Nansi Hoolahan was a colorist and letterer who worked for DC Comics.
Sometimes spelled Destephano.
His work went from Little Orphan Annie to Batman
Golden age-Silver age Artist and Creator of well known characters such as Red Tornado and Dinah Laurel Lance (Black Canary).
An American comic book artist and writer.
John William Ely Jr., credited as "Bill Ely" or "Will Ely" was a pulp magazine artist and comic book artist. He also drew the newspaper green Hornet strip.
He is most notably known for the creation of the Batman and the Outsiders series and many of its characters. He has also written Batman stories that have been adapted to several forms of media, as well as written for all four incarnations of Star Trek in one form or another.
Writer who worked for DC and Marvel in a career spanning from the 50s to 80s, winner of the 2005 Eisner Award for Excellence in Comic Writing. Legendary creator of such characters as Beast Boy, Doom Patrol, Deadman, Polaris and others.
Writer who worked for Marvel during the 60s.
Golden Age artist.
Golden age artist/creator who created the Riddler and is responsible for the 1948 redesign of the Batmobile. He was also an uncredited "Ghost" artist for Bob Kane for many years. Sprang was also a notable explorer in Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.
Cartoon-style artist who worked in comics during the 90s.
Editor, fill-in writer for DC and First during the 80s and 90s.
A Letterer from the 1950s and 1960s.
A writer, penciler, inker and letterer from the 1950s to the 1970s.
A letterer for DC Comics who worked on Adventure Comics in the late 1970's.
Golden Age Editor.
Letterer for DC in the early 40s. Also worked for Prize and Mainline.
The only writer in comics who could keep pace with Jack Cole.
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