Harpers comic strip
Guardian (James Jacob "Jim" Harper) is a DC Comics superhero, introduced in April by . After a mere three issues, the Guardian was written out of the book due to writer James Robinson's desire to work with a smaller cast. Following.
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A page pad of tear-off sheets, full of drawing tips and story ideas to help young artists create their own comic strips. Illustrations:Full colour throughout.
Guardian (DC Comics)
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Description:Cover of Star-Spangled Comics vol. Art by Jack Kirby , Joe Simon. Jim Harper is a police officer in Metropolis ' Suicide Slum who became a vigilante to catch crooks that the law could not prosecute, describing himself as guarding society from criminals.