Fletcher Hanks, Sr. (1 December 1887, in New Jersey, United States – February 1976, in New York) was a cartoonist from the Golden Age of Comic Books, who wrote and drew stories detailing the adventures of all-powerful, supernatural heroes and their elaborate punishments of transgressors. In addition to his birth name, Hanks worked under a number of pen names, including "Henry Fletcher", "Barclay Flagg", "Bob Jordan", and "Hank Christy".
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... Hanks was the son of William Hanks, a minister, and Alice Fletcher Hanks, the daughter of English immigrants — his parents married c.1885 ... Fletcher himself married Margaret c.1912 ... Little is known of Hanks's life outside comics the main source being an interview by Paul Karasik with Fletcher Hanks Junior c.2006 ...
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“Joys as winged dreams fly fast,
Why should sadness longer last?
Grief is but a wound to woe;
Gentlest fair, mourn, mourn no moe.”
—John Fletcher (15791625)