Out of Bounds, by Bill Rechin

Bill Rechin studied art at the Albright Art School in Buffalo, New York. While serving in the Army during the Korean War, he produced training material, graphic aids, film strips and animated cartoons. He later joined a major graphics studio in Washington, D.C. In 1975 he started working with Don Wilder and Brant Parker, with whom he created the successful comic strips 'Crock' (about the Foreign Legion) and 'Out of Bounds'.

Crock, by Bill Rechin

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