|Harry G. Peter|
(l to r) William Moulton Marston, H. G. Peter, Sheldon Mayer, Max Gaines (1942)
March 8, 1880|
|Pseudonym(s)||H. G. Peter|
|Notable works||Wonder Woman|
Born in California, Peter was a long-time resident in San Francisco.
His first work for comic books was through Lloyd Jacquet's comic shop, Funnies, Inc., where he illustrated such features as the biography of General George Marshall in True Comics #4 (September 1941).
His most lasting work came when the 61-year-old artist brought William Moulton Marston's Amazonian superheroine Wonder Woman to comic book pages. In April 1942, he opened his own studio at 130 W. 42nd Street in Manhattan. Peter continued with Wonder Woman until his death in 1958.
|Wonder Woman artist|
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