Drawings of Doom! (Mystery Tales #50, Feb 1957)
Ted Galindo attended the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and worked as a comic book artist during the 1950s and early 1960s. He was a contributor to Marvel titles like Astonising Comics, Journey Into Unknown Worlds, Mystic, Spellbound, Uncanny Tales and World of Fantasy. He was present at Charlton with art on 'Blue Beetle', 'Rocky Jones, Space Ranger' and stories for Space Adventures and Out Of This World. He did art on the western comics 'Lone Ranger' (Dell) and 'Masked Ranger' (Story Comics), and in 1959-60 he drew 'The Fly' for Archie Comics. During the 1950s he was worked at Tom Gill's studio.
Several panels from Galindo's romance comics were used by Roy Lichtenstein for his paintings 'Forget It! Forget Me!' (1962) 'Kiss II' (1962), 'Kiss III' (1962) 'Masterpiece' (1962) and 'I Know How You Must Feel, Brad...' (1963).