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123 Hall, Robert W.
Bob Hall  (Artist, Inker)
1944
Marvel Tarzan comics for Marvel  Buscema school 
124 Hama, Larry
Larry Hama  (Writer, Artist)
1949
Star Wars, Wolverine   High School of Art and Design (N.Y.) 
125 Hanerfeld, Mark Felton Marcus
(Artist)
Hulk, Spiderman Aurora Tarzan
126 Haque, Alonso
Alonso Haque (Inker)
Malibu Tarzan 
127 Have, E. van
E. van Have  (Artist)
Dutch Pellucidar and Western novels

128 Heath, Russell Jr.
Russ Heath ~ R.H.  (Artist, Inker)
29 September 1926 New York City
Flash Gordon, Lone Ranger, Terry and the Pirates Korak comics (DC 230)

129 Henry, John
John Henry  (Artist)
Tarzan lunchbox of Alladin 1966   Alladin Artist 

130 Herndon, Laurence
Laurence J. Herndon  (Artist)
1880 - 1960
Blue Book pulp magazine artist

131 Herring, Michael
Michael Herring  (Artist)
Del Rey Caspak novels

132 Hildebrandt, Timothy
Tim Hildebrandt ~ Hildebrandt (Artist)
23 January 1939 Detroit, MI - N/A
Western novels for Ballantine
Illustrator drew iconic poster art for Star Wars
National Post (Knight Ridder) ~ June 22, 2006
Tim Hildebrandt, half of the famed Hildebrandt Brothers illustration studio, whose images fired popular imagination in the late 20th century, died from complications of diabetes on June 11, 2006. He was 67.
He and his twin, Greg Hildebrandt, are probably best known for their illustrations and posters for Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. They were also famed among illustrators for their work on children's books, comics and fantasy illustrations, all characterized by unusual realism, depth and richness of colour. According to Terrance Brown, director of the Society of Illustrators in New York, "Time Hildebrandt earned more than a footnote in the history of American illustration. He and Greg are the long chapter." Brown described them as among "the roots of [American] popular culture."

Greg Hildebrandt said in an Knight Ridder interview this week that he and his brother, who were born in Detroit, shared "an obsession with colour" so intense that it led them at age two to eat a box of crayons. He said he liked the taste. Newspaper comic strips introduced the brothers to art, he said. At 19 they worked on animations for Navy training films. In the 1950s, they did documentary film work on world hunger for Bishop J. Sheen.

In the late 1960s, they began illustrating children's books. Then, in 1976, came the first Lord of the Rings calendar. The calendar was Tim Hildebrandt's idea, his brother remembered. "I ante to pursue gallery art at that point, but Tim was pushing and pushing" on the J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy," and then I read it and said 'OK.'" The Hildebrandt's agent, Jean Scrocco, recalled their extraordinary method for the 6-foot-wide paintings: One brother started at one end, and the other at the other end and they met in the middle. The calendar project was their studio's second best-known, after their poster for the 1977 movie Star Wars. "It's almost become iconic: Luke Skywalker with his light sabre thrust in the sky, Darth Vader's helmet in the background, Princess Leia at his feet," said Mike Chen, the director of the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art in Dover, N.J., where Tim Hildebrandt taught for three years.

The brothers broke up in 1981 to go their own ways and didn't speak for several years, Greg Hildebrandt said. In 1993, they reunited and began doing art for comic-book publishers Marvel (Spider-Man, X-Men) and DC (Superman) and, in 1995, a daily comic strip, an updated version of Milt Caniff's Terry and the Pirates, which ran for only a year. Greg Hildebrandt said of his brother: "He's in my hand, eyes, mind, art, soul. He always has been from birth, and he still is."


