22 Comics Panels That Always Work
And yes, you do know Wally Wood's work, even if you're not a comics fan. He did everything from Mad to the 1959 library editions of the Bobbs Merrill "Childhood of Famous Americans" series (fictionalized "biographies" of notable figures doing kids stuff that presaged their adult accomplishments—I was addicted to that tripe when I was about 10). And WW was the genius who took DareDevil out of yellow and brown and put him in red.
P.S. Jeff sez it wasn't him. Wonder who I was thinking of?