A Gold- Silver and Bronze age artist and a Legendary creator who developed such notables as Mystique, Spider Woman, Phantom Girl, Brainiac 5, and Hellstorm. Also worked under the Pseudonym Jay Noel.
Artist who worked for many publishers during the 40s and 50s.
Artist that worked for several publishers in the 40s.
Golden Age artist who created the first patriotic female heroine, "USA", and worked for a variety of publishers.
Writer, Artist and creator of Richie Rich, Hot Stuff and Stumbo the Giant.
Comic book hall of fame member, Golden Age artist, and publisher who estimated that he drew over 1500 pages for various companies.
Influential comic creator, editor, and cartoonist who was the founding editor of MAD Magazine. In 1989 Kurtzman was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame.
Artist for Archie Comics and co-creator of Madame Satan, the Hangman, & Sam Hill, Private Eye
Bob Fujitani was born in 1920. He was a half-Japanese, half-Irish comics artist who studied at the American School of Design in New York City.
Bob has done comics art for a variety of publishing houses from the early 1940s:
Avon, Dell, Gold Key, Harvey and others.
Early Golden age artist who worked for Fawcett, Marvel, Street and Smith, among others before retiring in 1953. Older brother to writer Otto Binder.
George Appel is a comic book creator.
This was the Pen Name of Artist Japanese American Golden Age Artist George R. Mabuchi who worked for various comic book publishers in the 40s and 50's.
Prominent Golden Age Artist of Atlas Comics, Timely Comics and Marvel Comics. Also a co-creator of Black Widow and the Crimson Dynamo.
Writer and comic book hall of fame member who worked at Fawcett Comics, DC, Marvel, Gold Key, and Quality Comics. He co-created Supergirl and the Legion of Super-heroes.
Artist who worked for Marvel/Atlas in the 50s among others.
Writer, artist who worked in the early Golden Age for a variety of publishers including work on early issues of Archie Comics, Police and Military Comics for Quality, and the Human Torch for Timely.
Artist who worked for several publishers in the 1940s Notably Archie/MLJ and Marvel/Atlas/Timely.
Golden Age artist who worked during the 40s and 50s for Fawcett, Better, and a variety of other publishers.
Pre-Golden Age writer, artist who worked for National Allied Publications, Harvey, and Dell in the 1930s who went on to work as editor for Youthful and Trojan Comics in the 50s.
Artist, writer who worked for several publishers in the late 30s, early 40s.
Golden age artist who penciled and inked for Action Comics.
Golden Age artist.
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