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| Pseudonyms = Bob Powell
 
| Pseudonyms = Bob Powell
 
| Employers = [[Street & Smith]]
 
| Employers = [[Street & Smith]]
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| Titles = [[Shadow Comics Vol 1|The Shadow Comics]]
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| Titles = [[Shadow Comics Vol 1|Shadow Comics]]
   
 
| Gender = Male
 
| Gender = Male
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| DateOfDeath = January 10, 1967
 
| DateOfDeath = January 10, 1967
 
| Creations =
 
| Creations =
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| First = Shadow Magazine #306
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| First = Shadow Comics #72
   
 
| PersonalHistory =
 
| PersonalHistory =
 
| ProfessionalHistory = '''Bob Powell''' was a prolific comic book artist during the Golden Age era. He attended the Pratt Institute in New York City, and went to work for the Eisner-Iger studios in the late 1930s. While working there, he illustrated for several comic publishers. Powell would later work in Will Eisner's personal studio, helping him co-plot the first "Blackhawk" story in Quality's Military Comics, and illustrate the "Mr Mystic" back-up feature found in "The Spirit Section" of the Sunday paper.
 
| ProfessionalHistory = '''Bob Powell''' was a prolific comic book artist during the Golden Age era. He attended the Pratt Institute in New York City, and went to work for the Eisner-Iger studios in the late 1930s. While working there, he illustrated for several comic publishers. Powell would later work in Will Eisner's personal studio, helping him co-plot the first "Blackhawk" story in Quality's Military Comics, and illustrate the "Mr Mystic" back-up feature found in "The Spirit Section" of the Sunday paper.
   
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After the war, Powell opened his own artwork shop, and with the help of several assistants, drew for several publishers, including [[Street & Smith|Street & Smith's]] [[Shadow Comics Vol 1 72|The Shadow Comics]] and [[Shadow Magazine Vol 1 306|The Shadow Magazine]].
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After the war, Powell opened his own artwork shop, and with the help of several assistants, drew for several publishers, including [[Street & Smith|Street & Smith's]] [[Shadow Comics Vol 1|Shadow Comics]].
   
 
| Notes =
 
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