William Michael Wenzel (January 22, 1918 – May 12, 1987〔(William Wenzel ), Social Security Number 116-07-7883, at the Social Security Death Index via GenealogyBank.com, and (via FamilySeartch,org ). Note: Source gives only "May 1987" as date of death. Retrieved on January 31, 2014.〕 was an American cartoonist best known as a widely published good girl artist for men's magazines.
Bill Wenzel was born in Irvington, New Jersey〔Chun, Covey, p. 16〕 His parents were from Hungary.〔 In 1941 Wenzel was drafted into the Army.〔
His bawdy cartoon spot illustrations were published over the course of several decades, from such publications as ''Judge'' in the 1940s to ''Sex to Sexty'' in the 1960s and 1970s, and particularly for the Humorama division of publisher Martin Goodman's variously titled corporations. Wenzel's work, which featured busty, big-eyed, yet innocently risque young women, was published in such magazines and digests as ''Gaze'', ''Joker'', ''Jest'', ''Comedy'', and ''Stare''. Most captions were written by the artist himself.〔 In 1967 Wenzel drew illustrations for the book ''Coffee, Tea or Me?'' that, according to the author Donald Bain, "contributed significantly to the book's success".〔Chun, Covey, p. 21〕
In 1979, after having lived almost 30 years in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, Wenzel and his family moved to Naples, Florida, where he died in 1987〔 of lung cancer.〔
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