He was a comic book writer and artist for Nedor & Marvel Comics.
Stan "The Man" Lee, Marvel Comics's legendary founder, is the writer and co-creator of such timeless characters as the Avengers, the X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, and the Hulk. In his words, "'Nuff said!" His best-known catch-phrase is New York's state motto, "Excelsior!!!"
Artist who worked in the early Golden Age primarily for Timely Publications, which would one day become Marvel, on comics such as the Human Torch, Captain America Comics, and Marvel Mystery Comics.
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.
Golden Age-Comic Legend who created both Namor and Daredevil. He drew for Atlas, Timely and Marvel Comics.
Carl Burgos was a golden age artist for Timely, Atlas and Marvel Comics and others.
Golden-Silver Age Artist who worked for Marvel and Timely Comics. Also the creator of the Blonde Phantom.
Writer, artist, editor for Timely Comics who worked as Timely's editor while Stan Lee was in the military. He worked primarily on the funny books such as Terry-Toons and Krazy Komics.
One of the top creator/writers of his time, who often teamed-up with Jack Kirby to form the first creative team that was recognized as popular with readers. AKA Gregory Sykes.
Golden Age artist who worked for Marvel/Timely, DC, and David McKay among others.
American artist and illustrator
Charles Nicholas is a pseudonym used by Jack Kirby, Charles Cuidera and Charles Wojtkowski.
Golden Age artist who worked for Timely Comics which later became Marvel during the 40s and 50's.
Mr. DC Comics: Creator of Batgirl, Barry Allen, and Wally West. American comic book artist and editor. One of the most prominent comic book figures of all time. He was also nominated in the Comic Buyers Guide Millenium Poll as the Best Penciller of ALL TIME!
Silver Age and Bronze Age artist best known for his Horror, War and Western Comics which he drew frequently for DC and Marvel.
Early Golden age artist who worked for Fawcett, Marvel, Street and Smith, among others before retiring in 1953. Older brother to writer Otto Binder.
A golden age artist.
Inker for many Golden Age and Silver Age comic books for Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
Bolle was born and raised in New York City. An inveterate doodler he remembers that as a child he drew on any scrap of paper he could find. He went to the High School of Music and Art.
And then served with the Army Air Force from 1943 to 1946. After the war, Bolle found work in the booming comic book industry while attending Pratt Institute to continue his studies where he graduated with honors.
Frank is one of the most prolific comic book artists of all time, with his career starting in
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Writer, artist who worked during the early days of the Golden Age for various publishers such as Novelty Press, Better, Archie, and Timely and National.
Writer, artist who worked for several publishers beginning in the early 40s and into the 50s.
Golden Age artist who created the first patriotic female heroine, "USA", and worked for a variety of publishers.
Cartoonist Will Elder said he found Wolverton's technique "outrageously inventive, defying every conventional standard yet upholding a very unusual sense of humor. He was a refreshing original," while Jules Feiffer stated, "I don't like his work. I think it's ugly".
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