Cutest Villain Ever
I know... it's a consistent mistake. Gene D'Angelo's the colorist on this issue but I doubt it was his fault. Back then the colorist's job was to pick the colors from the guide and send hand colored photocopies to the presses. It was ultimately little old ladies cutting out pieces of color film that made comics look the way they did. Hence, offset coloring and rosy faced Creepers. Those workers didn't give a damn who these characters were... they were comics for kids... get 'em out the door...HURRY!
Imagine having to color a Barry Winsor-Smith X-men comic, cutting out all those little pieces of different colored wires and rain drops and leaves.