James Norman Hall (22 April 1887 - 5 July 1951) was an American author best known for the novel Mutiny on the Bounty with co-author Charles Nordhoff. During World War I, Hall had the distinction of serving in the militaries of three Western allies: Great Britain as an infantryman and then flying for France and later the United States. Charles Nordhoff (1 February 1887 - 10 April 1947) and James Norman Hall (22 April 1887 - 5 July 1951) collaborated on a large number of written works, notably their "Bounty" trilogy, accounting the tale of the mutiny on board the HMS Bounty and its aftermath, which included "Mutiny on the Bounty", "Men Against the Sea", and "Pitcairn's Island". Henry Carl Keifer was a prolific illustrator whose earliest published work appears to have been an adaptation of Thomas Bailey Aldrich's Story of a Bad Boy in 1928 and he illustrated more than sixty different comic series between 1935 and 1955. He was best known for Wambi the Jungle Boy by Fiction House - 1940-1948. He became involved with Classics Illustrated in the early 1940s and his work is both distinctive and stimulating. There are many examples of his work throughout the CI series. MORRIS WALDINGER was an artist, writer and letterer for several American comic book publications during the 1950s and 1960s. To the legendary Classics Illustrated series, he contributed Nordhoff and Hall's 'Mutiny on the Bounty', that appeared in 1952. He cooperated on several 'Wonderwoman' issues in the 1950s and 1960s, both as a scriptwriter and artist. He illustrated war, romance and western titles for Charlton, DC and Feature Comics. Waldinger was a letterer for DC from the 1950s throughout the 1970s.