The main four writers were Paul S. Newman, Jack Miller, Martin Smith, and Richard Kahn. A while ago SangorShop asked me if I could extrapolate Smith's stories for other companies from these. So far I haven't, but serendipity led me to find some of Richard Kahn's work at a company where he hadn't been known to write—Timely/Atlas/Marvel-to-come.
The writing for the next batch of Kent Blake stories seemed likely to be by the same writer, but suddenly, as Blake goes back into uniform and to Korea, the sound effect "Pi-toon" for cannon fire turns up frequently, and I haven't seen in in Kahn's later war stories for Trojan—so I'm still considering those Blake stories.
The artist on these stories is Tom Gill.
Richard Kahn scripts on
Kent Blake of the Secret Service—Part 1?
|Sep/51||3||Terror in Tibet|
|The Stolen Plans|
|Nightmare in China|
|Jaws of Justice|
|The Limping Man|
|Jan/52||5||Condemned to Death|
|The Man with Two Faces|
|Mar/||6||Tunnel of Death|
|Blood on the Sand|
|Deadlier Than the Male|