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Al Gabriele - Biography - Golden Age of Comics
... some of it reprinted in the 1960s Silver Age of comic books and in the modern era, includes penciling and inking the debut of the Black Marvel, an early creation of future ... (with Alex Schomburg) the 40-page lead story in Sub-Mariner Comics #3 (Fall 1941) and inking character-creator Bill Everett in Sub-Mariner Comics #4 (Winter 1941) ... On Captain America, Gabriele inked pencil art by co-creator and future industry legend Jack Kirby on some stories in Captain America Comics #3-4 (May–June 1941) and All Winners ...
Timely Comics - Timely Characters and Creators
... List of characters making multiple appearances, either in Timely Comics solely or in Timely and subsequent companies Atlas Comics and Marvel Comics Character Debut. 2011) Angel Marvel Comics #1 (Nov ... Archie the Gruesome Comedy Comics #10 (Jun ...
Al Gabriele - Golden Age Reprints
... or (p)(i) for penciler inker Marvel Super-Heroes #15 (July 1968) Mystic Comics #5 (March 1941) "Origin of the Black Marvel" (p)(i) The Invaders #10 (Nov. 1976) Captain America #22 (January 1943) "The Wrath of the Reaper" The Original Black Cat #6 (Aug. 1991) Pocket Comics #1 (Aug ...

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