Adams pencils and inks per Nick Caputo. Matthew Head originally credited Nick Cardy with pencils and Dick Giordano with inks. Head also notes that the cover is not listed on Adams' checklist on nealadams.com. but Nick notes that the index is incomplete.
As noted on The Comic Reader #77 (1970), Sergio Aragones supplied the plot for the three interlocking stories.
Per Neal Adams himself from a Web page: "Sergio wrote and penciled this story. (He usually gets a little help on the dialogue near the end.) I asked if I could draw the story but I am so in love with Sergio's straight forward storytelling and direct messaging I asked him if I could ink his pencils and only tighten them up a little bit so that both of our natures could be seen. I love this job for all the above reasons and had a wonderful time doing it. A classic."
As noted in The Comic Reader #77 (1970), Aragones supplied the plot for the interlocking stories.
As noted in The Comic Reader #77 (1970) Aragones supplied the plot for the interlocking stories.
Final page is a wash drawing with no color.
A "Twice-Told Tale" is what is now known as an "Urban Legend." Art credits from Jim Bain via the GCD Errors list. Script and art credits also listed in The Comic Reader #77 (1970).