The general layout and Spy Smasher, Bulletman, and Mr. Scarlet figures taken from Mac Raboy's cover for America's Greatest Comics (Fawcett, 1941 series) #1. Minute Man from that cover had been modified into Green Lama. Captain Marvel from that cover has been replaced by the Captain 3-D figure from Captain 3-D (Harvey, 1953 series) #1 by Jack Kirby, Mort Meskin, and Steve Ditko.
Wessler credit per Robin Snyder's biblio in The Comics, vol 24, no 3, March 2013.
All Paul Gustavson credits verified and courtesy of Terry Gustafson, Paul's son.
Description of the contents of Captain 3-D #1
10 pages of art printed sideways, two to a comic page. Mostly in pencil. Unpublished art intended for Captain 3-D #2.
Art recreation by Bill Black.
Recreation of Bullseye origin story in Bullseye #3. Between the 2nd and 3rd pages of the previous sequence.
Pencils and inks credits from Greg Theakston. Letters credit identified by Greg Theakston and later Harry Mendryk on the Jack Kirby Museum web page http://kirbymuseum.org/blogs/simonandkirby/archives/2369, 31 October 2008 (retrieved 15 December 2014).
Gattuso is credited on inking this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and this is the only story that has some of his gaping faces, and many faces also look like Battefield's work.
Article about British comics artist Denis McLoughlin and his career.