Gray Morrow (March 7, 1934 - November 6, 2001) was an American illustrator of paperback books and comics. He is best known as art director of Spider-Man between 1967 and 1970 and as illustrator
of the syndicated Tarzan, Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon and Prince Valiant comic strips, among others.
Gray first got into comic book work in the 1950s working for companies like Atlas and Classics Illustrated. In his vast and varied career,
Gray has worked in animation, men’s magazines, advertising, book covers, and much more including ghosting some top newspaper strips like Big Ben Bolt, Prince Valiant, and many more.
Morrow made his professional debut with an advertising agency and then worked for Timely, where he made an adaptation of 'Conan - The Elephant Tower', which remained unpublished. Serving in Korea during the war, he discovered
oriental art and became the main pin-up artist for his company.