“The teenager Jim Steranko began stealing an arsenal’s worth of guns and a small parking lot’s worth of motor vehicles. In February 1956, Steranko and a partner were arrested for the thefts, committed throughout eastern Pennsylvania, of twenty-five cars and two trucks. (He was careful to avoid criminal activity in his hometown. ‘None of the things we did were done in Reading, maybe one or two. I stole a submachine gun in Reading, but that was all.’)”
I had no idea Jim Steranko was so hard.