Paul J. Reinman entered comics in the 1940s at All-American Comics (which later merged into DC Comics) working on such characters as the Golden Age Green Lantern, Wildcat, The Atom, Starman and Wonder Woman. He also worked for MLJ on the Black Hood, the Hangman and the Wizard. Golden Age work for Timely Comics included Human Torch and Sub-Mariner stories in Captain America Comics and elsewhere. He worked in other genres for Marvel’s 1950s predecessor, Atlas Comics.
In the late-1950s, Reinman became a frequent inker of Kirby’s work in Strange Tales and Journey into Mystery, as well as on the espionage series Yellow Claw. He would eventually ink Kirby on numerous landmark Marvel books, including Incredible Hulk #1, X-Men #1-5, and Avengers #2, 3 and 5.
In 1965, Reinman and Jerry Siegel created The Mighty Crusaders for Archie Comics’ short-lived superhero line. He also produced work for the American Comics Group, and remained active through at least the mid- 1970s, penciling Ka-Zar #1 (Jan. 1974) and assisting John Romita on the pencils of Amazing Spider-Man #132 (May 1974). [source: en.wikipedia.org]