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Herbert George Wells (1866 - 1946) was an English author now best known for his science-fiction novels, which include The Time Machine, The First Men in the Moon and The Invisible Man. American comics artist GERALD MCCANN contributed to the legendary Classics Illustrated series. McCann illustrated the adaptation of Alexandre Dumas's 'The Conspiritors', Jules Verne's 'Off on a Comet' and Francis Parkman's 'The Conspiracy of Pontiac' between in 1959 and 1960. He also cooperated on several special issues of the collection, such as 'Crossing the Rockies', 'Royal Canadian Mounted Police' and 'Men, Guns and Cattle'. GEORGE WOODBRIDGE attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, together with Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta. He was active in comic book art from the mid 1950s. He did art on war, mystery and western features for Atlas/Marvel and contributed to Gilberton's 'The World Around Us' and Classics Illustrated. Woodbridge was a versatile artist for MAD magazine, and appeared in nearly every issue since the March 1957 issue. Throughout his MAD years, Woodbridge also drew historical illustrations for books and magazines, and additionally did art on 'Masked Ranger' for Story Comics and 'Black Magic' for Feature Comics. American comics artist GERALD MCCANN contributed to the legendary Classics Illustrated series. McCann illustrated the adaptation of Alexandre Dumas's 'The Conspiritors', Jules Verne's 'Off on a Comet' and Francis Parkman's 'The Conspiracy of Pontiac' between in 1959 and 1960. He also cooperated on several special issues of the collection, such as 'Crossing the Rockies', 'Royal Canadian Mounted Police' and 'Men, Guns and Cattle'. GEORGE WOODBRIDGE attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, together with Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta. He was active in comic book art from the mid 1950s. He did art on war, mystery and western features for Atlas/Marvel and contributed to Gilberton's 'The World Around Us' and Classics Illustrated. Woodbridge was a versatile artist for MAD magazine, and appeared in nearly every issue since the March 1957 issue. Throughout his MAD years, Woodbridge also drew historical illustrations for books and magazines, and additionally did art on 'Masked Ranger' for Story Comics and 'Black Magic' for Feature Comics.

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