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Fran Hopper
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Birth Name: Frances Deitrick
Country: United States
Area(s): Artist
Notable Work: Mysta of the Moon, Gale Allen
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Fran Hopper, (born Frances Deitrick circa 1922), also credited as France. was one of the comic artists working for publisher Fiction House. She drew a great number of comics, among them 'Jane Martin', 'Glory Forbes', 'Camilla', 'Mysta of the Moon' and 'Gale Allen and Her All Girl Squadron'. She started working for Fiction House in 1943. While working for them, she and fellow artist Lily Renée were friends. She married Dr. John B. Hopper II in 1944. Her last credited work appeared in 1948.

After she left comics, she raised Arabian horses with her husband. They had three children, John B. Hopper III, Peter B. Hopper, and Dr. Anne R. Knutson. She currently lives in senior housing in Toms River, New Jersey.[1]

In 2000, she was nominated to the Friends of Lulu Hall of Fame

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  1. Obituary: Dr. John B. Hopper II, Asbury Park Press/Daily Record, 2 March 2010. Accessed 3 Aug 12

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