Early work[ edit ] After graduation in , he unsuccessfully attempted to find freelance work at DC Comics ,  and turned then to Archie Comics , where he wanted to work on the publisher's fledgling superhero line, edited by Joe Simon. At the suggestion of staffers, Adams drew "three or four pages of [the superhero] the Fly ", but did not receive encouragement from Simon. While he did so, Adams said in a s interview, he unknowingly broke into comics: I started to do samples for Archie and I left my Fly samples there.
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