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Tag: Harvey Pekar
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Jewish comic book writer Harvey Pekar, who chronicled his life in the autobiographical “American Splendor” series, has died.
Pekar died early Monday morning in his Cleveland-area home. He was 70. Pekar had prostate cancer, asthma, high blood pressure and clinical depression,...
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