Gray Morrow was an illustrator and cartoonist who toiled virtually unheralded in the industry for more than fifty years. I noticed recently that he had no major presence on the Web and, in spite of already having five other blogs to deal with, I felt obliged to fix that. The intent right now is not so much to write volumes on the man but to showcase his art. Gray's work is notable for its realistic style, even in colorful sci-fi settings. His men were macho, his women buxom. His version of Batman actually had eyes that you could see through those little slits! He did comic book westerns in the fifties, war stories and TV cartoons in the sixties, superheroes and horror in the seventies, newspaper strips including TARZAN and BUCK ROGERS in the eighties and nineties, children's books, paperback covers and movie posters. He did all of these as well or better than anyone before or since.