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Bill Everett

 (1917 - 1973)
Bill Everett was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York.  Bill Everett is known for comic-strip artist.

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Bill Everett


A comic-strip artist, Bill Everett had a distinctive style that combined cartooning and illustration.  He said he was much influenced by Dean Cornwell and Floyd Davis.  He was especially known for Namor the Sub-Mariner, and also did cover illustrations as well as numerous comic-book characters.  Entering the comic-book profession in the late 1930s, he did other comics including Hydroman, the Fin, and Namora, and he was the creator of Marvel's Daredevil.

His formal education was minimal as he dropped out of both high school and Boston's Vesper George School of Art, and taking up the western lifestyle, he worked on cattle ranches in Arizona and Montana, served in   ...  Displaying 750 of 1988 characters.



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About  Bill Everett

Born:  1917 - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Died:   1973
Known for:  comic-strip artist