He was one of the mainstays of Marvel during the '70s. He created Deathlok and drew the cover for one of the first Conan comics I ever bought.
When I first saw his stuff in the 70s, it was usually as a replacement or fill-in for Kirby and Buscema on FF, Thor, Avengers, even Conan (#40, if I remember right), and his work often seemed like an amalgam of their styles (with maybe a dash of Adams thrown in for good measure), but I think that was what the higher-ups wanted from him at the time. I preferred his work on Black Panther and Deathlok, especially when he was inked by Klaus Janson, although it’s a pity that Deathlok didn’t quite fulfill its early promise.
Thor, Cap and Spidey by John Romita, Hulk and possibly Iron Man by Herb Trimpe, Daredevil and Conan by Gil Kane, Captain Marvel by Jim Starlin, Howard by Frank Brunner, and The Human Torch by John Buscema or possibly Rich Buckler
Wow! You're good Kail, very good. The Conan's inked by good ol' Ernie Chan. I think?
The Micronauts -- along with the X-Men -- was the other Marvel superteam book that epitomized the final flowering of Marvel in the Bronze Age. Unfortunately, the first 12 issues were by far the best. Great while it lasted.