>>Note this was my first experience with the "bait and switch" cover as a child. I only realized when I got home that only the cover was done by George Perez, the interior was done by some hose.
I can't name the penciller because there's no distinguishing them under the scratchy, careless hand of Frank Chiramonte, in my mind the worst inker, ever. He makes Vince Colletta look passionate. (and Colletta could sometimes look like he gave a shit--a few Kirby THOR stories here and there)
And yeah, Perez introduced me to the phenomenon as well. DIAL H FOR HERO, for instance. DC had him doing half their covers during that time for exactly that reason. And I also was bothered when, even when he did the inside art, the inking was never the equal of Perez' own either. I find it interesting that, when Perez inks himself, the shading is very sharp and contrasty, and the blacks are heavily, and very well, spotted. Whereas those inking him have lots of open space and largely eliminate the deep blacks. Which weakens him and makes his work start looking...I don't know how to describe it except the way I thought of it in the 80s. "This looks very Michael Jackson," I'd say. I think all the perms he liked drawing had something to do with that.