Peggy Zangerle
Born: July 22, 1925
Died: June 8, 1997
Country: United States
Area(s): Artist
Notable Work: Doc Savage, Red Dragon

Margaret "Peggy" Zangerle (July 22, 1925?-June 8, 1997?)[1] was a Golden Age artist who worked for Street & Smith on such titles as Doc Savage, Ghost Breakers, and Red Dragon. In 1948, she shared studio with Walt Kelly's assistant George Ward and Timely artist Joe Maneely.

She attended J. W. Hallahan Catholic Girls High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as part of the Class of 1943. During high school she won an art distinction at La Salle College and at Gimbel's. Later in life, she was an accomplished portrait artist in the Philadelphia and southern New Jersey area. She suffered from Paget's disease, a degenerative bone disease for most of her life.

In 2002, she was honored with a retrospective exhibit at the Atlantic City Art Center.[2]


  • Red Dragon Comics (1947) #4
    • Red Dragon: The Garden of Paradise


  1. "Margaret Zangerle" Accessed 25 June 2014
  2. [ "From A Woman’s Perspective"], Accessed 25 June 2014.

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