Bob Brown was an American Comic Book Artist. His Career spanned from the 1940`s - 1970`s. His most notable works were, Space Ranger, Challengers of The Unknown, Daredevil and Super boy. Co-Creator of Talia Al Ghul and Multi-Man.
A penciler and inker during the Golden and Silver Ages of Comics.
Versatile DC comic writer of many genres, such as superhero, war, horror & mystery among others and the brother of Henry Boltinoff. He was also an editor and executive editor while at DC Comics. Sometimes credited under the pen names of Bill Kelley, Al Case, Bill Dennehy and Wesley Marsh.
Sheldon Moldoff is a legendary comic book artist for DC comics. Not the most polite guy to meet and not outgoing to fans. Moldoff co-created Poison Ivy, Mr. Freeze, Batwoman, Clayface (Matt Hagen) and the original Batgirl.
Golden age-Silver age Artist and Creator of well known characters such as Red Tornado and Dinah Laurel Lance (Black Canary).
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).
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.
Legendary artist for DC Comics. Working since 1939, Nick Cardy has worked on some of the earliest, most notable, DC issues. Cardy served as the lead artist for DC from 1970-1975. He also served in World War II and received the Purple Heart for being injured.
An American comic book artist and writer.
Golden and Silver Age Legend; Writer, Creator and Editor. He's worked on just about every known DC title from Batman to Wonder Woman. Robert is also the co-creator of Poison Ivy, Black Canary, Wonder Girl, Metal Men, Suicide Squad and The Flash as well as hundreds of DC War Comics.
Joe Kubert was an American comic book artist who is best known for his work on the DC Comics characters Sgt. Rock and Hawkman. He is also the founder of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. Joe is the grandfather of Katie Kubert and father to Andy and Adam Kubert both of whom are also artists.
Longtime DC writer, editor who began in the Golden Age and continued through the 80s.
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).
Frank Frazetta had the unique ability to create images of larger-than-life characters that become indelibly etched in our memories.
Ray Burnley was a Golden Age comics illustrator.
Writer. Wrote for DC in the 50s aka Ed Herron.
He is a comic book letterer and artist for DC and Marvel comics. Sometimes credited as Jon Costa.
Comic Book Artist who started working with Will Eisner before joining DC Comics where he drew hundreds of War and Horror comics in the seventies. He worked freelance for many other publishers later in his career.
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.
Legendary Inker, famously known for his work on Flash, Green Lantern, Batman and Detective Comics. He studied at the Art Student League alongside Joe Kubert. Mr. Giella received the Inkpot award in 1996. Also worked as a Ghost Artist for Bob Kane in the Batman comic strip.
Cover artist and colorist for DC Comics. He was a staff member of DC's production department from 1946 to 1981, rising steadily up the ranks to production manager and vice president of production.
Writer, artist who began working in comics in the 40s and worked into the 50s.
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.
A typewriter / word processor lettering system.
An artist for many of the early Marvel and DC Comics. He started out with penciling old horror comics for Marvel-predesasor Atlas Comics and DC Comics. In his later years he worked as an editor and a publisher at DC Comics/MAD.
Irving Novick started as a Golden Age artist at Archie Comics drawing superheros before spending the rest of his career at DC Comics where he drew interiors and covers for hundreds of comics all the way up til his retirement in the 1990's.
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