Born: 1912 month? day? in United States

Died: 1992 month? day? in ?

Biography: Stan Asch worked as a member of the faculty of University of Minnesota and as a lithographer in the fine arts.

In comic strip syndication Asch worked on:
Just Like Junior daily (McClure Syndicate) from 1937 to 1938, pencils and inks. Might have been offered by McClure, but not actually published. It did finally show up as a humor feature for DC titles, from 1938 to 1940;
Katzenjammer Kids Sunday (King Features Syndicate) during 1940s, ghost pencils and inks;
Li'l Abner daily or Sunday? (United Feature Syndicate) during 1940s, ghost pencils and inks;
and Terry and the Pirates daily or Sunday? (Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate) during 1940s, ghost pencils and inks.


Name:

    Stan Asch Type: Common Alternative Name
    Given name: Stan Family name: Asch

Other Names:

  1. Stan Aschmeier Type: Common Alternative Name
    Given name: Stan Family name: Aschmeier
  2. Stanley William Joseph Aschmeier Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Stanley William Joseph Family name: Aschmeier
  3. Stan Ash Type: Common Alternative Name
    Given name: Stan Family name: Ash
  4. Stanley Ashworth Type: Pen Name
  5. E. E. Hibbard Type: Ghost Name
  6. Stan Josephs Type: Pen Name
  7. Tom Tomasch Type: Pen Name

Schools:

  1. Mills Academy [St. Paul] ? to ?


Signatures:

  1. Stan Asch [generic]
  2. Stan Josephs [generic]

Relations:

  1. Ghosted for - Milton Caniff (b. 1907)
    Notes: Stan Asch did ghost pencil and ink work for Terry and the Pirates comic strip during the 1940s. Uncertain if it was for/with Milton Caniff or George Wunder or both.
  2. Ghosted for - Al Capp (b. 1909)
    Notes: Stan Asch did ghost pencil and ink work for Al Capp on Li'l Abner comic strip sometime during the 1940s.
  3. Employee of - Eisner and Iger Studio (b. 1936)
    Notes: Stan Asch worked pencils and inks for the studio during 1939.
  4. Ghosted for - E. E. Hibbard (b. 1909)
  5. Ghosted for - Harold Knerr (b. 1882)
    Notes: Stan Asch did ghost pencil and ink work for The Katzenjammer Kids Sunday comic strip sometime during the 1940s.
  6. Ghosted for - George Wunder (b. 1912)
    Notes: Stan Asch did ghost pencil and ink work for Terry and the Pirates comic strip during the 1940s. Uncertain if it was for/with Milton Caniff or George Wunder or both.