Stu Shepherd


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P-61 Black Widow Caught In The Web Poster

P-61 Black Widow  Caught In The Web Poster By Stu Shepherd


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P-61 Black Widow Caught in the Web by Stu Shepherd - 8.00" x 6.00"



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P-61 Black Widow Caught in the Web by Stu Shepherd

The P-61 Black Widow was built by Northrop to become the most powerful night fighter of World War II. Though the size of a medium bomber, the Black Widow's power and manueverability were unmatched for night fighters and could compete well with the best day fighters as well. The P-61 was too late for glory - by the time it was deployed to Europe and the Pacific enemy aircraft were few and far between. This is "Midnite Madness", a P-61A of the 548th Night Figther Squadron based on the island of Iwo Jima in April, 1945. Flown on a routine CAP mission by Capt. James W. Bradford, R/O Lt. Larry Lunt, and Gunner Sgt. Reno Lukow, 'Midnite Madness" used its powerful nose radar to lock in on a Japanese intruder - a Betty bomber...

About the Artist - Stu Shepherd

Stu Shepherd

Stu Shepherd has been an aviation illustrator for nearly twenty years. His work is mostly known by box cover art on aircraft model kits made by Revell and Monogram models, for whom he has done over 150 images. Stu has also worked in the Computer Game and Internet Community industries. While the main body of his work revolves around aviation subjects, he is also creates art in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Genres, with his strength in spaceship design and environments. He lives in Modesto, California.

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