Monday, June 25, 2018
Number 2198: The Eye Sees...and speaks!
Schneider’s artwork on “The Eye Sees” is crude. Luckily Schneider got better. He joined the staff at Fawcett. He was in the Army during World War II, then came home and continued his art career. Eventually he got into painting covers of men’s magazines. I have a couple I scanned out of the book, Men’s Adventure Magazines, published by Taschen. It looks like he used the same model for all his females, but that isn’t unusual for artists.
David Saunders has an excellent capsule biography of Schneider on his Pulp Artists website.
The story is from Detective Eye #1 (1940).