Astonishing, by Bill Walton
'Astonishing' #11 (Spring 1952).

William Walton was an artist who worked for American comic books during the 1940s and 1950s. In the late 1940s and early 1950s he worked through the Simon/Kirby Studio. He drew crime features as well as 'Bert and Sue' and 'Mr. Risk' for Ace Periodicals, 'Buck Ranger' and romance stories for Better Publications, stories for New Heroic Comics by Eastern Color Printing, romance stories for Feature Comics and horror for Fiction House. He was a regular on Lev Gleason's 'Black Diamond' as well as their crime titles in the first half of the 1950s. He was on the Atlas/Marvel staff in the second half of the 1940s doing humor features. Walton later did art on war, crime and mystery titles for the company.

War Comics by Bill Walton
'War Comics' #23 (January 1954).

Atlas Tales

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