Raymond Harold Osrin (1928 – April 3, 2001) was an American cartoonist. He was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1928, and studied at the High School of Industrial Arts and the Art Students League. He was a staff inker at Jerry Iger\s comics shop from 1945 to 1949. In the 1940s, his work appeared at Fiction House and Fox. In 1950 Osrin worked as an inker on It Rhymes with Lust, which is considered one of the most notable precursors of the graphic novel. Called a \"picture novel\" on the cover and published by the comic book and magazine company St. John Publications, it was written by Arnold Drake and Leslie Waller (together using the pseudonym \"Drake Waller\"), with black-and-white art by Matt Baker. In the mid 1950s, he drew for Archie Comics (Pat the Brat), Charlton Comics (Blue Beetle, Crime and Justice, romance and suspense stories) and Dell/Gold Key (Snuffy Smith and Barney
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