In it, Marc Swayze himself recounts how he got the Mary Marvel job.
"They had sent me several sketches of a flying hero in a red suit," he recalled. "I didn't let on that I didn't know the name of the character."
When editor Ed Herron told him, "We couldn't distinguish your art from Beck's," Swayze asked, "Who's Beck?"Well, I guess that settles that! There's a lot more interesting stuff in the article, like C.C. Beck recounting that one of the secrets to Captain Marvel's success is a very sparing use of superheroics, which I'll undoubtedly talk about in the future!