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Maxon, Rex > Comic Strip Art > Maxon, Rex
Rex Hayden Maxon (1892-1973), son of a house painter, was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on March 24, 1892. His name will always be associated with his incredible, 18 year long run on the Tarzan daily comic strip.

Rex Maxon started the daily black and white Tarzan strip on June 10, 1929. Maxon continued to draw the series, almost continuously, for the next 18 years -- a total of 5,200 strips.

Between 1929 and 1947 Rex Maxon illustrated all but five of the 27 Tarzan story-strips that were published in newspapers.

After leaving the Tarzan comic strip in 1947, Rex Maxon worked as a free lancer, mainly illustrating cowboy stories. His work can be found in Young Hawk, the secondary strip of Dell's Lone Ranger comicbook, throughout the 1950s. In 1954 Rex Maxon drew all the interior art for the first issue of Dell's Turok, Son of Stone. After Alberto Giolitti took over the Turok comic illustration duties in 1962, Rex Maxon occasionally supplemented the Italian artist's efforts by drawing the magazine's main story.

Maxon retired from drawing comics a few years prior to his death in 1973, but his work continued to appear in Turok throughout the late 1960s and into early 1970s.

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1.  Rex Maxon - Tarzan daily 2301, 1947
STOLEN! Original dagstribe af Rex Maxon, ''Tarzan'', fra 1947. Original comic strip art nr. 2301.
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2.  Rex Maxon - Tarzan daily 2303, 1947
Original dagstribe af Rex Maxon, ''Tarzan'', fra 1947. Original comic strip art nr. 2303.
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Price DKK 3.450,00 (EUR 464,96)
3.  Rex Maxon - Tarzan daily 2325, 1947
Original dagstribe af Rex Maxon, ''Tarzan'', fra 1947. Original comic strip art nr. 2325.
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Price DKK 2.750,00 (EUR 370,62)
4.  Rex Maxon - Tarzan daily 2332, 1947
Original dagstribe af Rex Maxon, ''Tarzan'', fra 1947. Original comic strip art nr. 2332.
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