Born 1912, in Winnipeg, he was the co-founder of Maple Leaf Publishing in 1941.
He worked for a period in Disney Studios in California, U.S.A.
After returning to B.C. Miller apparently played a pivotal role in the launching of Maple Leaf Comics convincing magazine vendor Harry Smith to invest in the new company.
After Maple Leaf Comics ended operations he went on as a cartoonist for Vancouver newspapers and illustrator for Canadian Boy Magazine in the 1960’s.
He died in 1974.
PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY: Published by Maple Leaf Publishing. Black & white interior.
|Better Comics …: “The Iron Man”: …. Black & white.|
|2-1, April/May 1942: 19-26.||2-5, December/-January1942: 29-34.|
|Better Comics …: “The Adventures of Professor Miles & Bobby in the Earth Torpedo.” …|
|2-1, April/May1942: 3-10.||2-5, Dec./Jan 1942: 11-21.|
PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY :
Front: Better Comics, 2-1, Apr.-May 1942.
Guardians of the North: The National Superhero in Canadian Comic-Book Art, Writ., John Bell. National Archives of Canada, 1992. Print. Catalogue for the exhibit of the same name.
Vancouver Magazine (?) “NOW YOU’RE LOGGING: Bus Griffiths, Logger & Comic Strip Artist.” Writ., Peter Trower: 32+.