Frank is one of the most prolific
comic book artists of all time, with his career
1948 (a mere ten years after the dawn of the Golden
Age and 8 full years before the Silver Age began)
and going straight through to today.
Bolle started at Magazine Enterprises illustrating
westerns, Tim Holt, Redmask and Best of the West.
He designed and illustrated Childrens' records
and albums. He worked for Western Publishing,
Illustrating dozens of books from the "Golden
Books" to Sherlock Holmes and other Adventure
novels. He also did science fiction comic books
like Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon and Dr. Solar (Man
of the Atom). His best remembered superhero
Is "Doctor Solar, Man Of The Atom".
While working for Western Publishing. They asked
him to illustrate Grimm's Ghost Stories, Boris
Karloff's Tales of Mystery and Rod Sterling's
Twilight Zone. Around the same time, Bolle began
writing and drawing Childrens'Tales. A Syndicate
Sunday feature with original stories and adapted
fairy tale classics.
Bolle drew The Heart of Juliet Jones for King
Feature from 1982 to 1999, and the long- running
soap-opera strip Winnie Winkle dailies and Sundays
for twenty years.