With a career spanning seven decades, Robert Fujitani was one of the busiest illustrators in American Comics.  He contributed to the Golden, Silver, and Bronze Ages of comic history and did work for such memorable titles as Hangman, the Flying Dutchman, Prince Valiant, Flash Gordon, Mandrake the Magician, Rip Kirby, Doctor Solar: Man of the Atom, and Turok: Sone of Stone.  At 97 years young, he has lots of memories to share!

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With a career spanning seven decades, Robert Fujitani was one of the busiest illustrators in American Comics.  He contributed to the Golden, Silver, and Bronze Ages of comic history and did work for such memorable titles as Hangman, the Flying Dutchman, Prince Valiant, Flash Gordon, Mandrake the Magician, Rip Kirby,...