Dan DeCarlo brought his own distinctive, clean-lined cartoon style, which was soon adopted as the house style for the Archie Comics characters he’s so well known for, especially the leggy females with wide eyes and snub noses.

Mr. DeCarlo was renowned for his curvaceous depiction of the female form, so-called “good girl” art, which had its origins in the pinup style of World War II. “He was always interested in drawing shapely girls,” wife, Josie said.

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