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WORLD'S FINEST COMICS (1941-86) #323
NM-: 9.2
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PUBLISHER: DC
COMMENTS: glossy! white pgs
last issue; Cowan cover (kind of a bizarre story)
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glossy! white pgs
last issue; Cowan cover (kind of a bizarre story)



Artists Information

Richard "Dick" Giordano was an American comics artist and editor whose long and prosperous career included introducing Charlton Comics' "Action Heroes" stable of superheroes and serving as executive editor of DC Comics. He worked on a wide range of titles over the years, including Batman, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, Teen Titans, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Action Comics among countless others. His style was very much in the Neal Adams mold, making him a popular go-to artist in the 70s and 80s.

Cowan gained prominence as the primary artist on The Question, a comic book series written by Dennis O'Neil. His other comics credits include the Batman story arc "Blind Justice" in Detective Comics #598–600. Cowan was the penciller on the latter half of the 1990 Deathlok miniseries, published by Marvel Comics.

Alfredo Alcala was a Filipino comic book artist known for his illustration in "Alcala Komix Magazine" and also his 1963 creation "Voltar", which led him to more international popularity. In 1971 Alcala began to work for both DC and Marvel Comics on horror and fantasy titles. He was one of the artists on the licensed movie tie-in series Planet of the Apes. In the early 1980s he penciled the Star Wars newspaper strip and inked comic books such as Conan the Barbarian over John Buscema's pencils and inked Don Newton's pencil artwork in Batman.