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!!!"
A penciler and inker from the 1950s to his death in the early 1970s.
An American comic book writer, famed for his legendary run on Uncanny X-Men. His tenure on the title, which lasted from 1976 to 1991, is considered to be one of the greatest in the history of the medium.
The 2nd Editor in Chief for Marvel Comics. Also a Writer and legendary creator. Creations include Wolverine, Carol Danvers, Ghost Rider, Vision, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Valkyrie, Morbius, Doc Samson, and Ultron. Roy has also worked for Archie, Charlton, and DC among others over the years. Currently edits the fanzine Alter Ego.
One of the medium's most prolific artistic legends, Jack Kirby, "The King of Comics," was an artist, writer, and editor whose work spanned the Golden, Silver, Bronze and Modern ages of comics. Kirby created and co-created a multitude of Marvel and DC's most popular characters and many others, too. Kirby was one of the most respected artists of his time (though he didn't have personal knowledge of that, until later on), and remains so today.
Swingin' Sammy Rosen was one of Marvel's principal letterers during the 1960's.
Arthur "Artie" Simek, sometimes credited as Art Simek (January 6, 1916 - February 1975), was an American calligrapher best known as a letterer for Marvel Comics during the period fans and historians call the Silver Age of Comic Books.
John Byrne is a prolific superhero comic book writer and artist, and is well recognized for the changes he imparts to comic mythologies. He is famous for his work on Fantastic Four, Wonder Woman, Uncanny X-Men and many other projects.
Terry Austin is one of comic's most famous inkers.
James Shooter is a comic book writer, occasional fill-in artist, editor, and publisher. He has appeared as a character in a number of stories.
An American comic artist who helped rebirth the X-Men, creating some of the most iconic characters to date.
Tom Orzechowski is a lettering veteran best known as the letterer of the Silver Age X-Men titles.
Hard-working colorist for Marvel Comics for many years, she has gone by her maiden name Glynis Oliver since 1985.
Silver Age and Bronze Age artist best known for his Horror, War and Western Comics which he drew frequently for DC and Marvel.
A beloved comic book writer and editor. Roger Stern has had long and incredibly well-received runs on titles such as Avengers, Superman, Captain America and Spider-Man as well as countless others.
“Dashing” Don Heck was a legendary comic book artist who co-created Iron Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Wonder Man.
George Tuska was an artist for Marvel during the 1970's.
Sam Grainger was one of the creators of the character Cancer (one of the members of Zodiac Cartel).
Editor in Chief at Marvel Comics in the 1970's. He also wrote several comics for Marvel. He would later go on to edit titles for DC.
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).
Writer who worked for DC and Marvel in a career spanning from the 50s to 80s, winner of the 2005 Eisner Award for Excellence in Comic Writing. Legendary creator of such characters as Beast Boy, Doom Patrol, Deadman, Polaris and others.
Comic book Legend who worked through the Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper and Modern ages of comics. Legendary creator of Hal Jordan, Iron Fist, Abin Sur, Atom, Guy Gardner and Sinestro to name a few.
Irving Watanabe is a editor for marvel and is credited for many marvel comic books
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