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).
Jim Lee is a Korean-American artist and writer, who shot to fame with Marvel titles such as X-Men in the 90's. He created Wildstorm under Image Comics, which he later sold to DC Comics where he acted as Editorial Director. In 2010, he became Co-Publisher of DC Comics.
Legendary comic book inker commonly seen working with Jim Lee, Eric Silvestri and high school friend Whilce Portacio.
James Palmiotti (born August 16, 1961) is an Italian-American creator and writer of comic books, games and film, and an inker.
An American comic book artist and writer.
Ryan Sook is an comic book artist. He is well known for his work on X-Factor for Marvel, and many DC covers including Hawkman & Arkham Asylum: Living Hell.
John Kalisz is a comic book Colorist who has done much of his work at Marvel and DC Comics. He has been nominated several times for the Comics Buyer's Guide "Favorite Colorist".
Comic book writer and illustrator best known for his work on the Legion of Super-Heroes and Justice League International.
An American comic book writer/artist, known for his work on Thor, Fantastic Four and X-Factor for Marvel, and Manhunter and Orion for DC Comics.
Longtime conventional and digital letterer, Illustrator, and digital designer.
Colorist. Best known for his work at DC Comics (including WildStorm and Vertgio) and his collaborations with Jim Lee and Scott Williams.
An Irish-American comic book artist, perhaps best known for her work on the Power Girl series.
Steve Rude is an American artist, painter, writer and comic book illustrator. He is best known as the co-creator of Nexus with writer Mike Baron.
Bill Willingham is an Eisner award winning writer and also an illustrator. He is known for his work on Fables and Jack of Fables for Vertigo, Shadowpact and Robin for DC Comics, and Elementals for Comico. He is currently writing Jack of Fables and Fables.
A Brazillian comic book artist.
Paul Levitz has been with DC Comics since 1972. Former President and publisher, and has now gone back to write the Legion of Super-Heroes for the third time.
Gail Simone is an American comics writer who has written for the DC titles Wonder Woman and The All-New Atom. She penned Wildstorm's Gen13 reboot and Welcome To Tranquility, Birds of Prey and Secret Six, Dynamite's Red Sonja, & Dark Horse's Tomb Raider. She currently writes for Marvel, working on Domino.
Dan Abnett is a British comic book writer, novelist and screenwriter.
Peter J. Tomasi has been an Editor at DC Comics since 1993 overseeing numerous titles with the occasional writing job. In 2007 he transitioned into writing full time. Currently, he is penning Batman and Robin and Superman/Wonder Woman.
A prominent writer for Marvel, Valiant and DC Comics, Greg Pak is especially known for his extended work on the Hulk and Hercules as well as his recent work on Action Comics, Batman/Superman, and Storm
Spanish Artist best known for his career at DC Comics during the 1970's, 80's and 90's. His artwork was often used for style guides and stock images in various DC Comics merchandise and still is to this day.
Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo.
Shane Davis is an exclusive artist for DC Comics. New to the genre, but certainly on the rise, Davis' most well known work would be his Superman: Earth one series.
Penciller, Inker and Cover artist (Iron-Man, Spawn, Thor, Uncanny X-Men and Final Crisis: Revelations).
An artist and co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He is also the co-owner of the magazine Heavy Metal.
A penciller/inker working for DC Comics.
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