Additional sequence and art credit information from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo, 10/1/2006.
Possible Hartley art per Jim Vandeboncoeur Jr. via the Timely-Atlas Facebook page, who explains:
"I believe that the Black Rider and horse are both by Hartley. I get a strong sense of his pose and his inks. The rest of the cover is what I tend to think of as the generic Brodsky-esque house cover style."
Previous indexer credited Syd Shores.
Pencil & ink credits from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo (October 1, 2006). Original indexer gave pencil credits to Syd Shores and ink credits tentatively to George Klein.
JVJ Notes: I disagree with DocV here. I don't see Hartley pencils at all, but I'm not so firm on my ID of Sekowsky as to totally discount the Hartley entry. You might run this by Michael...
Page includes letters from Norman May, Douglas Bales, Bill Cohen and Mary Litell, Corral Clues and Cowboy Curiosities.
Previous indexer credited Al Hartley pencils and inks.
Publisher: Current Detective Stories, Inc.
Editor: Stan Lee
Managing Editor: Martin Goodman
Business Manager: Robert Solomon
Original indexer gave pencil credits to Syd Shores and ins credits tentatively to George Klein.
Previous indexer credited Al Hartley.
Pencil & ink credits from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo (October 1, 2006) based on artist signature on the story. Original indexer gave pencil & ink credits George Tuska.
Art credits from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo, 10/1/2006.
That last story above looks like Sekowsky submerged under a heavy handed inker. The problem is that Sekowsky/Rule is always very noticeable as Sekowsky so I'm adding question marks to both artists. - Doc V.
JVJ Notes: This is undoubtedly Sekowsky pencils. I'm doubtful about the Rule inks.