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WILD BOY, No. 11, APRIL-MAY, published bi-monthly, by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 185 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago 1, Illinois. William B. Ziff, Chairman of the Board; B.G. Davis, President; Vice-Presidents -- Michael H. Froelich, Director Eastern Division; H. J. Morganroth, Production Director; Lynn Phillips, Jr., Advertising Director; H. G. Strong. Circulation Director. A.T. Pullen, Secretary-Treasurer. Herman R. Bollin, Art Director. Executive and Editorial Office, 366 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. Jerry Siegel, Director Comics Division. Single copies 10c. Application for second class entry pending at Post Office, Chicago, Ill. Subscription rates: In the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South and Central America and U. S. Possessions, $1.00 for 12 issues; in all other countries $2.00 for 12 issues. All communications about subscriptions should he addressed to the Circulation Department, 185 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago 1, Ill. The Publisher is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts or art work. Manuscripts or art work accompanied by self-addressed, stamped envelopes will be returned. No similarity between any of the names, characters, persons and/or institutions appearing in this magazine and those of any living or dead person or institution is intended and any such similarity which may exist is purely coincidental. PRINTED IN U.S.A.
Paul Hodge is credited to Wild Boy on pencils and ink by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and compared with signed work in various Marvel comics, this must be him, as the other possible, Frank Kramer credited by Vadebonceur to some other Wild Boy stories is quite different. The eyes here are placed far apart, and the ears are special and identical to signed Hodge art. Also the sideview of the face of the witch doctor compare favorable with Hodge work. His work has many similarities with Charles Raab, but Raab is not credited to Wild Boy.
Same art as the preceding story.
Irv Novick and Bernard Sachs are both credited to "Joe Barton" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and the faces in close up looking backwards, and with arched eyebrows are like Novick's work. The inking by Sachs match his credited work in early "Mystery in Space" #3.
Same art as on the other Wild Boy stories in this issue.