At the time of Larry Eikleberry's 1979 portrait of layout artist and art director Herb Hazelton (1930-2002), he had been the head of Filmation's layout department on the "Star Trek" and "Space Sentinels" series.
After a brief gig at Grantray-Lawrence's "Spider-Man" series, Herb had started with the original Filmation crew in 1966. His Filmation credits included "Superman", "New Adventures of Batman", "Aquaman", "Superboy", "The Young Sentinels", "She-Ra, Princess of Power", "Flash Gordon" and "Blackstar" series and the Journey Back to Oz feature.At Hanna-Barbera he contributed to "Tom and Jerry Kids", "Droopy", "Screwball Squirrel" and "Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures", and Turner Feature Animation's Once Upon A Forest feature. For DIC he worked on "The Super Mario Brothers Super Show" and "Camp Candy", and he worked for Ruby-Spears, New World, Universal and Adelaide. At DreamWorks he was credited on the Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron and Road to El Dorado features.