Daniel Barry (July 11, 1923 – January 25, 1997) was an American cartoonist. Beginning in comic books during the 1940s with Leonard Starr, Stan Drake and his brother Sy Barry, he helped define and exemplify a particular kind of "New York Slick" style which dominated comics until the Marvel Revolution brought attention to the Jack Kirby style. This style was characterized by careful attention to lines and the clear delineation of textures.
Barry's early comics work included Airboy, Doc Savage, Blue Bolt, as well as covers for the Captain Midnight comic book.  After a period serving in the Air Force, Barry returned to comics. Barry assisted Burne Hogarth with the Tarzandaily strip; from 1947-48 Barry took over the Tarzan strip.  In 1951 Barry revived the Flash Gordondaily strip. At different times writers Harry Harrison, Bob Kanigher, Sid Jacobson, Larry Shaw and Bill Finger contributed scripts to the series. In addition, at various times during his tenure, he was assisted in his artwork by a number of artists including Bob Fujitani, Fred Kida, Frank Frazetta. When artist Mac Raboy died in 1967, Barry assumed responsibility of the Flash Gordon Sunday strip also. He created the official poster for the 1980 movie version of Flash Gordon.  After moving to Cleveland GA, he was assisted in his work by artist Gail Beckett. In 1990, he left Flash Gordon altogether, when the syndicate, King Features asked him to take a cut in pay.
^"United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VSNC-Z2R : accessed 20 Feb 2013), Daniel Barry, 25 January 1997; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).
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