Irving, or Irv, Spector has been mainly active in animation, but he has also done comic book art during the 1940s and 1950s. He was present at Timely during the mid-1940s with cartoon and funny animal work, including the 'Little Lionel' feature in Krazy Krow. He ghosted for Al Fago for a while, and was furthermore contributing to Better Publications' titles like 'Lucky Duck' and 'Supermouse'. Other credits include Charlton's 'Punchy the Black Crow', Croyden's 'Simple Seagull' and a variety of Trojan titles during the first half of the 1950s. From 1951 to 1954, he illustrated the syndicated 'Coogy' strip for the New York Herald-Tribune. Spector has done animation work for several studios, most notably Fleischer/Famous Studios and Hanna-Barbera.