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Don Heck's comic book illustration depicting …

Don Heck

American comic book artist


Don Heck was an American comic book artist known for his work with Marvel Comics during the Silver Age of Comic Books. He co-created several notable characters, including Iron Man, Black Widow, and Hawkeye. Heck's tenure at Marvel began in the mid-1950s, where he initially worked on horror and science fiction anthologies before transitioning to superhero comics. His artwork is characterized by a clean, dynamic style that contributed to the visual identity of early Marvel superheroes. Notable works include Tales of Suspense #39, which marked the first appearance of Iron Man, and The Avengers #1, where he illustrated the debut of the superhero team. Heck also worked for DC Comics and other publishers later in his career, contributing to titles such as The Flash and Wonder Woman.

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Vivid, Psychedelic, Detailed, Characters, Motion, Sci-fi, 1960s, 1970s, Silver Age of Comic Books, Superhero comics, Pop Art, Dynamic action poses, bold line work, vibrant colors, detailed backgrounds

Related artists:

Jack KirbySteve Ditko, Stan Lee, John Romita Sr.

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