inside front cover.
Perlin pencils and/or inks per Nick Caputo, January 2014.
Possible Perlin pencils per Nick Caputo, January 2014. Previous indexer credited Charles Nicholas.
Artist previously credited as Sam Glanzman
Perlin pencils and possible inks per Nick Caputo, January 2014. Previous indexer credited Bill Molno on pencils.
Trapani inks per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Vince Alascia.
Perlin pencils and possible inks per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Bill Molno on pencils and Vince Alascia on inks.
That this story rather abruptly stops without any real ending is attributable to the fact that it appears to be the beginning of a much longer story covering the entire "history" of the Civil War, drawn by Check and penned by an unknown author. Given the style of the lettering, as well as the panel composition/bordering, it was most likely part of the inventory that Charlton purchased from Magazine Enterprises in 1954-5 (check "Tell it to the Marines" for stylistic comparison). The very end of this longer story, "Lee's Surrender at Appomattox," appears in Charlton's Fightin' Marines #26 (August 1958). "The Fighting Man," which appears in Atlas' Battlefront #43 (November 1956) is also by Check and may well be part of the same underlying work, although if so it has been pretty thoroughly reworked by Atlas production to make it more consistent with their "look." No other segments of this longer story have as yet been either tentatively or positively identified.
possible Perlin pencils and Trapani inks per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Charles Nicholas on pencils and Vince Alascia on inks.
story begins on inside back cover and ends on back cover. Possible Perlin pencils and Mastroserio inks per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Bill Molno on pencils and Sal Trapani on inks.