Craig Boldman asked in the other Jerry thread:
>>In your CBG article on Camp Wack-a-Boy, the panel from issue #102, pictured on the bottom of page 98, looks like a Neal Adams panel to me. Was it? And which issues of Jerry Lewis did Adams do?<<
Good eye. Adams took over Jerry’s art (and covers) with #101. Oddly, credits had become a staple of the series for the past few years until that point, when Arnold Drake was writing and Bob Oksner was drawing, but when Adams took over, the credits stopped.
My eye is not so keen that I can say specifically who did what–it’s possible Adams did some inking or someone else inked Adams for some issues, as it gets harder to see his work in some issues. But I think #107 was his last issue.
BTW, around issue #71, another great artist, Mort Drucker began doing some covers and interiors. In some cases, his art is easy to spot, and in others, I have a harder time. Oksner was such a great draftsman, with many of the same strengths as Drucker, to my eye, that it’s hard for me to be sure on some issues (since there aren’t credits provided). The art was always a strength of the series.
— Craig Shutt