After the smashing success of Casper the Friendly Ghost in cartoon and comics, every company decided to put a small, cheerful boy spirit into the lineup. Homer the Happy Ghost was Atlas’ version of the little moneymaker. Homer had Dan DeCarlo on pencils and inks; and when you’ve got DeCarlo, you’ve got a lot. And, not for nothing, Stan Lee wrote the scripts. Enjoy.
DeCarlo is best remembered as the artists that established the “house style” for Archie Comics, modernizing the strip after the Bob Montana reign. He also created Josie and the Pussycats and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. His style is easily recognizable and extremely pleasing.