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Title
One Shots
PublisherFox Feature Syndicate | Date: | Lang: English
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   By RickDeckard525
Ummmm, I am not going to say it for fear of being wrong and because I can find no evidence on the Internet to support it, but does anyone else think that the artist is totally obvious? My guess has a D in it.
   By RickDeckard525
And a k
   By RickDeckard525
And a t
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And an o
   By RickDeckard525
I hope someone replies soon, because I can't sleep now.
   By RickDeckard525
And an I
   By RickDeckard525
Well in that case it is Mort Meskin, and I'm pretty sure about that when I look at the women. But I don't know when Ditko started inking for Kirby shop and I still think he had something to do with it. It is the cute little nose accents that throw me off. Mort and Kirby usually try to pretend the nose doesn't exist because it is hard to draw, but it always seems to be Ditko's favorite part. If I was inking for those guys I don't think I would be able to resist tweaking the noses a little bit. They don't look like Simon inks either--the line depth is too sloppy. Almost... Amateurish. I say mort pencils ditko inks. I have no idea what is happening on the cover though, and I haven't looked at the other stories, so they might still give me clues. I am on the case!
   By RickDeckard525
The girl on the cover has a freakishly pinched stomach, but the rest of her appears to be totally healthy. That is an Eisner-ish deformity, but I am not very familiar with those guys. Whoever did the cover did the other two stories and the filler looks like mort again--either self inked or by someone else. Whew, I would be curious to hear from someone who is more familiar with Eisner and his colleagues. I don't think that will give us any clues, though. Does anyone know of an early Ditko ink I could check out?
   By RickDeckard525
This falls into the Thick of his most intricate stuff and I looks he was doing work for a bunch of different publishers, including something called Arnold book company, but no fox. I still think it is mort. Perhaps self-inked, or by someone I don't know. As I look through I don't think I see him doing anything for fox, but it might be a reprint or something else weird.
   By JVJ
Just not good enough for Meskin. Here he is at Prize the same month: /?dlid=27741 I think the first story here is Charles Nicholas & an inker. FWIW. (|:{>
   By RickDeckard525
Your right. Ditko cites mort as his biggest influence, but the resemblance doesn't come close to this mystery guy. I can't believe Steve never saw this and drew the way he did.
 
Additional Information
 
PublicationSeptember 1951 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 36 | Frequency: bi-monthly | Editing: Victor Fox
 
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NotesOnly the first page is reprinted in Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds (Charlton, 1956 series) #5.
 
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