Legendary artist for DC Comics. Working since 1939, Nick Cardy has worked on some of the earliest, most notable, DC issues. Cardy served as the lead artist for DC from 1970-1975. He also served in World War II and received the Purple Heart for being injured.
Jim Aparo was an American comic book artist, known for his extensive work on major DC Comics characters such as Batman and Aquaman. He is acclaimed for art on legendary Batman stories A Death in the Family and Knightfall, and for a lengthy run on The Brave and the Bold.
Longtime writer for DC, co-created Teen Titans, Metamorpho, and Doom Patrol. He also had an extraordinary run on The Brave & the Bold of over 100 issues. Won the '68 Alley Award for Best Full-Length Story.
Versatile DC comic writer of many genres, such as superhero, war, horror & mystery among others and the brother of Henry Boltinoff. He was also an editor and executive editor while at DC Comics. Sometimes credited under the pen names of Bill Kelley, Al Case, Bill Dennehy and Wesley Marsh.
Legendary comic book artist and editor.
Writer who worked for several publishers, primarily DC, through the 70s.
Writer. Wrote for Congo Bill.
Longtime DC writer, editor who began in the Golden Age and continued through the 80s.
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.
Wrote the second longest run of The Amazing Spider-Man. Only Stan Lee wrote more.
Editor and Writer. Currently is freelance.
Comic Book Artist. Mostly working for Charlton and DC Comics.
Legend and creator rights advocate.
Neal Adams was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1998, and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1999. Co-Creator of classic characters Ra's al Ghul, John Stewart and Man Bat (to name a few).
The unquestionably supreme colorist for DC Comics titles- notably: Batman, Detective Comics, and The New Teen Titans, among others.
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.
Editor, Writer and Creator during the Golden Age. Edited all the Batman Comics during the 40's & 50's and did all of DC's Public Service Announcements. Also a co-creator of Tommy Tomorrow & Starman (Ted Knight).
Bob McLeod (born August 9, 1951 in Tampa, Florida) is an American comic book artist best known for co-creating the New Mutants with writer Chris Claremont.
Under appreciated female pioneer artist in the male dominated comic book industry. One of the first females to draw Superheroes in comic books! Ms. Fradon worked on Aquaman & is credited as co-creator of Metamorpho. Working through the Golden, Silver, Bronze and Modern-Age of comics.
Milton Snapinn was a Letterer for DC Comics.
Longtime conventional and digital letterer, Illustrator, and digital designer.
American artist and inker
Long time Colorist at DC Comics having colored thousands of titles from the 1940's to the 80's.
Howard Purcell was an American comic-book artist and writer who worked during the Golden Age and Silver Age of comics.
Legendary Writer and Creator who worked for Marvel and DC during the 60s sometimes credited as R. Berns. Creator of General Zod, Metallo and Aqualad.
Artist who began working in comics in the 1940s and continued on into the early 1980s working for a variety of publishers.
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