X-Men

UNCANNY X-MEN (1963) #1 Published: September 10, 1963 Penciller: Jack Kirby Cover Artist: Jack Kirby […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man

Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, Inking by Steve Ditko. Spider-Man script by Stan Lee, Art by Steve Ditko […]

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Marvel Comics

MARVEL COMICS (1939) #1 Published: October 01, 1939 Writer: Ben Thompson Cover Artist: Frank Paul […]

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Fantastic Four

FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #1 Published: November 08, 1961 Writer: Stan Lee Penciller: Jack Kirby Cover Artist: Jack Kirby […]

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Captain America

CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS (1941) #1 Published: March 01, 1941 Writer: Jack Kirby Penciller: Jack Kirby Cover Artist: Jack Kirby […]

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Incredible Hulk

INCREDIBLE HULK (1962) #1 Published: May 01, 1962 Writer: Stan Lee Penciller: Jack Kirby Cover Artist: Jack Kirby […]

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Avengers

AVENGERS (1963) #1 Published: September 10, 1963 Penciller: Jack Kirby Cover Artist: Jack Kirby […]

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Gil Kane (1926 – 2000)

  Above: Daredevil, At Last—The Assassin! Issue #84, February 1, 1972, cover art by Gil Kane Worked for: Marvel, DC Comics Known For: Comic book art and co-creator of Green Lantern and Atom Gil Kane (born Eli Katz) was a Latvian-born American comic book artist whose innovative drawing technique brought new life and vibrancy to such classic superheroes as Spider-Man, Green […]

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Robert Crumb (born: 1943)

Worked for: Zap Comix, Underground Comix, The East Village Other, Weirdo Known For: Psychadelic, Erotica and Funk Americana images and the developer of the characters Fritz the Cat, and Mr. Natural and the iconic imagery of Keep on Truckin’ Robert Dennis Crumb is an American cartoonist and musician who often signs his work R. Crumb. His work combines the flavors of American folk […]

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John Romita Sr. (born 1930)

Above: The Amazing Spider-Man #50, a one-issue 1967 Spider-Man comic Written by Stan Lee with art by John Romita, Sr. Worked for: Timely Comics, Marvel and DC Comics Known For: Comic book art and editing and his depictions of Spider-Man John Romita was born in Brooklyn, New York, on January 24 1930, and showed a keen interest in drawing from […]

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