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The Avengers (comic Book)
The Avengers
The Avengers
is the name of several comic book titles featuring the team the Avengers and published by Marvel
Marvel
Comics, beginning with the original The Avengers
The Avengers
comic book series which debuted in 1963.Contents1 Publication history1.1 1960s 1.2 1970s 1.3 1980s 1.4 1990s 1.5 2000s 1.6 2010s2 Collected editions2.1 The Avengers
The Avengers
(1963 series) 2.2 Avengers Vol. 2 (1996) 2.3 Avengers Vol. 3 (1998) 2.4 Avengers Vol. 4 (2010) 2.5 Avengers Vol. 5 (2013)3 Notes 4 ReferencesPublication history[edit] See also: List of Avengers titles In 1960, DC Comics
DC Comics
launched a comic book series featuring a team of superheroes called the Justice League
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Inker
The inker (sometimes credited as the finisher or embellisher or tracer)[1] is one of the two line artists in traditional comic book production. The penciller creates the initial drawing or sketch. Using a pen or a brush, the inker adds depth and shading to give the image more definition. Only then does the image take shape.[2] Inking was necessary in the traditional printing process as presses could not reproduce pencilled drawings. "Inking" of text is usually handled by another specialist, the letterer, the application of colors by the colorist.[3] As the last hand in the production chain before the colorist, the inker has the final word on the look of the page, and can help control a story's mood, pace, and readability
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Jim Valentino
Jim Valentino
Jim Valentino
is an American writer, penciler, editor and publisher of comic books.Contents1 Career1.1 1970s – 1992 1.2 Image Comics2 Bibliography 3 Notes 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] 1970s – 1992[edit]Cover to The Complete normalman trade paperback collecting the whole series.Valentino began his career in the late 1970s creating small press and mostly autobiographical comics. The early-mid-1980s saw normalman which first appeared as a back-up story in Aardvark-Vanaheim's Cerebus. Aardvark-Vanaheim's Dave Sim and Deni Loubert
Deni Loubert
(Sim's wife at the time) began publishing normalman as a 13-issue limited series but only did so until #8, when Loubert began her own publishing company, Renegade Press, which finished the series
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Penciller
A penciller (or penciler) is a collaboration artist who works in creation of comic books, graphic novels, and similar visual art forms, with focus on primary pencil illustrations, hence the term "penciller". In the American comic book
American comic book
industry, the penciller is the first step in rendering the story in visual form,[1] and may require several steps of feedback with the writer. These artists are concerned with layout (positions and vantages on scenes) to showcase steps in the plot.Contents1 Tools and materials 2 Notable creators and their techniques 3 Style 4 Workflow 5 See also 6 ReferencesTools and materials[edit] A penciller works in pencil. Beyond this basic description, however, different artists choose to use a wide variety of different tools. While many artists use traditional wood pencils, others prefer mechanical pencils or drafting leads
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Gene Colan
Colan may refer to: Places[edit]Colan, a village and civil parish in Cornwall, United Kingdom A beach in the Piura Region
Piura Region
of PeruPeople[edit]Gene Colan Joanne Colan Ioana Petcu-Colan Nicolae Colan Colan, a character in G.K
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Bob Harras
Robert "Bob" Harras (born January 11, 1959)[1][2] is an American comics writer and editor, who was editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics from 1995 to 2000 and currently serves as editor-in-chief of DC Comics. Career[edit] Harras started his career at Marvel as assistant editor for Ralph Macchio,[3] where he worked on such titles as The Saga of Crystar, Dazzler, ROM, U.S. 1, and Micronauts.[4] Later, Harras was chief editor of Marvel's X-Men
X-Men
and Midnight Sons lines. Harras also worked as writer on a number of comics, including a run on The Avengers lasting from 1992 to 1995, and the best-selling[5] 1988 limited series Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D.
