Don Blake; Ed Blake; Warner (Michael) Blake; Tex Blane; Willis Blane; Ed Carlisle; Glen Chase; Lester Chekker; Troy Conway; Frank Cooper; Jeff Cooper; Jefferson Cooper; Lynna Cooper; Lynette Cooper; Larry Dean; Paul Dean (with Vincent Sullivan); Eddie Duane; Gordon French; Jeffrey (K.) Gardner; Ray Gardner (with Raymond Krank); Clem Gordon; Rod Gray; Dean Jennings; Cliff Johnson; James Kendricks; Dan Keene; Elliott Kennedy; Louise MacKendrick; Margaret Maitland; Simon Majors; Kevin Matthews; J(ohn) M(edford) Morgan; John Osgood (house name also used by John Broome); Clement Purvis; Tex Slade; Bart Somers; Robert Starr (house name); Edgar Weston; Wilton Weston
Gardner Francis Fox (May 20th, 1911 - December 24th, 1986) was considered one of the most innovative and pioneering comic strip creators in the entire industry. In addition to creating dozens of characters and writing hundreds of story scripts, Gardner is mostly widely recognized for creating two of the most famous super-hero teams of all time: The Justice Society of America and their successors, the Justice League of America. Gardner passed away on Christmas Eve, 1986 from natural causes.
Professional History of Gardner Fox is unknown.
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Green Lantern Guy Gardner is named after Gardner Fox and fan Guy H. Lillian III