A number of us were trying to tell stories. We called them continuities, not stories. They were more or less like the situation comedies on teevee today. I was trying for adventure, connected with romance. In 1929, I picked up [Captain] Easy. He was someone I could put some force behind. [The title character] Wash had been with a pal about like himself, and they couldn’t fight or anything. I even had to have some eunuchs in a harem help them out a bit, and that was going too far! Easy was what I needed, a two-fisted type.
Entrevista de 1969 a Roy Crane (1901-1977), creador de WASH TUBBS/CAPTAIN EASY, en Comic Mix
Roy Crane en la wikipedia
Artículo sobre Roy Crane de R. C. Harvey