Issues 6 and 7 of Dell's TV tie-in F-Troop look at first as if they use the statted art process seen in I Dream of Jeannie. On second look, although the facial poses of each male lead are repeated over and over (in these illustrations from #6 it's Forrest Tucker as Sergeant O'Rourke), each is redrawn--traced?--anew in the inking. That the figures take the same pose and position in each panel suggests that penciller Bill Fraccio was told to facilitate this process.
All these panels appeared farther apart throughout the comic, although these two were on the same page:
This art is in the same style as the Dell monster superheroes and the Warren stories drawn by "Tony Williamsune," so I'm sure Bill Fraccio pencilled F-Troop. In fact, I don't know if I've seen Tony Tallarico's own pencils at all in Sixties comic books.
written: D. J. Arneson; pencilled: Bill Fraccio; inked, lettered: Tony Tallarico
|Aug/66||#1||Don't Cross Your Bridges|
|The Buffalo Hunter|
|What Goes Up...|
|Feb/67||#3||Off the Track|
|The Devilish Divining Rod|
|The Camel Corps|
|Apr/67||#4||The Wind Wagon|
|The Nightmare Night March|
|Happy Birthday Hekawis|
|The Salt and Peppered Mine|
|Aug/67||#7||The Clown Prince's Visit|