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2015-02-22 22:39:16 mikebo Suffix none
2015-02-22 22:39:16 mikebo Bio Use this general catch-all creator when the title you're entering does not actually credit an artist in a particular position. For instance, often colorists in the Golden Age were not specifically credited. Yet, you may know through documentation, interviews or other historical accounts, the name of a person who actually was the colorist on, say, the first story of More Fun Comics #12. Thus, you would choose that persons name, along with (Uncredited Creator) to enter the work most accurately.
2015-02-22 22:39:16 mikebo Notes Use this general catch-all creator when the title you're entering does not actually credit an artist in a particular position. For instance, often colorists in the Golden Age were not specifically credited. Yet, you may know through documentation, interviews or other historical accounts, the name of a person who actually was the colorist on, say, the first story of More Fun Comics #12. Thus, you would choose that persons name, along with (Uncredited Creator) to enter the work most accurately.
2015-02-22 22:38:57 mikebo Suffix none
2015-02-22 22:38:57 mikebo Nickname (Uncredited Artist) (Uncredited Creator)
2015-02-22 22:38:57 mikebo Bio Use this general catch-all creator when the title you're entering does not actually credit an artist in a particular position. For instance, often colorists in the Golden Age were not specifically credited. Yet, you may know through documentation, interviews or other historical accounts, the name of a person who actually was the colorist on, say, the first story of More Fun Comics #12. Thus, you would choose that persons name, along with (Uncredited Artist) to enter the work most accurately. Use this general catch-all creator when the title you're entering does not actually credit an artist in a particular position. For instance, often colorists in the Golden Age were not specifically credited. Yet, you may know through documentation, interviews or other historical accounts, the name of a person who actually was the colorist on, say, the first story of More Fun Comics #12. Thus, you would choose that persons name, along with (Uncredited Creator) to enter the work most accurately.
2015-02-22 21:08:57 mikebo First Name Phil
2015-02-22 21:08:57 mikebo Last Name Lasorda
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2015-02-22 21:08:57 mikebo Nickname (Uncredited Artist)
2015-02-22 21:08:57 mikebo Bio Use this general catch-all creator when the title you're entering does not actually credit an artist in a particular position. For instance, often colorists in the Golden Age were not specifically credited. Yet, you may know through documentation, interviews or other historical accounts, the name of a person who actually was the colorist on, say, the first story of More Fun Comics #12. Thus, you would choose that persons name, along with (Uncredited Artist) to enter the work most accurately. Use this general catch-all creator when the title you're entering does not actually credit an artist in a particular position. For instance, often colorists in the Golden Age were not specifically credited. Yet, you may know through documentation, interviews or other historical accounts, the name of a person who actually was the colorist on, say, the first story of More Fun Comics #12. Thus, you would choose that persons name, along with (Uncredited Artist) to enter the work most accurately.


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