Rick Amor, comic artist
After a little digging I confirmed that the Rick Amor from Falcon comics, is indeed the Famous Australian painter Rick Amor, and Tina Amor was wife.
Amor rejoins his old jugband as a guitarist and meets Tina Schifferle,1 the
washboard player. In September he moves in with Tina in a shared house in
Hawthorn and begins full-time employment at the Public Works Department’s
survey section as a field assistant. Amor and Schifferle marry on 27 November.
Amor’s professional relationship with Brown ends abruptly. Amor finds work
illustrating five English educational comics for Macmillan Publishing Company,
which he compiles with his wife Tina, and receives a Visual Arts Board Grant from
the Australia Council. The dismissal of the Whitlam government in November marks
the commencement of his involvement with the Australian Labour Party and the
Trade Union movement.
Also this from here,
Amor worked in the mid-'70s as an illustrator and cartoonist. He had moved with his wife and two children to a cottage at the residence of Daryl and Joan Lindsay in Baxter, Victoria, and there he wrestled with his conviction that art should be engaged with life, the private and the political.