Sal Amendola was the artist on several Marvel, DC and Archie titles in the 1970s. He started his comics career in 1969, doing stories for Dick Giordano's 'Witching Hour'. At DC, he went on to do coloring, lettering, as well as page headings. He also did artwork on such series as 'Batman', 'Green Arrow', and some 'John Carter of Mars' stories. He cooperated with Curt Swan on the comic adaptation of the third 'Superman' movie. He became Giordano's assistant editor in 1970. Later on, he worked at Sol Harrison and Jack Adler's production department, before he joined Marvel. He soon returned to DC however, where he drew 'Batman' again. He also did some 'Archie' comics, as well as storyboard art. Amendola began teaching at the School of Visual Arts in 1974, and later on at the Joe Kubert School.