972) was an American comic book creator and cartoonist . He is today chiefly known for creating the comic book characters Airboy and Steel Sterling, and for his 16-year run on the acclaimed 1940s series Daredevil Comics for Lev Gleason Publications .

Charles Biro studied art at both the Brooklyn Museum School of Art and the Grand Central School of Art , and joined the Harry "A" Chesler Shop c. 1936. [ 1 ] Working in the multiple roles of writer, artist and later Supervisor at what was one of the earliest comics packaging art studios, Biro moved on from the Chesler Shop in 1939 to take up similar roles at MLJ Comics . [ 1 ]

Biro worked as artistic supervisor (as well as writer and artist) for MLJ until 1941, writing and drawing such characters as Steel Sterling (a character he created) [ 2 ] and Sgt. Boyle, before moving to Lev Gleason Publications , for whom he would work for the next 15 years. [ 1 ]

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