A Golden Age editor who is most famous for persuading M.C. Gaines to print Superman in Action Comics #1.
One of the biggest creators in Comic Book History! Legendary writer responsible for (Batgirl) Barbara Gordon, Spectre, Hawkman, Atom, Adam Strange, Hawkgirl, Zatanna, The Justice League of America, The Justice Society of America, Martha Wayne, Thomas Wayne, and the Flash.
Golden age artist primarily for DC. Co-creator of the comic strip Dondi.
Writer sometimes credited as John Osgood or Edgar Ray Meritt whose career spanned from the 40s to the 70s, establishing superheroes such as the Flash and Green Lantern for DC.
Arthur Peddy is a Golden Age comic book artist who worked for many different publishers in the 40's and 50's. He has been credited with the creation of the superheroine known as Phantom Lady.
Paul Levitz has been with DC Comics since 1972. Former President and publisher, and has now gone back to write the Legion of Super-Heroes for the third time.
Whitney Ellsworth was the first Editor for many groundbreaking titles with DC. He is responsible for making the call that kept The Joker alive in Batman issue #2 back in 1940. An artist, writer and editor during the Golden Age of comics.
An artist for many of the early Marvel and DC Comics. He started out with penciling old horror comics for Marvel-predesasor Atlas Comics and DC Comics. In his later years he worked as an editor and a publisher at DC Comics/MAD.
Mr. Oda worked with Simon & Kirby in the 1940s and 1950s, did title lettering for Mad and other EC Comics in the 1950s, did a lot of DC work through the 1970s and into the 1980s.
Golden Age-Silver Age comic book writer, artist and publisher. Real name is Wallace Allan Wood. He is the co-creator of Powergirl, Mister Fear and Matador.
Sheldon Moldoff is a legendary comic book artist for DC comics. Not the most polite guy to meet and not outgoing to fans. Moldoff co-created Poison Ivy, Mr. Freeze, Batwoman, Clayface (Matt Hagen) and the original Batgirl.
Tatjana Wood is a comic book artist.
Born in Germany, her given name was "Tatjana Weintraub", which was changed when she married Wally Wood. Tatjana attended the Traphagen School of Fashion in New York in 1947. In the 1950's she began work with EC on "Two Fisted Tales". In the 1970s, she worked on DC's "Animal Man". In 1971 and 1974 she won the Shazam Award for best colorist.
Bob Layton is best known for his works on Iron Man and Hercules at Marvel and for being the Editor of Valiant comics during its peak.
Elizabeth "Liz" Berube (Born Elizabeth Ann Safian) is a comic book artist and colorist, best known for her work at DC Comics, especially on romance titles.
Jack Able was an inker for many Marvel and DC Comics in the late 1950's till the 1970's.
Gerard F. "Gerry" Conway (September 10, 1952 - ) is an American writer of comic books and television shows. He is best known for co-creating the Marvel Comics vigilante The Punisher (with artist Ross Andru) and scripting the death of the character Gwen Stacy during his long run on The Amazing Spider-Man. He is also known for co-creating the DC Comics superhero Firestorm (with artist Al Milgrom), and for scripting the first major, modern-day intercompany crossover, Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man.
Al Milgrom is a comic book writer, illustrator (pen and inks) and editor for Marvel Comics. He co-created Firestorm with Gerry Conway in 1978. He was Marvel's editor for the majority of the 80's, until being fired in early 2000 after insulting former editor Bob Harras in a phrase hidden in a comic. He has since been working for Marvel again and other comic book companies.
Gaspar Saladino is a letterer, primarily for DC Comics
Comic book writer and illustrator best known for his work on the Legion of Super-Heroes and Justice League International.
Influential artist, creator of Space Ghost.
Ernesto "Ernie" Chan was a Filipino-American comic book artist probably most well known for his work on the various Conan the Barbarian properties for Marvel. He also worked on Batman and Detective Comics for DC.
A golden aged artist who worked for National/DC in the 1940s. Notable for his work on Flash, All-Flash and All-Star Comics.
The unquestionably supreme colorist for DC Comics titles- notably: Batman, Detective Comics, and The New Teen Titans, among others.
He was an artist who drew Wonder Woman from her inception in 1941 till his death in 1958.
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