Ramona got work in cartooning shortly after graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York. Her husband is Dana Fradon a New Yorker cartoonist. It was comic book letterer George Ward who was a friend of Dana's who took Ramona's samples and helped land her a job.
Ramona began working in comics in 1950, which at the time for a woman to be working in the comic book business was very unusual. She is the first female to work on superhero's in comic books. Ramona Fradon is a pioneer comic book artist responsible for revamping the modern day Aquaman in his appearance in Showcase #30 which she penciled and inked. She is also the co-creator of Metamorpho. Also responsible for Jayna, Gleek and Zan on Super Friends as well as a slew of other characters.
She eventually handed off the Aquaman title, to Nick Cardy. Aquaman then became it's own series when she decided to leave DC comics.
Characters Created by Ramona Fradon