This is a very simple cover by Russ Heath, but very effective. The duochrome approach of limiting all colors to just red and yellow is arresting to teh eye–that red background is a like a stop sign when placed on a magazine rack among other publications. And the use of stats to have Harry’s figure duplicating and repeating is intriguing and somehow just a hair unsettling, but within the confines of the Comics Code. I have no earthly idea what the story is about, but this cover makes me want to flip the book open and find out. Heath’s work was always top flight, but when combined with a novel color approach such as this one–unbeatable!
All right, I got curious, so I pulled up the issue in question. The story “What Happened To Harry?” doesn’t feature any visuals all that similar to that depicted on the cover. In fact, it’s a slight story, penciled and inked by Pete Morisi. The author remains unknown.