Collection: Ralph Reese

Ralph Reese entered the comics field as a teenager, assisting Wallace Wood in his studio on comic book pages and Topps trading card artwork. Prior to contributing to Web of Horror, Reese was selling covers and interior art to Galaxy Science Fiction, then afterwards went on to do the “One Year Affair” for National Lampoon for several years, which was collected into a 1976 book. Reese spent five years at Continuity Studios in the mid-’70s doing a wide range of assignments, including commercial product artwork and comic strips. In addition to his work on mainstream magazines and comics, Reese also contributed to underground comics such as Drool, Bijou Funnies, Big Apple Comix, and Conspiracy Capers. He also drew the Flash Gordon newspaper strip for several years.