Publisher and Editor of the Fox Feature Syndicate line of Golden Age comics.
Argentinian artist who worked for DC/National Periodicals beginning in the 40s on characters like Aquaman and Shining Knight, later went on to co-create Marvel's Red Raven.
Writer, colorist who worked for Hillman and Fawcett in the early 40s.
Prominent Golden Age Artist of Atlas Comics, Timely Comics and Marvel Comics. Also a co-creator of Black Widow and the Crimson Dynamo.
Artist who worked for several publishers during the early 40s.
One of the Golden Ages most noted artists, Lou Fine, stood out from many of his contemporaries thanks to the level of detail and accuracy of his work.
Artist who worked primarily for Fiction House in the 40s and 50s.
George Tuska was an artist for Marvel during the 1970's.
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. A.K.A. Alex Boon.
Artist, writer sometimes credited as Fred Ricks who worked for several publishers in the Golden Age, primarily National Periodicals/DC.
Artist for Archie Comics and co-creator of Madame Satan, the Hangman, & Sam Hill, Private Eye
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