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For nearly twenty years, Bernard Sachs was one of DC Comics' unsung heroes - a solid, dependable inker who tirelessly embellished the pencils of many of the artists in editor Julius Schwartz's stable, amoung them Mike Sekowsky, Gil Kane, and Carmine Infantino. Sachs began his comics career in the 1940s, working for Quality and, later, for Hillman Comics, where he pencilled and inked such features as Airboy and The Heap. Like Fox and Schwartz, Sachs worked on both the Justice Society and the Justice League, inking Sekowsky's pencils on the latter feature until his retirement in 1965.

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