Albert William Tyler studied at the High School of Industrial Arts in New York City, and at the Art Students League. He has done comic book art through studios like Demby Studio, Funnies Inc and Bernard Baily's shop. He drew 'Superspy' for Centaur Comics in 1939. He did several features for Novelty and illustrated war stories for Timely/Atlas. He was a regular with Charlton Comics in the 1950s, doing crime stories for titles like Crime and Justice, Lawbreakers Supense Stories, Badge of Justice and Racket Squad in Action, as well as 'The Thing'.