"Gustav Schrotter worked as a comics artist during the Golden Age of comics, the 1940s. He illustrated among others Novelty's 'Dan'l Flannel', that appeared in Target Comics, Blue Bolt and Most Comics. He did several features for Timely, like 'The Angel', 'Captain Dash', 'Daredevils Three', 'Nellie the Nurse', 'The Patriot' and 'The Vision'. He also did horror comics for Farrell and Fox, as well as crime titles for MC Combs. Schrotter was active in comic books until the early 1950s. He then became a children's book illustrator."