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.
Frank Kelly Freas was an American artist and painter. Known as one of the greatest fantasy art painters of all time, his works garnered scads of awards and included everything from comics to record albums. One of his most famous paintings graced the cover of Queen's News of the World album.
One of the few women working in comics in the Golden and Silver Ages, Marie Severin is a Harvey and Eisner award winning artist. Her brother is comic book artist John Severin.
Prolific writer for Marvel in the Seventies, creating such titles as Howard the Duck and Omega the Unknown, among others.
One-time Editor in Chief at Marvel, Wolfman is probably best known for his work on Marvel horror books such as Tomb of Dracula as well as Crisis on Infinite Earths and the Teen Titans for DC. Inducted into the Eisner Hall of Fame in 2011.
Alan Kupperberg was an American comics artist who has worked on both comic books and comic strips.
American artist noted for his realism.
Christopher J. Priest (born James Owsley) has written almost every major character published. Priest is also the first African American writer in comics, as well as the first African American editor.
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.
Writer who worked for several publishers, primarily DC, through the 70s.
Michael Joseph Pellowski is a writer who began his comics career in the 1970s. Prior to comics Pellowski was a professional football player with the New England Patriots, from 1971-1973. Pellowski has also worked as a teacher, in the subjects of art, heatlh, and philosopy.
An artist during the Silver and Bronze age of comics.
Mike Ploog is a comic artist and movie animation creator. He has been working in the graphic novel industry for over 40 years, helping create such characters as Ghost Rider.
Jean Thomas was a writer for Marvel Comics in the early 1970's.
American comics author, creator of the first american strip about African-American young people "Lookin' Fine", and of the strip "Curtis".
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).
"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.
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.
Charles Nicholas is a pseudonym used by Jack Kirby, Charles Cuidera and Charles Wojtkowski.
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