Unexpexted Tales, by Gerry Talaoc 1973
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Gerry Talaoc is a Filipino artist, that went to work for the US market in the 1970s. Initially through Tony De Zuniga's studios, he contributed to DC's war and horror titles, including House of Mystery, The Unexpected, Weird War Tales and Unknown Soldier. In the mid-1970s, he was also present at Pendulum Press with comics adaptations of litterary classics. In the 1980s, he worked on several titles for Marvel Comics, such as 'Comet Man' and 'Alpha Flight', but he is best known for his work as an inker on 'The Incredible Hulk'. In the 1970s, he illustrated horror comics at DC.

Unexpexted Tales, art by Gerry Talaoc 1973
My Enemy The Stars (Weird War Tales #32, 1974)

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