Vanguard Illustrated #3 cgc 9.8 Al Williamson coverIn the early 50's Williamson worked on science-fiction and Western stories for publishers such as American Comics Group (AGC), Avon Publications, Fawcett Comics, Standard Comics, and, possibly, Toby Press. He began collaborating with Frank Frazetta, who often inked his work; and with Roy Krenkel, who often did backgrounds.During the mid 50's he work worked for EC until they cancelled most of the lines of books, mostly brought on by the comic code. He later worked for Harvey comics until the late 50's. He also helped launch Warren Publishing Creepy line of magazines.He was Well known for his inking, he won nine industry awards for Best Inker between 1988 and 1997.
Conan 2004 series
Various issues from the 2004 Conan and Conan of Cimmeria series, some signed by the original artistsThe original epic fantasy hero. One of the best-selling comics writers of all time, Kurt Busiek, who revitalized the superhero world with Marvels and Astro City, turns his attention to one of the greatest heroes of all time. Teaming with Cary Nord, whose stunning art redefines sword and sorcery with every panel, Busiek presents Conan's story from day one, in the manner it was meant to be told. Drawing only on the original Robert E. Howard stories, the legend of Conan is brought to vivid life for the modern audience.