1919 - 2006

Writing as: Joe Gill

According to Wikipedia: 'Joseph P. Gill (July 13, 1919 – December 17, 2006) was an American magazine writer and highly prolific comic book scripter. Most of his work was for Charlton Comics, where he co-created the superheroes Captain Atom, Peacemaker, and Judomaster, among others. Comics historians consider Gill a top contender as the comic-book field's most prolific writer. Per historian and columnist Mark Evanier, Gill "wrote a staggering number of comics. There are a half-dozen guys in his category. If someone came back and said he was the most prolific ever, no one would be surprised."'

Series Books
Agent V Mystery in Morocco (ss) (1956)
  Missing Message (ss) (1956)
  Elimination by Appointment (ss) (1956)
The Six Million Dollar Man No Way Out (ss) (1976)
Sam Spolo [creator]
Tim Bennett [creator]