During the mid-1970s, alongside artist Neal Adams, Robinson was instrumental in winning full recognition and compensation for Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in their long struggle with DC Comics as the creators of Superman. Thanks to their efforts, in December 1975, Siegel and Shuster were granted lifetime stipends and an acknowledged creator credit in all subsequently broadcast and published Superman works.
|1953 science-fiction-spy adventure strip "Jet Scott" by Robinson. I met Mr. Robinson only once, in 2007 at the annual Heroes Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Catacombs extends it's sincerest condolences to his family, friends and fans.|
you met him? that's cool. I think I'd've liked to have met him. he was a proper legend.
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