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Don Jon Arneson

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Don Jon Arneson
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Occupation: Writer
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Don Jon Arneson was an American comic book writer.

Biography

Don Jon Arneson was a writer and editor for Dell Comics from 1962 to 1973. He was known for his work on the supernatural comics like Dracula, Werewolf, Frankenstein and Dark Shadows. He created the first comic book headlined by a black character "Lobo", a western comic with its eponymous gunslinger hero. Later in his career Arneson focused on writing books for younger readers publishing more than 100 titles.


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Phantom work by Don Jon Arneson

Stories

Gold Key/King/Charlton stories

Title Writer Artist
1 "The Phantom's Death" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
2 "The Cliff Kingdom" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
3 "The Giant Ape of Tawth" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
4 "The River That Never Ends" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
5 "Bandar Betrayers" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
6 "Skyjack" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
7 "Disband the Patrol" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
8 "Very Special Timber" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
9 "The Dying Ground" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
10 "The Phantom's New Faith" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo
11 "The Trap" Arneson (as Di Pluhm) Aparo