Top 10 comics artists who created success for Marvel (Part 1)

Marvel Publishing, Inc – more commonly known as Marvel Comics, or Marvel for short, the company that publishes comics and related media. Currently, Marvel is the largest comic book publisher in the US, far ahead of its longtime competitor – DC Comics.

Marvel owns many famous superheroes such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, X-Men, Wolverine, Hulk, Fantastic Four, Captain America, villains like Doctor Doom, Green Goblin, Magneto, Galactus, Red. Skull … Most of the characters in Marvel are present in a world called the Marvel Universe, which is set against real cities like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Here are the top 10 comics artists who have worked at Marvel – who are said to have never failed to make the world stunned, loved, admired. Moreover, they are the main factors that make Marvel’s resounding success.

10. Tim Bradstreet:

In 1990, along with the popularity of Dragon Chiang, Tim Bradstreet became known as a cover artist. Tim Bradstreet impresses with his strong, bold strokes, which he uses with absolute opposition to highlight his work. “Noir”, “MAX”, “Welcome Back, Prank” are the original cover versions of the Punisher series that made fans unable to stop mentioning his name during the following years.

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9. Steve McNiven:

Steve McNiven is a Canadian comic artist. Started his career at comic entertainment company GrossGen, famous for the Meridinan, Sigil and Mystic series. When Steve McNiven started working for Marvel, his name began to be placed next to the success of the blockbuster works: Spider – Man (Spider-Man), Wolverine (Wolverine), The Fantastic Four (Ministry) the four superlatives) and Captain America (America’s Icon).

8. Jae Lee:

Jae Lee – Korean-American comic artist, known for his illustrious works such as Hellshock, The Inhumans and The Dark Tower: Gunslinger Born, Batman, Before Watchmen, DarknessL Prelude, The Incredible Hulk, X-Factor, … Jae Lee works in many different units: Marvel, DC Comics, Image Comics.

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7. David Finch:

In 1994, David Finch started his career at Image Comics with the Cyberforce series. In 2002, David Finch started working at Marvel, over a period of 8 years, David Finch illustrated a series of publications such as Avengers, Ultimate X-men and Moon Knight. David is well known for shaping solid, strong muscular characters. The image of “Wonder Woman” is associated with the name of David Finch.