Cover previously credited to Norman Saunders per David Saunders, Norman Saunders' son, via e-mail (January 6, 2008). Changed to Allen Anderson per David Saunders, Allen Anderson's biographer and foremost authority on his work. There is some confusion on the Norman Saunders website, but this is from a new list made by David Saunders, with credits to all the painted covers of G.I. Joe (April 2011).
Henry Sharp is credited to G.I. Joe by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and the artwork is identical to credited stories in "Amazing Adventures" #4 and "Nightmare" #10. Very large mouth when shouting, scribbly inking, broad grinning faces with big ears, and much funny cartoon style movement.
Henry Sharp is credited to G.I. Joe by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and the artwork is identical to credited stories in "Amazing Adventures" #4 and "Nightmare" #10. Notice the large ear of Meatball in sideview on page 3 and 6.
* Steinar Ådland writes: The lady wrestler, laughing faces and some low horizons must be Infantino, and he is credited by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, but he uses much more inklines than this.
* Ger Apeldoorn writes: Giacoia nose in last panel?
The artwork here looks very much like Novick's work on Johnny Cloud in DC's All-American Men of War, and he is credited to G.I. Joe on both pencils and ink in 1950-54 by Jerry Bails' Who's Who.
This inking reminds me of Sachs' DC work on Mystery in Space, especially the eyes, and faces with lines on the forehead.
Faces in close up looking behind them, are by Novick.