Bible Tales by Louis Ravielli
The Fall of Judah (Bible Tales for Young Folk #5, March 1954)

Louis Ravielli worked as a comic book artist from the mid 1940s through the mid 1950s. His 1940s work includes crime comics for titles like Underworld for D.S. Publishing and features like 'Atoman', 'Golden Girl', 'Ibis' for Fawcett, and 'Shaman and Flame' for Spark Publications. In the 1950s, he drew many crime, horror, romance, war and western features for Avon Comics, and was a regular at Timely/Atlas with religious, war, crime, horror and 3-D comics (a.o. in Battle Action, Marvel Tales, Strange Tales, etc.). He also illustrated the 'Captain Atom Fun-Comics' premiums for Acme Supermarkets through Nationwide (1950-51), and worked as a pulp book illustrator for Street & Smith.

Atlas Tales

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