These goos are from the Comics category, people famous for their work in comic books and comic strips. Browse another way.

Alan Moore

All together, this writer is responsible for a league of extraordinary watchmen with a vendetta from hell. Go »

Alison Bechdel

People who only know her 3-step test for cinematic gender equality will have to watch out for her genius comics about LGBT life. Go »

Bill Watterson

His decade (1985-1995) of drawing a mischievous six-year-old boy, and his stuffed tiger who came to imaginary life, was considered too short by many fans. Go »

Bob Kane

This artist co-created a very popular vigilante based on a flying mammal. Go »

Brian Michael Bendis

Oh, your comic book character has super powers? Big deal. This guy has the ultimate power. Go »

Cathy

Post-feminism means chocolate addiction and complaining about work? Go »

Charles M. Schulz

Good grief! To anyone who dismisses his comic strip as childish, I say "nuts." Go »

Frank Miller

Gotham City and Sin City have 300 things in common Go »

Garry Trudeau

Life goes on for this Bush-bashing cartoonist after winning a Reuben, a Pulitzer, and almost an Oscar. Go »

Hank Ketcham

His mischievous son was the namesake and inspiration for his world-renowned comic strip. Go »

Harry Lampert

His work with his most famous creation was over in a flash, but I guess that's how the cards fall. Go »

Harvey Pekar

Cleveland came alive in his splendid works. Go »

Hergé

Transforming European art over sixty years must have been quite an adventure. Go »

Jack 'King' Kirby

He was drawn to characters like Captain America, Hulk, the X-Men, and the Fantastic Four. Who's the king? Go »

Jim Lee

This former best-selling Marvel artist mutated into the head of DC Comics. Go »

Kaja Foglio

Combine her artistic and storytelling talent with her husband's and together they make a genius. Go »

Marjane Satrapi

Iran in black and white Go »

Mike Peters

His muses are his TV mother and fairy tales. Go »

Professor X

This professor's original goal of educating his uncanny students soon mutated into a super battle for their civil rights. Go »

Robert Kirkman

His zombie-filled comics for Image and Marvel have inspired a successful transition to television. Go »

Robert Mankoff

New Yorkers wouldn't get their weekly dose of wit without this cartoonist wrangling the written words beneath them. Go »

Rube Goldberg

Technological inefficiency is the legacy of this rodent collector. Go »

Scott Adams

This cartoonist and former engineer has been a big success at skewering big business. Go »

Sergio Aragonés

You'd think an artist known for getting lost and being temperamental wouldn't last long in the industry. Go »

Snoopy

In his Sopwith Camel, he redefines the term dogfighter. Go »

Spider-Man

If Doctor Octopus or the Green Goblin come to town, just call on your friendly neighborhood celebrity goo. Go »

Stan Lee

He couldn't draw, but that didn't stop him from creating Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and many other classic superheroes. Go »

The Joker

Why so serious? Go »

Todd McFarlane

This guy sure spawned some popular comic books. Go »

Todd McFarlane

His image of being an atheist reflects in his stories. No clowning around here! Go »

Tom King

His CIA work informed his novel about powerless superheroes in a world of terror, which in turn informs his comic book writing today. Who's the king? Go »

Vampirella

Doesn't this alien beauty get cold in that costume? Go »

Will Eisner

This spirited artist was so good that every year, his name is synonymous with greatness in the comics industry. Go »

Zhang Bin

Orange you glad I told you about this artist? Go »