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Bob K. LeRose

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2007-12-02 21:55:52 ccl080673 Middle Name K.
2007-12-02 21:55:52 ccl080673 Suffix none
2007-12-02 21:55:52 ccl080673 Bio Real Name: Robert K. LeRose. A veteran of the Pacific Theater in World War II, LeRose worked after the war as office manager and colorist for Johnstone & Cushing, a publisher specializing in custom comics for Boy's Life, Ford, General Motors, B.F. Goodrich and others. When J&C folded in 1962, he followed writer/editor Al Stenzel and the Boy's Life contract to Stenzel Productions. A dozen years later, LeRose joined DC Comics as a production artist, specializing in putting the covers together. He also began his long career as a colorist fro DC, amassing more than 600 credits for covers and interiors. LeRose left his staff position at DC after twenty years, though he continued to do occasional coloring jobs at DC one day a week, initially in the office and eventually, due to emphysema, at home. He died of complications from that disease. Real Name: Robert K. LeRose. A veteran of the Pacific Theater in World War II, LeRose worked after the war as office manager and colorist for Johnstone & Cushing, a publisher specializing in custom comics for Boy's Life, Ford, General Motors, B.F. Goodrich and others. When J&C folded in 1962, he followed writer/editor Al Stenzel and the Boy's Life contract to Stenzel Productions. A dozen years later, LeRose joined DC Comics as a production artist, specializing in putting the covers together. He also began his long career as a colorist fro DC, amassing more than 600 credits for covers and interiors. LeRose left his staff position at DC after twenty years, though he continued to do occasional coloring jobs at DC one day a week, initially in the office and eventually, due to emphysema, at home. He died of complications from that disease.
2007-11-07 11:47:00 Skyhawke Suffix none
2007-11-07 11:47:00 Skyhawke Bio Real Name: Robert K. LeRose Real Name: Robert K. LeRose. A veteran of the Pacific Theater in World War II, LeRose worked after the war as office manager and colorist for Johnstone & Cushing, a publisher specializing in custom comics for Boy's Life, Ford, General Motors, B.F. Goodrich and others. When J&C folded in 1962, he followed writer/editor Al Stenzel and the Boy's Life contract to Stenzel Productions. A dozen years later, LeRose joined DC Comics as a production artist, specializing in putting the covers together. He also began his long career as a colorist fro DC, amassing more than 600 credits for covers and interiors. LeRose left his staff position at DC after twenty years, though he continued to do occasional coloring jobs at DC one day a week, initially in the office and eventually, due to emphysema, at home. He died of complications from that disease.
2007-09-25 00:02:49 ccl080673 Suffix none
2007-09-25 00:02:49 ccl080673 DOB 3 June 1921
2007-09-25 00:02:49 ccl080673 Birthplace Brooklyn, New York
2007-09-25 00:02:49 ccl080673 DOD 30 August 2006
2007-09-25 00:02:49 ccl080673 Bio Real Name: Robert K. LeRose


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