One of my favorite Bill Molno splash pages, from a March, 1958 Charlton Fightin' Air Force comic. Molno likely did his own inks for this one. Looks like it, anyway.
More Molno where that came from: Bill Molno war comic splash pages, at Lee's Comic Rack
Yes, nowadays I read war comics, mostly musty Charltons (Army War Heroes, Battlefield Action, Fightin' Navy, War at Sea, and so on). I love the art, and the stories are fun so long as you accept them as good-guys-vs.-bad-guys wish-fulfillment fare and refrain from reading too much political meaning into them. They were for young male readers in search of a lot of Taka Taka! Budda! Budda! and Vooosh! (I think that's how "Vooosh" was spelled.) It's hard to logically fault the war comics of my youth for being 1) one-dimensional, 2) pro-U.S., or 3) not very dovish. People died in them. Things blew up. Nazis and "Commies" were depicted in a less than favorable light. Macho behavior abounded. Everything was over in about five or six pages, counting the "splash." At Charlton, the close of a piece was marked by "End." They saved money by leaving out the "The."
P.S.--Oh, and I forgot Screeecchhh!