Josef Mandl ( 18 March 1874 Plzeň - 5 December 1933 in Prague )
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Ross Andru and Mike Esposito did the cover and splash page. Different POV. The WW in the air is rotated 180º. Wonder Woman #137 (April 1963)
Ross Andru and Mike Esposito art, scene mirrored, (not POV change-dock and skyline in same position) . Metal Men #1 (April-May 1963)
Our Army at War #64 (November 1957). Different POV. Tank color change. Kubert cover, Novick interior.
Joe Kubert redrew or redressed the artwork for the cover and splash page of Our Army at War #124 (November 1962)
Ross Andru and Mike Esposito did the cover and splash , reverse angle POV. Showcase #39 (July-August 1962)
|Same cover was used , with different colors, for Metal Men #42.|
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26 March 2015
Baa Baa Black Sheep (later syndicated as Black Sheep Squadron) was a television series that aired on NBC from 1976 until 1978. Its premise was based on the experiences of United States Marine Corps aviator Greg Boyington and his World War II "Black Sheep Squadron".
|Played on TV by Conrad Falk|
Boyington's exploits began with his time in the Flying Tigers, and he later was captured by the Japanese and held as a POW for a year and a half.
The July 1946 issue of Wings Comics (#71) had this five page tribute to him. Unknown artist and writer.
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25 March 2015
|Recently departed Irwin Hasen pencils and Bob Oksner inks on this same scene, redrawn in All-Star Comics #47 (June-July 1949)|
|Ross Andru and Jerry Grandenetti cover, Irv Novick interior. Different colors and POV. All-American Men of War #87 (September-October 1961)|
|Classic Comics # 30, September 1946. Don Rico art on both. No ring of fire on cover image, idol is rotated a little bit on splash.|
|Star Spangled Comics #85 (October 1948). Foreground figured revered, igloos on hill . Jim Mooney drew both.|
|Mooney again the next month. Artwork reused.|
|Star Spangled Comics #78 (March 1948). Jim Mooney on both--reused artwork|