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.
Ruben Moreira was a Golden Age comic artist.
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.
Legendary artist and creator responsible for the creation of Nightwing, Supergirl, Titano and a slew of other popular DC characters. Well known for his work on Superman, Action Comics, Superboy, Jimmy Olsen and the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Golden age artist primarily for DC. Co-creator of the comic strip Dondi.
Bob Brown was an American Comic Book Artist. His Career spanned from the 1940`s - 1970`s. His most notable works were, Space Ranger, Challengers of The Unknown, Daredevil and Super boy. Co-Creator of Talia Al Ghul and Multi-Man.
John William Ely Jr., credited as "Bill Ely" or "Will Ely" was a pulp magazine artist and comic book artist. He also drew the newspaper green Hornet strip.
Frank Frazetta had the unique ability to create images of larger-than-life characters that become indelibly etched in our memories.
Canadian comic-book penciller, best known for his work on DC Comic's Superman. He later worked for Marvel and Gold Key Comics, amongst other publishers.
Stanley Rawinis was born on November 24, 1916 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York to immigrant parents, Stanislaw Anton Rawinis and Angeline (Zurinski) Rawinis.
Alias Ull Mann
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.
Golden Age and Silver Age artist.
Howard Purcell was an American comic-book artist and writer who worked during the Golden Age and Silver Age of comics.
Ray Burnley was a Golden Age comics illustrator.
Artist of "The Phantom" newspaper strip for over 30 years.
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).
Comic book artist whose works were mostly humorous in nature. Some of his strips were in the Golden Age Action Comics. His brother is Murray Boltinoff.
Artist who did inking for DC during the Golden Age.
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