Versatile DC comic writer of many genres, such as superhero, war, horror & mystery among others and the brother of Henry Boltinoff. He was also an editor and executive editor while at DC Comics. Sometimes credited under the pen names of Bill Kelley, Al Case, Bill Dennehy and Wesley Marsh.
An artist for many of the early Marvel and DC Comics. He started out with penciling old horror comics for Marvel-predesasor Atlas Comics and DC Comics. In his later years he worked as an editor and a publisher at DC Comics/MAD.
Longtime DC writer, editor who began in the Golden Age and continued through the 80s.
Writer, artist who began working in comics in the 40s and worked into the 50s.
Writer who worked for a variety of publishers beginning in the 1950s.
Artist who worked for DC Comics during the 70's and 80's, primarily on their horror/mystery titles. Often credited as 'Rubeny'.
Argentine comic book artist. Worked in his native Argentina for years, best known in the US for his cover work on DC horror and western titles in the 1970's.
Comic Book Artist who started working with Will Eisner before joining DC Comics where he drew hundreds of War and Horror comics in the seventies. He worked freelance for many other publishers later in his career.
A Filipino comic book artist. Penciler, inker and letterer who worked with both Marvel and DC comics.
Filipino Artist who worked for Marvel and DC during the 70s and 80s.
Legendary comic book artist and editor.
Mr. Oda worked with Simon & Kirby in the 1940s and 1950s, did title lettering for Mad and other EC Comics in the 1950s, did a lot of DC work through the 1970s and into the 1980s.
Editor and writer.
A writer and editor, primarily known for his work at DC Comics.
D.C. writer and editor who worked on Superman, Inferior Five, Secret Six, Shazam!, and the Legion of Super-Heroes. He maintained the continuity of Superman for over 20 years.
A writer who wrote for the Superman Family of comics in the Silver and early Bronze age of comics.
Eufronio Reyes Cruz was an Artist that worked at DC and Marvel in the 70s and 80s.
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.
A Filipino comic-book artist. He worked with both Marvel and DC Comics, where he co-created the characters Jonah Hex and Black Orchid.
Ernesto "Ernie" Chan was a Filipino-American comic book artist probably most well known for his work on the various Conan the Barbarian properties for Marvel. He also worked on Batman and Detective Comics for DC.
Artist most known for his Horror and War comics at DC during the 1960's and 70's.
Writer and editor, Len Wein created famous characters such as Swamp Thing, Human Target and Wolverine. Editor-in-Chief of DC Comics during Crisis on Infinite Earths and Watchmen.
Filipino artist who worked for DC comics in the 70's and 80's. He as also used the alias, Quico Redondo numerous times. He is the brother of artists, Virgil & Nestor Redondo.
Filipino comic-book artist who worked with DC and Marvel Comics amongst others.
Paul Levitz has been with DC Comics since 1972. Former President and publisher, and has now gone back to write the Legion of Super-Heroes for the third time.
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.
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