It seems unthinkable to me that today this name has
faded from people's minds, and if you mention it your
most likely to get a response of "who's that?" He was,
in my opinion, one of the greatest comic book illustrators
who ever lived, dwelling in graphic Olympus with the
likes of Frazetta, Kirby, Williamson and others. Since
his death in 1981, less people become familiar with
his work, though I'm sure most people have seen something
drawn by him without knowing it. Here on my personal
webpage, I've created a simple GALLERY
of the man's work, spanning from the early 50s to the
80s. I hope you find something you like, and remember.
Wally Wood and one
of his many characters, Snorky, from "Sally Forth."