Famous comic strip writers

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For most of my formative years, I had virtually no concept of the creators behind comic books. Marvel was my first love, and aside from the occasional Stanly the Manly appearance before the Fantastic Four cartoons , the universe existed independent of authorship in my mind. Comic Book Herald is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a qualifying affiliate commission. Any size contribution will help keep CBH alive and full of new comics guides and content. Thank you for reading!

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Here are the results! The master of the space opera, Jim Starlin took to comic writing after serving in the armed forces as a photographer in Vietnam. Starlin crossed into the professional arena after selling two comic storylines to DC Comics and signing on with Marvel for an assignment on the Amazing Spider-Man. Starlin was such a success and a prolific storyteller that he wrote countless stories both published and unpublished featuring hosts of characters for Marvel and its chief rival DC.

Dave’s Faves: Best Comic Book Writers of All Time!

Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Things you buy through our links may earn us a commission. No radioactive spider bite, atomic explosion, or shadowy experiment granted the medium the sort of ability that would have allowed it to arrive on earlyth-century drugstore racks as glossy, fully formed vehicles for sophisticated entertainment. Rather, it took a steady progression over the course of more than 75 years for the form to fully understand, and then harness, its powers. When the first comics arrived on newsstands in the early s, they were a cynical attempt to put old wine in new bottles by reprinting popular newspaper comic strips.
Sometimes that takes the form of unranked lists. They are all unranked, because all of the people, movies, shows, comics, props and so on have equal standing for us. To celebrate the last 25 years in comics, we're looking back at the greatest comic book artists from the last quarter century. Before anyone cries outrage at why George Perez and Walt Simonson are not on this list, despite continuing to produce amazing work, please remember that we're just talking about seminal works from the last 25 years. We based our criteria on a balance of unique creativity, distinct or influential style, longevity, and impact, as opposed to quantity or how big the profile was of said project s.