Doll Man comes to the end of his run embracing the horror boom of the early Fifties.
These attributions to William Woolfolk come from my seeing his style in the scripting; I haven't seen the pages of his notebook that, if I'm correct, record these stories.
"Q" is a writer I can't name, who wrote quite a lot for Quality in the Fifties: war, horror, some Robin Hood, some Daniel Boone; not to mention Blackhawk just before DC took over the title. UPDATE: I'm replacing the letter with the writer's name, now that I've figured out who he is: Robert Bernstein.
As for IDing the artists on these stories, I'm throwing my hands in the air and walking away.
Doll Man Writers 1952-53
|Feb/52||#38||The Druid Death||William Woolfolk|
|House of Vampires||Woolfolk|
|Doll Man and the Voodoo Master||Woolfolk|
|Apr/||#39||The Death Drug||Woolfolk|
|The Sinister Safari||Woolfolk|
|Ticket of Terror||Woolfolk|
|June/||#40||Doll Man and the Giants of Crime||Woolfolk|
|The Mysterious Mr. Magnet||Woolfolk|
|The Bleeding Statue||Woolfolk|
|Aug/||#41||The Headless Horseman||Woolfolk|
|Darrel Dane's Bodyguard||Woolfolk|
|The Beast Man||Woolfolk|
|The Spectre in Steel||Woolfolk|
|Diary of Death||Woolfolk|
|Dec/||#43||The Thing That Killed||Woolfolk|
|The Emerald Eye of Evil||Woolfolk|
|The Raiser of the Dead||Robert Bernstein|
|Wanted: Darrel Dane||Bernstein|
|Apr/||#45||The Man with the Iron Face||Woolfolk|
|The Killers from X-T-B-2||Woolfolk|
|The Doom Box||Joe Millard|
|June/||#46||The Monster from Tomorrow||Millard|
|Flame of Evil||Millard|
|The Killer Hawks||Millard|
|Oct/||#47||Midget of Murder||Dick Wood|
|The Mad Hypnotist||Wood|
|Crime's Mr. Magic||Wood|