Comic Book Show Curated By Syndicate Exec

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By: E&P Staff

Syndicate executive Jerry Robinson is curating “The Golden Age of Comic Books: 1938-1950,” an exhibit running through next August at the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta.

Robinson is president and editorial director of CartoonArts International, which distributes the work of mostly foreign cartoonists and is marketed by the New York Times Syndicate. He has been a syndicated cartoonist himself, as well as a comic-book cartoonist best known for creating Batman’s famous nemesis — the Joker.

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