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.
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.
Longtime DC editor.
The longtime editor of Superman during the Silver Age, co-creator of Aquaman, Roy Harper and Green Arrow as well as the 80-page Giant comic book.
Stanley Rawinis was born on November 24, 1916 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York to immigrant parents, Stanislaw Anton Rawinis and Angeline (Zurinski) Rawinis.
Wayne Boring was a comic illustrator during the Golden and Silver Age.
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.
Al Plastino was an artist best known for his work on the Superman family of books. Most notably he was the artist that drew the first appearance of Kara Zor-El, Supergirl in Action comics #252 and the first appearance of the Legion of Super-heroes in Adventure comics #247
Comic book and animation writer credited with the 1987 revamp of Captain Atom along with artist Pat Broderick.
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.
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.
A typewriter / word processor lettering system.
Jerome Siegel is the legendary co-creator of Superman and much of the supporting cast and mythology.
Legendary comic book artist and editor.
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.
Inker for many Golden Age and Silver Age comic books for Marvel Comics and 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.
Artist who worked for both DC and Marvel including long runs on the Superman titles. Sometimes credited as Frank Monte.
Writer and editor who has worked for DC and Marvel. Elliot is known for his extensive work on Superman. He has also written novels about Superman and Generation X.
Under appreciated co-creator of Batman and Robin and Green Lantern along with the most notable DC characters ever, Bill Finger began writing during the Golden-age of comics. He has been inducted into the Eisner and Jack Kirby Hall of Fames. He also has an award named after him.
Previously the Senior Vice President/Executive Editor of DC Comics. Received the Wizard magazine "Man of the Year" award for 2003 for his work on the DC lineup. He started in 2002 and is currently Co-Publisher along side Jim Lee. He is also a writer.
Anthony Tollin is widely known as a colorist for DC Comics.
Understated creator for DC and Marvel. Co-creator of Metal Men, Rick Flag, The Punisher and Jigsaw. Worked as an editor, penciler and inker.
Real name; Jean-Claude Rochefort. Canadian comic book writer and tv screenwriter.
Inker and letterer from the 1940s to the 1980s for Marvel and DC.
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).
Legend and creator rights advocate.
Neal Adams was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1998, and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1999. Co-Creator of classic characters Ra's al Ghul, John Stewart and Man Bat (to name a few).
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