My opinion is that Reinman peaked too early. He went on from this to do the best war stories for Stan Lee in 1951/52. In that work I feel he reached an almost Bernie Krigstein like level, two years before Krigstein did). Sadly, there was no industry supporting his talent at that time. He went on to do some more good work in the early fifties, but lost whatever momentum he had at the end of that decade.
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