PS MAGAZINES - ANARCHO - COLLECTED WORKS
Featuring artwork by ALBERT "AL" CARRENO and script by OTTO BINDER A Big Complete Adventure Story In Comic Book Form - Precursor to today's 'graphic novel! This one-shot is an adventure of Radar the International Policeman, familiar from Master Comics, But sole cover billing goes to his foe Anarcho, whom Radar proceeds to battle all over the world in the course of a book-length story. Albert "Al" Carreno was born in Mexico City and attended the University of Mexico. He moved to the United States in the mid-1920's. First working as a caricaturist on the Chicago Daily News, later moving to New York and swapping to comic book illustration, working variously at Fox, Fawcett, National, Prize, Marvel, Pines and Ziff Davis throughout the 1940's and 1950's. He worked on titles such as 'Ibis', 'Red Gaucho', 'Captain Marvel', and 'The Blue Beetle'. In the 50's he also became active in the National Cartoonist Society and became NCS membership chairman. Carreno died in September 1964.