Legendary, Golden-Silver Age Inker. One of the artists who worked on many titles in the DC line-up at their infancy.
The unquestionably supreme colorist for DC Comics titles- notably: Batman, Detective Comics, and The New Teen Titans, among others.
Dennis "Denny" O'Neil has been an influential writer and editor for Marvel and DC for almost 40 years. His notable writing includes legendary runs on Batman and Green Arrow/Green Lantern as well as Daredevil, Iron Man, Azrael, Catwoman, and The Question. He is known for infusing mature themes into comics.
Legendary Golden Age Artist.
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.
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.
He is a comic book letterer and artist for DC and Marvel comics. Sometimes credited as Jon Costa.
Longtime DC editor.
Under appreciated co-creator of Batman and Robin and Green Lantern along with the most notable DC characters ever, Bill Finger began writing during the Golden-age of comics. He has been inducted into the Eisner and Jack Kirby Hall of Fames. He also has an award named after him.
Bob Kane, Legendary artist and co-creator of Batman (co-creator Bill Finger). He was inducted into both the comic book industry's Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1994 and then the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1996.
Legendary comic book artist and editor.
Todd Klein is one of the most recognized names in comic book lettering and has worked on hundreds of titles. He is mostly known for his work at DC/Vertigo, including his critically acclaimed lettering on Neil Gaiman's The Sandman. He has won numerous awards including the Eisner award for Best Letterer several times.
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.
Mr. DC Comics: Creator of Batgirl, Barry Allen, and Wally West. American comic book artist and editor. One of the most prominent comic book figures of all time. He was also nominated in the Comic Buyers Guide Millenium Poll as the Best Penciller of ALL TIME!
Legendary Inker, famously known for his work on Flash, Green Lantern, Batman and Detective Comics. He studied at the Art Student League alongside Joe Kubert. Mr. Giella received the Inkpot award in 1996. Also worked as a Ghost Artist for Bob Kane in the Batman comic strip.
Chuck Dixon is a popular comic book writer most commonly known for his work on Airboy, Punisher and many Batman related titles.
Longtime editor of the Batman books for DC, 1997 Eisner award nominee for best editor. He also had a long stint writing Batman Gotham Adventures.
Golden age artist/creator who created the Riddler and is responsible for the 1948 redesign of the Batmobile. He was also an uncredited "Ghost" artist for Bob Kane for many years. Sprang was also a notable explorer in Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.
Former writer and editor of the Batman line of books for DC and currently the Art Director at Space Goat Productions.
Writer. Wrote for Congo Bill.
Editor at DC Comics.
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).
Graham Nolan is a comic artist who commonly works with Chuck Dixon and is the co-creator of the mighty Bat-Villain BANE!
He was a gifted, prolific and influential artist and writer of both comic books (Detective, Captain America), and the long-running airborne adventure comic strips Scorchy Smith and Johnny Hazard.
Legendary artist & creator rights advocate involved in the creation of Robin and the co-creator of the Joker. In 2004, he was inducted to the Comic Book Hall of Fame. Jerry Robinson was the president and is the founder of the Cartoonists and Writers Syndicate/Cartoon Arts International.
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.
Jerome Siegel is the legendary co-creator of Superman and much of the supporting cast and mythology.
Gregory Rucka (born November 29, 1969) is an American writer of novels and comic books.
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