Jerry Grandenetti

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  • Formerly titled All American Western
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  • Golden Age War series published by DC
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  • Prototype of Sgt. Rock
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  • Cover art by Jerry Grandenetti
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  • DC begins publishing G.I. Combat title
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  • Prototype of Sgt. Rock
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  • Classic cover art by Jerry Grandenetti
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  • 1st appearance of Gunner & Sarge
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  • Prototype of Sgt. Rock
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  • 2nd appearance of Gunner & Sarge
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Sgt. Rock
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  • 1st full appearance of Sgt. Rock
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  • 1st appearance of Ice Cream Soldier
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  • 1st appearance of Pooch
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  • 1st full appearance of Sgt. Rock
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  • 1st appearance of Zack Nolan
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  • 1st appearance of Big Al, Little Al and Charlie
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  • Middle image: Whaam! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower image: Interior panel illustrated by Russ Heath that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein attribution
  • Lichtenstein also lifted two panels from the story 'Aces Wild!' illustrated by Russ Heath and written by Hank Chapman for his paintings Blam (1962) and Brattata (1962)
  • Lichtenstein also swiped the lower right illustration on the cover art by Jerry Grandenetti for the painting Jet Pilot (1963)
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  • Middle image: As I Opened Fire (1966) by Roy Lichtenstein - the panel is an example of a 'Triptych' which is an art term to define a piece that is divided into three sections
  • Lower image: interior panel illustrated by Jerry Grandenetti and written by Robert Kanigher was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Lichenstein also lifted the background art from a panel in 'Target Destroyed - Maybe' illustrated by Russ Heath for the painting, Okay, Hot Shot Okay! (1963)
  • Another panel in 'Target Destroyed - Maybe' was used in the painting Bratatat! (1963)
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  • Lower left image: Arrrrrff! (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jerry Grandenetti that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 1991, Arrrrrff! sold for $425k in a Christie's auction
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  • Lower left image: Torpedo...Los! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jack Abel and written by Bob Haney that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation
  • In 1989, Torpedo...Los! sold for $5.5 million in a Christie's auction
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  • 1st appearance of Nightmaster, later forms the mystic team Shadowpact
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  • 1st appearance of Prez Rickard, the first teen president of the United States