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!!!"
Golden-Silver Age Artist who worked for Marvel and Timely Comics. Also the creator of the Blonde Phantom.
He was a comic book writer and artist for Nedor & Marvel Comics.
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.
Inker for many Golden Age and Silver Age comic books for Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
Charles Nicholas is a pseudonym used by Jack Kirby, Charles Cuidera and Charles Wojtkowski.
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.
Golden age writer.
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.
Artist who worked for several publishers during the 1940s.
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".
Editor, writer, and artist for Charlton, Timely, Atlas, and Marvel Comics who worked on the lighter cartoon-style comics as well as westerns of the 40s and 50s.
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!
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.
Prominent Golden Age Artist of Atlas Comics, Timely Comics and Marvel Comics. Also a co-creator of Black Widow and the Crimson Dynamo.
Howard Purcell was an American comic-book artist and writer who worked during the Golden Age and Silver Age of comics.
American artist and illustrator
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
Artist who worked for Marvel/Atlas in the 40s and 50s.
Artist who penciled and penned comics for Timely in the early 40s.
Founder and editor for Timely Comics in its earliest days. Timely Comics would later become Marvel Comics.
Golden Age artist who worked for Timely Comics which later became Marvel during the 40s and 50's.
Artist who worked for DC alongside Gardner Fox in the Golden age of comics.
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