Men's Adventures #11 (Dec 1951)
Born in Germany, Paul Reinman began his career during the American Golden Age of Comics. Among his early production were stories for National/DC Comics, featuring 'Green Lantern', 'Wildcats', 'Starman', 'Wonder Woman' and 'Thunder Agents'. He continued 'The Atom' from 1947 to 1949, succeeding the series' creator Ben Flinton and Jon Kozlak. His stories also appeared in Hillman's Crime Detective Comics, and in the publications of MLJ (Archie Comics), for which he drew among others 'Black Hood' and 'Hangman and the Wizard'. From 1949 to 1950, he did four stories of the daily 'Tarzan' strip.
His most notable work appeared in the Atlas war books from 1952 to 1953. For the same publisher, he did religious comics, such as 'The Temptation of Jesus' and 'The Fall of Jericho', as well as western, crime, humor and horror stories. He was Jack Kirby's inker on titles like 'Hulk', 'Avengers' and 'X-Men' in the 1960s. In mid-1960s, he became one of the main artists of Archie Comics' revived 1940s comics, including 'The Mighty Crusaders', 'Fly-Man', 'The Shield', 'Steel Sterling', 'The Web' and 'The Shadow'. In addition, he did art for companies like Tower Comics ('Thunder Agents') and ACG. During the 1970s, he was a colorist for Marvel, while continuing to work on mystery titles and on comics for Gold Key.