Journey into Mystery, by John Giunta
I saw a demon! (Journey Into Mystery #40, Nov 1956)

John Giunta was an illustrator of comic books from the 1940s through the 1960s. He cooperated on horror titles like 'Tomb of Terror', 'Chamber of Chills' (Harvey), 'Journey into Mystery' and 'Weird Tales' (Marvel). In 1944, he drew the first comic adaptation of O'Henry's 'Cisco Kid', published by Bernard Bailey/Swappers Quarterly. In the early 1960s, he was a regular artist on 'The Fly' for Archie Comics. He also cooperated on titles like 'Thunder Agents', 'Air Fighters Comics' and 'Phantom Stranger'.

The Fly, by John GiuntaThe Fly, by John Giunta

Last updated: 2008-07-04

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