The Evil Eye (Astonishing #33, June 1954)
Pablo Ferro was born in Cuba, and moved to New York as a teen. A self-taught animator, he began his career freelancing for New York companies like Academy Pictures and Elektra Studios, and eventually found a job with a studio that produced commercials. Through Stan Lee he briefly worked in the field of comics, contributing science-fiction stories to Atlas' Mystic comic book (1953-54).
In 1961 he became one of the partners to form Ferro, Mogubgub and Schwartz with animation stylist Fred Mogubgub, and in 1964 he formed Pablo Ferro Films. For over three decades he worked as a director, editor, producer and title designer, among others for Stanley Kubrick. His credits include such films as 'Dr. Strangelove', 'The Russians are Coming', 'Bullit', 'Midnight Cowboy', 'A Clockwork Orange', 'Men In Black' and 'Napoleon Dynamite'.