Publisher and Editor of the Fox Feature Syndicate line of Golden Age comics.
One of the Golden Ages most noted artists, Lou Fine, stood out from many of his contemporaries thanks to the level of detail and accuracy of his work.
Writer, colorist who worked for Hillman and Fawcett in the early 40s.
Artist who worked for Fawcett, Marvel, and Prize among others during the 40s and 50s.
George Tuska was an artist for Marvel during the 1970's.
Golden Age artist. A.K.A. Alex Boon.
Artist who worked for Archie and several other publishers during the 1940s.
One of the top creator/writers of his time, who often teamed-up with Jack Kirby to form the first creative team that was recognized as popular with readers. AKA Gregory Sykes.
Artist and writer who worked throughout the 30s, 40s and 50s primarily for Prize, Fox, and Lev Gleason.
Golden and Silver Age Legend; Writer, Creator and Editor. He's worked on just about every known DC title from Batman to Wonder Woman. Robert is also the co-creator of Poison Ivy, Black Canary, Wonder Girl, Metal Men, Suicide Squad and The Flash as well as hundreds of DC War Comics.
Argentinian artist who, along with brother Louis, worked for a variety of publishers including DC/National Periodicals, Fox, and Harvey.
Artist who worked for several publishers during the early 40s.
Artist that worked for Fox and Archie in the 40s.
The Ed Wood of Comic Books or a unique outsider comics visionary? Find the work and decide for yourself. Hanks' pseudonyms include Henry Fletcher, C.C. Starr, Charles Netcher, Hank Christy and Barclay Flagg.
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