Fantastic Voyage - Wally Wood art

Fantastic Voyage  v1 # (no number), 1966 - Based the 20th Century Fox film, this one-shot comic was published in the same year of its premiere. Wally Wood, in his first attempt at film adaptation, delivers a surprisingly monotonous work. Figures are rendered stiffly within uninspired layouts. Even his penchant for drawing voluptuous women is largely absent (censorship perhaps?). One saving grace is his fine detailing of laboratory equipment (panel 3, page 6) and the ship's console (panel 1 page 14). Dan Adkins more than likely assisted. A Fantastic Voyage cartoon would debut two years later with its own accompanying comic book series. This is number 1 of 1 Fantastic Voyage issues with Wood art and/or covers.
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Wood story pencils (Dan Adkins inks) 30 pages = **

Fantastic Voyage - Wally Wood silver age 1960s gold key movie comic book page art
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  1. If I recall correctly, Adkins actually pencilled this and Woody just inked it.

  2. That would explain a lot, given he had a lot of help during this period. I've been unable to verify this fact via my sources but I'd be curious where you got this info.

  3. Was in an interview with Adkins, possibly in COMIC BOOK ARTIST. It's verified at GCD, also.

  4. Adkins says it was mostly inked by Tony Coleman: