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Artwork is very similar to other fillers in same series credited by JVJ, and Andru is also credited to "Wild Boy" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who.
Tentative artist ID by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr., and Hames Ware, in ALTER EGO No. 42, November 2004, p. 19.
Art credit from JVJ at Digital Comics Museum.
Originally credited to Gerald McCann, but his art is much darker in inking and old faces with long noses and small chin. McCann had some "Wild Boy" stories, but not this one. Prentice is credited to "Wild Boy" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who.
Art ID by JVJ at Digital Comics Museum
Irv Novick and Bernard Sachs are both credited to "Joe Barton" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and the faces with lightning eyebrows are like Novick's work. The inking by Sachs match his credited work in "Mystery in Space" #3.
Art ID from JVJ at Digital Comics Museum.