Howard Sherman (1909-1993) was an artist of DC Comics in the 1940s and 1950s. He was the regular artist of the 'Dr. Fate' comic. He drew stories featuring the characters in More Fun issues 55 through 73 in the period 1940-1943. Between 1945 and 1963, he worked on many other DC features. He had a brief stint on 'Batman' in 1946, before he went to do 'The Wyoming Kid', 'Vigilante', 'Congo Bill', 'Congorilla', 'Foley of the Fightin' 5th', 'Kit Carson', 'Space Cabby', and others. He was the creator of 'Tommy Tomorrow' in 1947. After his comic book career ended, he went on to do educational film strips for Hy Ross Associates and toy package design for Remco Industries.