On Gold Key's TV tie-in The Wild, Wild West #3, here's yet other Sal Trapani ghost that I can identify. Try to unimagine the Trapani inks; apart from the poses, the faces of James West in the second and sixth panel are probably the places where José Delbo's style best shows through. Delbo's first work in the U.S.A. was in 1966 at Charlton and Dell; he didn't show up at Gold Key without Trapani inks until around 1970, so I think we can assume that these are ghost pencils paid for by Trapani.
On his blog Lee's Comic Rack Lee Hartsfeld has identified Bill Molno as Trapani's ghost on issue 4. After that issue, I have yet to ID the pencillers.
Leo Dorfman uses captions like A startling moment later... and In the next astonishing moment... throughout the series.
The Wild, Wild West—written by Leo Dorfman
|June/66||#1||Outlaw Empire||a: Alden McWilliams|
|Nov/||#2||The Phantom from the Past||a: McWilliams|
|June/68||#3||The Stolen Empire||p: José Delbo i: Sal Trapani|
|Dec/||#4||Montezuma's Gold||p: Bill Molno i: Trapani|
|Apr/69||#5||The Night of the Tongs||p: ? i: Trapani|
|July/||#6||Maximilian's Treasure||p: ? i: Trapani|
|Oct/||#7||The Night of the Buccaneer||p: ? i: Trapani|