By the end of the '50s, everything began to collapse and, little by little, I lost all of my work. I lost Rex, the Wonder Dog and all the westerns.
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In other words, DC was never harmed by the paper shortages.
I was not too smart and constantly mouthed off and didn't know anything.
Then the war became a real problem and along with other shortages, they started to have paper problems.
Precision is not one of the qualities that comes out in my work.
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