Golden age-Silver age Artist and Creator of well known characters such as Red Tornado and Dinah Laurel Lance (Black Canary).
Longtime DC editor.
Gerard F. "Gerry" Conway (September 10, 1952 - ) is an American writer of comic books and television shows. He is best known for co-creating the Marvel Comics vigilante The Punisher (with artist Ross Andru) and scripting the death of the character Gwen Stacy during his long run on The Amazing Spider-Man. He is also known for co-creating the DC Comics superhero Firestorm (with artist Al Milgrom), and for scripting the first major, modern-day intercompany crossover, Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man.
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.
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.
Frank Mclaughlin was a comic artist and inker primarily for DC comics as well as Marvel and Charlton.
Legendary comic book artist and editor.
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.
Colorist who has worked for DC Comics.
Multi talented and Award Winning artist. Most famous for his covers with DC. He helped redesign characters like The Flash and is responsible for giving him the more modern age look we have come to love.
A colorist and editor who has worked for several decades in the comic industry.
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.
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.
Tatjana Wood is a comic book artist.
Born in Germany, her given name was "Tatjana Weintraub", which was changed when she married Wally Wood. Tatjana attended the Traphagen School of Fashion in New York in 1947. In the 1950's she began work with EC on "Two Fisted Tales". In the 1970s, she worked on DC's "Animal Man". In 1971 and 1974 she won the Shazam Award for best colorist.
Gaspar Saladino is a letterer, primarily for DC Comics
Multi-Award Winning Comic Book Legend. George Perez has worked for both DC and Marvel. George is the creator of dozens of popular characters including Cyborg, Cheetah, Cheshire, Deathstroke, Raven and Starfire.
Writer and editor for DC Comics. Created characters such as 'Mazing Man, Mister E, The Calculator and Duela Dent. He was the Teen Titans writer from 1976-1978.
Anthony Tollin is widely known as a colorist for DC Comics.
Comic book artist who had worked for both DC and Marvel. Primarily during the 70's through the '90s. Also the co-creator of All-Star Squadron
Romeo Tanghal is a Filipino comic book artist who has worked primarily as an inker. He became well-known in the industry in the 1980s for his work on DC Comics' The New Teen Titans.
Long time Colorist at DC Comics having colored thousands of titles from the 1940's to the 80's.
Alan Gold was an editor for DC Comics.
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.
Former editor of DC Comics and founder of the Paradox Press imprint. He has also worked as a writer - the late 80's Shadow series with Bill Sienkiewicz and Kyle Baker being his most known work.
He is a comic book letterer and artist for DC and Marvel comics. Sometimes credited as Jon Costa.
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.
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