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Dwight Graydon "Gray" Morrow (7 March 19346 November 2001; age 67) was a comic book artist.

He got his start in the comics industry in the mid-1950s after serving in the military in the Korean War, he began working on Gilberton's Classics Illustrated line and then on Stan Lee's Atlas line of comics, both as an anonymous artist. Over the years, he began illustrating for a number of science-fiction magazines, including Galaxy and If before returning to comics in the mid-1960s. He worked for the various big companies including DC, Marvel, and Archie Comics. During this time, he worked on a number of syndicated comic strips, including "Prince Valiant", "Secret Agent X-9", "Flash Gordon", and then took over "Buck Rogers" in 1979", and illustrated the "Tarzan" Sunday strip from 1983 through his death in 2001, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his own home.

Morrow is well known for his 1978 graphic novel, The Illustrated Roger Zelazny and his work as art director for the "Spider-Man" series from 1967 through 1970.

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