Jim RAYMOND

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Drawer, Cartoonist, Scriptwriter of comics

AmericanBorn James Crossley RAYMOND

American comic strip artist

Born on Sunday, February 25, 1917 in New Rochelle, New York, USA , United States

Died on October 14, 1981 in Boynton Beach, Florida, USA

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Born in New Rochelle, New York, Raymond's first cartoons were published in his high school newspaper. In 1935, he started as an assistant on the Blondie comic strip, mostly as a replacement for Alex, who had been working on Blondie for three years before leaving to start his own strips.



Initially, Raymond's responsibilities were quite minor, but by 1937, when the first son of Blondie creator Chic Young died of jaundice, Raymond was considered experienced enough to take over both writing and drawing the strip for a year.

...   Born in New Rochelle, New York, Raymond's first cartoons were published in his high school newspaper. In 1935, he started as an assistant on the Blondie comic strip, mostly as a replacement for Alex, who had been working on Blondie for three years before leaving to start his own strips.



Initially, Raymond's responsibilities were quite minor, but by 1937, when the first son of Blondie creator Chic Young died of jaundice, Raymond was considered experienced enough to take over both writing and drawing the strip for a year.



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