Jack Binder worked almost exclusively in the Golden Age. He was a fine artist by education, and it was to fine arts he returned after a brief, but reasonably prolific comics career, that lasted from 1937-1946, then continued from "semi-retirement" until 1953. For the first three years of that career, he was art director for the Harry A Chesler comic shop. For the last three, he had his own comic shop, which produced work for the major publishing houses of the day.
After 1946, he continued to work "casually" in the industry until he fully retired in 1953 and returned to fine and commercial art.
His brother was writer Otto Binder.
Date of Birth:
August 11th, 1902
Date of death:
March 6th, 1986