Friday Comic Book Day.
I am member of a Facebook group celebrating the life and work of Mary Perkins (and later Little Orphan Annie) artist Leonard Starr. In the late forties and early fifties he was a very prolific inker and penciller, who worked just about every company. When he landed at DC, he seems to have cut his lesser paying accounts. But in the mid fifties he must have found something else to do, because his work doesn't appear as much as it did before that. In an earlier series of posts I shared a whole run of his early fifties Nighthawk series from Western Comics and Ghost Breaker from Star Spangled) One of the last things he did for DC was a series of short stories for their crime anthology (all comics were anthologies back then) Gang Busters. I was scanning a few of those issue for the work by Mort Meskin, Joe Maneely and George Roussos, when I came across this one from Gang Busters #56.