|Artist(s):||Al McWilliams, Penciller|
|Al McWilliams , Inker|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Title Page|
|Added to Site:||2/22/2018|
Terrific title splash original artwork for Fight the Enemy #2 page 25 (Tower, 1966) by the talented team of Russ Jones (writer) and Al McWilliams (pencils and inks). This opening somber scene for the story, "The Silent Service," features Lt. Commander Garrison and his crew as they watch a German Destroyer slowly sink into the icy depths of the Atlantic Ocean from the deck of their submarine just after they slammed two torpedoes into her side. They search in intense anticipation for a mysterious and powerful newly built battleship the German's have added to their sea arsenal after the sinking of the infamous Bismarck. And, the hunt is on! This is Silver-Age war artwork at its finest, written and illustrated by two rather unknown, yet highly skilled talents. Large, twice-up art in excellent condition with image size measuring 12" x 18." http://www.archangels.com/catalog-detail.php?id=4083
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