Nick Fury vs

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Larry Hama
Larry Hama
Larry Hama
(born June 7, 1949) is an American comic-book writer, artist, actor, and musician who has worked in the fields of entertainment and publishing since the 1960s. During the 1970s, he was seen in minor roles on the TV shows M*A*S*H and Saturday Night Live, and appeared on Broadway in two roles in the original 1976 production of Stephen Sondheim's Pacific Overtures. He is best known to American comic book readers as a writer and editor for Marvel Comics, where he wrote the licensed comic book series G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, based on the Hasbro
Hasbro
toyline. He has also written for the series Wolverine, Nth Man: The Ultimate Ninja, and Elektra. He created the character Bucky O'Hare, which was developed into a comic book, a toy line and television cartoon.[1]Contents1 Early life 2 Career2.1 Early career 2.2 Acting 2.3 G.I
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Barry Windsor-Smith
Barry
Barry
may refer to:Contents1 Awards 2 People 3 Places 4 Other uses 5 See alsoAwards[edit] Barry
Barry
Award (for comedy)
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Paul Ryan (cartoonist)
Paul Ryan (September 23, 1949 – March 7, 2016) was an American comic artist. Ryan worked extensively for Marvel Comics
Marvel Comics
and DC Comics
DC Comics
on a number of super-hero comic book titles. He is best known for his 1991 to 1996 run as penciler on Fantastic Four, which represents his longest association with an individual comic book series
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Mike Deodato
Mike Deodato
Mike Deodato
(born 23 May 1963 in Campina Grande, Paraíba, Brazil), sometimes credited as Mike Deodato
Mike Deodato
Jr., is the professional pseudonym of Brazilian comic book artist Deodato Taumaturgo Borges Filho.Contents1 Career 2 Bibliography2.1 Dark Horse 2.2 DC 2.3 Image 2.4 Marvel 2.5 Other publishers3 Notes 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] One of Deodato's first works was a 1993 photo-realistic comic book adaptation of the television series Beauty and the Beast published by Innovation Publishing. Deodato became famous in the North American comic book industry for his work with writer William Messner-Loebs on Wonder Woman
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Ian Churchill
Ian Churchill
Ian Churchill
is a British comic book artist, who has mostly worked in the American comic book
American comic book
industry.Contents1 Career 2 Bibliography2.1 Awesome 2.2 DC 2.3 Image 2.4 Marvel3 Notes 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] Churchill's early work included stints on Supergirl,[1] Uncanny X-Men as well as the Deadpool: Sins of the Past limited series, in addition to a lengthy stay on Cable, the latter gaining him (along with writer Jeph Loeb) fan acclaim. Loeb and Churchill were to later team up to produce Coven and Lionheart for Awesome Comics. He was the initial artist for the most recent spin-off of the Teen Titans comic series, Titans, (vol. 2) which features the New Teen Titans of the Marv Wolfman/ George Pérez
George Pérez
era. In 2009 Churchill drew the "Code Red" story arc in Hulk, which introduced the Red She-Hulk
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Geoff Johns
Geoff Johns
Geoff Johns
(born January 25, 1973)[2] is an American writer for comic books, and a screenwriter and producer for film and television. Johns is the President and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics, and has been since 2010. His most notable work in other media has used the DC Comics characters Green Lantern, Aquaman, Flash, and Superman
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Michael Ryan (artist)
Michael Ryan is a comic book artist who has worked for Marvel Comics.[1] In 2004, Marvel Comics
Marvel Comics
signed a three-year contract with Ryan, whose first work was New X-Men: Academy X with Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir. Marvel's editor-in-chief, Joe Quesada, later said, "We don't want him anywhere else but here!"[1] Ryan had a brief tenure on Marvel's award-winning series Runaways with the writer Joss Whedon.[2] He and Sara Pichelli pencilled X-Men: Manifest Destiny #5 in 2008.[3] He also briefly drew the Mystique mini-series, as well as the New Excalibur series with the writer Chris Claremont. His latest work has been with Aspen Comics.[4] References[edit]^ a b Storniolo, Mike (November 30, 2004). "Michael Ryan Exclusive To Marvel". Comics Bulletin. Retrieved December 31, 2008.  ^ Smith, Zack (April 1, 2007). "Area artist Michael Ryan teams up with Joss Whedon
Joss Whedon
for Marvel's Runaways #25". Indy Week
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Alan Davis
Alan Davis
Alan Davis
(born 18 June[1]) is an English writer and artist of comic books, known for his work on titles such as Captain Britain, The Uncanny X-Men, ClanDestine, Excalibur, JLA: The Nail and JLA: Another Nail.Contents1 Early life 2 Career2.1 UK work 2.2 American work3 Bibliography3.1 DC 3.2 Marvel 3.3 Marvel UK 3.4 Other publishers 3.5 Collected editions4 Notes 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Alan Davis
Alan Davis
was born on 18 June.[1] Career[edit] UK work[edit]Cover of Amazing Heroes
Amazing Heroes
#85 (Dec 1985) by Alan DavisDavis began his career in comics on an English fanzine. His first professional work was a strip called The Crusader in Frantic Magazine for Dez Skinn's revamped Marvel UK line. Davis's big break was drawing the revamped Captain Britain
Captain Britain
story in The Mighty World of Marvel
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Olivier Coipel
Olivier Coipel
Olivier Coipel
(French: [kwapɛl]) is a French comic book artist, known for his work on books such as House of M, Legion of Super-Heroes and Thor.Contents1 Career 2 Bibliography2.1 Marvel Comics 2.2 DC Comics3 Notes 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] Coipel came to prominence and significant controversy as the artist of the American DC Comics
DC Comics
book Legion of Super-Heroes
Legion of Super-Heroes
during the tenure of writers Dan Abnett
Dan Abnett
and Andy Lanning.,[1] beginning with the "Legion of the Damned" story arc
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Jerome Opeña
Jerome Opeña is a Filipino comic book artist best known for his numerous collaborations with writer Rick Remender.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Bibliography3.1 Covers only4 Notes 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Opeña was born in the Philippines, and spent most of his childhood in Taiwan, where his father worked for an international agricultural organization that was based there
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