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John McLusky Born Hector John McLusky 20 January 1923 Glasgow Died September 5, 2006 (aged 83) Nationality British Area(s) artist Notable works James Bond John McLusky (1923 – September 5, 2006) is a former comics artist best known as the original artist of the comic strip featuring Ian Fleming's James Bond. Contents 1 Biography 2 James Bond strips 2.1 Other work 3 Sources 4 External links Biography John McLusky's rendition of James Bond McLusky began illustrating the comic strip adaptation of James Bond for the Daily Express. From 1958 to 1966, McLusky adapted 13 of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels or short stories. His depiction of James Bond may have inspired the casting of Sean Connery as the first film James Bond.[citation needed] After Yaroslav Horak had taken over the James Bond strip, McLusky drew Secret Agent 13 for Fleetway.[1] For the magazine TV Comic McLusky illustrated several strips over 15 years, notably Look and Learn and strip adaptations for Laurel & Hardy, and the Pink Panther.[1] In 1982 McLusky returned to illustrate the James Bond strip, collaborating with writer Jim Lawrence to illustrate 4 new original James Bond stories. John McLusky continued other work throughout his career – including substitute teaching and work as a puppeteer on Bournemouth pier. He continued this other work because at one stage he had almost lost the ability to speak due to his isolation from other human beings. Throughout his life he kept correspondence from various acquaintances – including Stan Laurel and his student The Castigator Poet Clare Washbrook. James Bond strips Art by John McLusky Title Writer Date Serial no. Casino Royale Anthony Hern July 7, 1958 – December 13, 1958 1-138 Live and Let Die Henry Gammidge0 December 15, 1958 – March 28, 1959 139-225 Moonraker Henry Gammidge March 30, 1959 – August 8, 1959 226-339 Diamonds Are Forever Henry Gammidge August 10, 1959 – January 30, 1960 340-487 From Russia with Love Henry Gammidge February 1, 1960 – May 21, 1960 488-583 Dr. No Peter O'Donnell May 23, 1960 – October 1, 1960 584-697 Goldfinger Henry Gammidge0 October 3, 1960 – April 1, 1961 698-849 Risico Henry Gammidge April 3, 1961 – June 24, 1961 850-921 From a View to a Kill Henry Gammidge June 26, 1961 – September 9, 1961 922-987 For Your Eyes Only Henry Gammidge September 11, 1961 – December 9, 19610 988-1065 Thunderball Henry Gammidge December 11, 1961 – February 10, 1962 1066–1128 On Her Majesty's Secret Service0 Henry Gammidge June 29, 1964 – May 15, 1965 1-274 You Only Live Twice Henry Gammidge May 17, 1965 – January 8, 1966 275-475 Other work Deathmask (1982–1983) Flittermouse (1983) Polestar (1983) The Scent Of Danger Sources ^ a b Lambiek Comiclopedia. "John McLusky". http://lambiek.net/artists/m/mclusky_john.htm.  External links John McLusky biography on Lambiek Comiclopedia John McLusky's artwork Persondata Name Maclusky, John Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 20, 1923 Place of birth Glasgow Date of death September 5, 2006 Place of death