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).
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.
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.
D.C. writer and editor who worked on Superman, Inferior Five, Secret Six, Shazam!, and the Legion of Super-Heroes. He maintained the continuity of Superman for over 20 years.
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.
Stanley Rawinis was born on November 24, 1916 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York to immigrant parents, Stanislaw Anton Rawinis and Angeline (Zurinski) Rawinis.
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.
Longtime DC writer, editor who began in the Golden Age and continued through the 80s.
Golden Age artist who worked in DC's early days when it was known as National Periodicals. Creator of Green Arrow, General Zod and Bizarro.
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.
The longtime editor of Superman during the Silver Age, co-creator of Aquaman, Roy Harper and Green Arrow as well as the 80-page Giant comic book.
A typewriter / word processor lettering system.
Under appreciated co-creator of Batman and Robin and Green Lantern along with the most notable DC characters ever, Bill Finger began writing during the Golden-age of comics. He has been inducted into the Eisner and Jack Kirby Hall of Fames. He also has an award named after him.
Golden age artist/creator who created the Riddler and is responsible for the 1948 redesign of the Batmobile. He was also an uncredited "Ghost" artist for Bob Kane for many years. Sprang was also a notable explorer in Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.
Canadian comic-book penciller, best known for his work on DC Comic's Superman. He later worked for Marvel and Gold Key Comics, amongst other publishers.
Longtime writer for DC, co-created Teen Titans, Metamorpho, and Doom Patrol. He also had an extraordinary run on The Brave & the Bold of over 100 issues. Won the '68 Alley Award for Best Full-Length Story.
Golden age-Silver age Artist and Creator of well known characters such as Red Tornado and Dinah Laurel Lance (Black Canary).
A Gold- Silver and Bronze age artist and a Legendary creator who developed such notables as Mystique, Spider Woman, Phantom Girl, Brainiac 5, and Hellstorm. Also worked under the Pseudonym Jay Noel.
Award winning Science Fiction writer, married to Leigh Brackett (screenwriter of 'The Empire Strikes Back'). Hamilton was one of the primary writers on 'Superman' comics.
Tatjana Wood is a comic book artist.
Born in Germany, her given name was "Tatjana Weintraub", which was changed when she married Wally Wood. Tatjana attended the Traphagen School of Fashion in New York in 1947. In the 1950's she began work with EC on "Two Fisted Tales". In the 1970s, she worked on DC's "Animal Man". In 1971 and 1974 she won the Shazam Award for best colorist.
Writer. Wrote for Congo Bill.
Mr. Oda worked with Simon & Kirby in the 1940s and 1950s, did title lettering for Mad and other EC Comics in the 1950s, did a lot of DC work through the 1970s and into the 1980s.
Legendary, Golden-Silver Age Inker. One of the artists who worked on many titles in the DC line-up at their infancy.
Inker for many Golden Age and Silver Age comic books for Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
Writer. Wrote for DC in the 50s aka Ed Herron.
Bob Kane, Legendary artist and co-creator of Batman (co-creator Bill Finger). He was inducted into both the comic book industry's Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1994 and then the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1996.
Golden-Silver Age Artist (1909-1993) and worked as an uncredited Ghost artist for Bob Kane. Also the creator of the popular Doctor Fate.
Writer and editor for DC Comics. Created characters such as 'Mazing Man, Mister E, The Calculator and Duela Dent. He was the Teen Titans writer from 1976-1978.
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