Warfront #36 - Al Williamson art

Warfront v1 #36 featuring Dynamite Joe, 1965 - Not only do two GIs find out they're in enemy territory, but they're tasked with blowing up a grounded missile gone awry. Different sources have different attributions to this brief story. At the very least, Al Williamson  drew the layouts and perhaps some of the pencils. Regardless, the artwork is abysmal. The drawings are amateurish and the layouts are poorly constructed. Williamson's usually sophisticated style is near unrecognizable. Also included in this issue is a one-page Goodyear ad by Neal Adams, which appears in several Harvey comics of the era. Other artists in this issue include Jack Sparling and George Tuska. This is number 1 of 1 Warfront issues with Williamson art and/or covers.
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"Warhead" Williamson story pencils and inks 5 pages = *

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