Creator of Conan and Kull among others.
Earl Norem is an artist with a unique fine-arts style to his work within toy and comic-book illustration.
The 2nd Editor in Chief for Marvel Comics. Also a Writer and legendary creator. Creations include Wolverine, Carol Danvers, Ghost Rider, Vision, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Valkyrie, Morbius, Doc Samson, and Ultron. Roy has also worked for Archie, Charlton, and DC among others over the years. Currently edits the fanzine Alter Ego.
Barry Windsor-Smith is a British artist known for his unique linework and distinctive graphic style. He was the original artist for Marvel's Conan the Barbarian from 1970 to 1974.
Silvio "Sal" Buscema (born on January 26, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York) is an American comic book artist - primarily for Marvel Comics. He is the brother of artist John Buscema. He is also known as "Our Pal Sal" in the language of Marvel Comics' old "Bullpen Bulletins" page.
Boris Vallejo is an artist who primarily creates fantasy pieces. He often works with his wife, fellow artist Julie Bell, who also doubles as a model in a lot of Vallejo's work.
Swingin' Sammy Rosen was one of Marvel's principal letterers during the 1960's.
"Big" John Buscema was a comic book artist whose talent made him an industry leader throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s in such Marvel titles as Conan The Barbarian and The Silver Surfer.
Michael Golden is an American comic-book artist . He is best known for his work on Marvel's "The Micronauts" in the 70's, and "The Nam" in the 1980's. He also co-created "Rogue" in the 1980's for Marvel, and "Bucky O'Hare" in the 1990's for Continuity.
He was a comic book writer, penciller, inker & cover artist from the mid 1960s to the early 1990s.
Larry Hama is a comic book writer with numerous credits, notably in the titles Wolverine, Venom Finale, Nth Man the Ultimate Ninja, and both G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and its spin-off G.I. Joe: Special Missions.
Mike Rockwitz works as a colourist (and also writer and editor) for Marvel 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).
An American comic book writer/artist, known for his work on Thor, Fantastic Four and X-Factor for Marvel, and Manhunter and Orion for DC Comics.
He is a comic book letterer and artist for DC and Marvel comics. Sometimes credited as Jon Costa.
Filipino artist known for his work on the tabloid sized adaptation of The Bible and Swamp Thing for DC comics in the 1970's. He is the brother of artists Virgilio and Frank Redondo. He would later go on to work for Marvel in their animation department.
Writer and former editor for Marvel Comics.
Michael Higgins has worked as both a writer, letterer and editor.
Writer who worked for Marvel in the 70s.
Writer & editor for Marvel & Bongo during the 90s.
Comic book Legend who worked through the Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper and Modern ages of comics. Legendary creator of Hal Jordan, Iron Fist, Abin Sur, Atom, Guy Gardner and Sinestro to name a few.
Also called Tanino, Liberatore is an Italian comics artist and painter.
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.
Also known as DeMentia
Talented American artist; noted for having a realistic painting style.
Jeffrey Catherine Jones was an American artist and painter best known for her stunning painted covers from the early sixties to late seventies pulp paperbacks. Her comics work was sporadic but unforgettable.
Peruvian commercial and comic-book artist, who worked with both Marvel and DC Comics
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