On this day, March 4, 1892, cartoonist and illustrator Rex Hayden Maxon was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. Maxon studied art in St. Louis and worked on the staff of the St. Louis Republic. He moved to New York in 1917 and worked for several newspapers. In 1929 Maxon succeeded Harold Foster as the artist on the daily Tarzan comic. In 1954 he created Turok, Son of Stone with Matt Murphy, and he illustrated work for various pulp magazines.
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