Stan "The Man" Lee, Marvel Comics's legendary founder, is the writer and co-creator of such timeless characters as the Avengers, the X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, and the Hulk. In his words, "'Nuff said!" His best-known catch-phrase is New York's state motto, "Excelsior!!!"
Joe Maneely was a comic book artist, best known for his work at Atlas (later Marvel) comics. He died at age 32 in a train accident, just before the birth of Marvel Comics.
Artist who worked for Marvel/Atlas during the 50s. Primarily a penciler but also inked his own work. Jack Kirby gave him his first start at a very early age.
A comic book creator mostly known for his work on war related comics.
Golden Age-Comic Legend who created both Namor and Daredevil. He drew for Atlas, Timely and Marvel Comics.
Artist on many of the early Marvel Comics and DC Comics in the 1950's.
Gene "The Dean" Colan was a legendary comic book artist whose career spanned from 1944 to 2009. He is the co-creator of Blade and The Falcon.
Mr. DC Comics: Creator of Batgirl, Barry Allen, and Wally West. American comic book artist and editor. One of the most prominent comic book figures of all time. He was also nominated in the Comic Buyers Guide Millenium Poll as the Best Penciller of ALL TIME!
Legendary artist & creator rights advocate involved in the creation of Robin and the co-creator of the Joker. In 2004, he was inducted to the Comic Book Hall of Fame. Jerry Robinson was the president and is the founder of the Cartoonists and Writers Syndicate/Cartoon Arts International.
Jack Able was an inker for many Marvel and DC Comics in the late 1950's till the 1970's.
Prominent Golden Age Artist of Atlas Comics, Timely Comics and Marvel Comics. Also a co-creator of Black Widow and the Crimson Dynamo.
Silver Age and Bronze Age artist best known for his Horror, War and Western Comics which he drew frequently for DC and Marvel.
Artist who worked for Marvel/Atlas, as well as other companies during the 50s.
Artist who worked for various companies during the 1950s.
Artist who worked for Atlas/Marvel in the 40s and 50s.
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