Hoadley, Shaun
Shaun Raymond Hoadley
October 11, 1952 ~ Kalamazo, Michigan
Illustrations for ERBville Press Matched Editions
 http://www.erbzine.com/mag8/0842.html
133 Hoban, Frank
Frank Hoban (Artist)
Francis John Hoban was born on March 6, 1870 in Cincinnati, Ohio. His father, John Hoban, was born 1835 in Ireland. His mother, Ann Keenan, was born 1842 in Ireland. They married in 1861 and had seven children, of which six were daughters. They lived at 487 Fourth Street in Cincinnati. His father was a bill collector for the local gas company. He studied at the Cincinnati Art Museum, which provided excellent art training in night school classes for local teenagers and adult weekend art classes. One of the more renowned teachers was Vincent Nowottny. Henry C. Kiefer and John Drew also studied at the Cincinnati Art Museum. In 1890 Frank Hoban was listed in the Cincinnati business directory as a lithographer at 487 West Fourth Street, which was in fact his family home. At that time a "lithographer" was an artist who created black and white images for newspaper advertisements and handbills, and was often affiliated with a printing shop. In 1895 he married Theresa Bolger, who was born October 13, 1874 in Ohio. Her parents were also Irish immigrants. They lived at 948 West Seventh Street in Cincinnati. They had three children. Edward was born 1896, Dorothy in 1902, and Mary was born in 1906. In 1909 they moved to 2217 Hudson Avenue in Norwood, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati, where he worked full-time at the printing plant of the Strobridge Lithographic Company. In 1914 he illustrated Virginia Brooks novel Little Lost Sister, which was published in Chicago by Gazzolo & Ricksen. In 1916 his illustrations appeared in Red Book Magazine, which was published by the McCall Company. That same company also produced McCall's Magazine, and eventually published the pulp adventure magazine Blue Book. In 1920 he moved to Chicago, Illinois, where they lived at 79 Winthrop Avenue. In 1930 his illustrations were published in the pulp magazine Triple-X, an adventure magazine produced in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by Fawcett Publications. By 1926 his story illustrations and cover paintings appeared regularly in the pulp magazine Blue Book. According to Robert R. Barrett, "The June 1926 issue of Blue Book was the first to place spot illustrations throughout a story. Prior to that the magazine had used only illustrated headings, which was the custom with most pulps. The July 1926 issue was the first to feature the drawings of Frank Hoban, who illustrated "Mountain Mail" by Reginald Barker. Throughout the remaining months of 1926 Hoban illustrated one story per issue. By the last months of 1927 he was illustrating two, three, and occasionally four stories per issue." In 1931 he joined the Chicago artists club, Palette & Chisel, which was located at 1012 North Dearborn Street. His $48 annual fee entitled him to attend a weekly life drawing class, inclusion in one annual exhibition, and a Summer Camp at Fox Lake, IL. Membership was limited to 110 local artists. He served as Vice President of the club in 1931 and 1932. In 1938 he illustrated the Little Big Book #-1400 Mac Of The Marines In China, published by Whitman Publications of Racine Wisconsin. Frank J. Hoban died in Chicago, IL, at the age of seventy-three on June 12, 1943.~  © David Saunders 2009
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134 Hoberg, Richard Renick
Rick Hoberg  (Artist)
1952 Belton, TX
Batman, Superman, The Flash, Spiderman, Star Wars Tarzan Sunday strip Ass wk 1975-1976
Famous Artists School (by mail), Fine art at University of California at Irvine
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Hoffman, Mike
Mike Hoffman (Artist)
Penciller for DC/Marvel, worked on Swamp Thing and the Midnight Days TPB.
Shorewood : Wisconsin : United States
Illustrations for ERB's Beware!
http://www.mikehoffman.com/
135 Hoffman, Pete
Pete Hoffman  (Artist)
1919
University of Toledo
136 Hogarth, Burne
Burne Hogarth (Artist, Writer)
25 December 1911 Chicago, Il - 28 January 1996 Paris
Drago Tarzan Sunday strip #0322-#0768; #0867-#1015; Tarzan daily strip #2509-#2616; Tarzan comics
Art Institute of Chicago
ERBzine 0298: Burne Hogarth Interview

137 Hohlwein, Ludwig
Ludwig Hohlwein  (Artist)
1874 - 1949
Artist for Dieck & Co (Eine Prinzessin von Mars)

138 Hooper, Ken
Ken Hooper  (Artist)
1959
DC: Aquaman, Primal Force, Mr. Miracle
139 Hoover, Dave
Dave Hoover (Artist)
Samples for comics and Sunday pages Burroughs Art was NEVER Published! ~ Tarzan Sunday Strips
Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Ref: Bill Hillman
ERBzine 0340: Dave Hoover's Fantastic Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs
ERBzine 0437: Dave Hoover's Illustrated Tarzan

140 Hoppe, Rick
Rick Hoppe (Artist, Inker)

Hutton, Hugh
Hugh Hutton (Artist)
1897-1976
A Fighting Man of Mars: Metropolitan: May 15, 1931 ~ wraparound DJ and frontispiece

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