Jack Burnley (b. January 11, 1911 – d.December 19, 2006) was a writer.
1925-1929: Art assistance at King Features Syndicate. 1929-1938: Sports cartoonist at King Features Syndicate. 1938-1948: Sports cartoons for King Comics. 1939: 1st comic book work for Hillman ("Bullet Bob" in Miracle Comics #4, March 1941). late 1939-1947: covers (about 100) and sports fillers for National; 1st Superman story in Action Comics 28. Superman and Batman work for Action Comics, Batman, Detective Comics, Superman, and World's Finest Comics. 1941-1942: drawing Starman for Adventure Comics #61-80 and Starman sequences in the Justice Society of America stories of All-Star Comics 8-13. 1942-1944: draws Superman daily strip. 1943-1946: draws Batman daily strips and Sunday pages. 1947-1951: Cartoon work for the Pittsburgh Sun Telegraph. 1951-1976: Cartoon work for the San Francisco News, later the San Francisco Examiner until his retirement in January, 1976.
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- Jack Burnley's Images as a Cover Artist