Jack "Jaxon" Jackson
May 15, 1941 – June 8, 2006
Underground cartoonist who concentrated on historical work in his later career.
Jackson's resolve to create legitimate historical work was achieved with Comanche Moon and Los Tejanos, and using a medium often (and justifiably) regarded as too prurient for 'serious' efforts. Not many comic book artists have aimed toward such heights. Both books hold up as entertainment, infused with Jackson's humor, the books at times get very dense and require some dedication.
Amazon has "Jack Jackson's American History: Los Tejanos & Lost Cause" in a single volume.
Screenshot, June 2006, Jack Jackson Obituary
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