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Charles A. Voight (1887-1947) was an American cartoonist, best known for his comic strip Betty. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Voight was 14 when he dropped out of school and became an art staffer at the New York World. He did advertising art, and in 1908, he drew his first comic strip, Petey Dink, for the Boston Traveler.[1] For Life, he drew the series titled The Optimist.[1] His glamor girl strip Betty was quite popular and ran from 1924 to 1943. He continued to do artwork for advertising agencies, such as his 1932 Rinso Soap ads.[1] In 1943, he began drawing for comic books, including "He-Man" in Tally-Ho Comics (1944) and work for Prize Comics (1945). In 1946, he drew "Impossible Man" for Captain Wizard. References ^ a b c Lambiek External links Charles Voight's "He-Man" Charles Voight's "Impossible Man"