Chic Stone

Charles Eber “Chic” Stone broke into comics in 1939 at age 16, working for comic-book packager Eisner & Iger. In the 1940s, he worked on the original Captain Marvel for Fawcett Comics, and Boy Comics for Lev Gleason Publications. For Timely Comics, he contributed to Blonde Phantom Comics, Joker Comics, All Select Comics, and Kid Komics.

He left comics during the 1950s to become an art director for magazines, but returned during the 1960s to work for the American Comics Group (ACG) on Adventures into the Unknown. At Marvel Comics in the 1960s, he inked Kirby on Fantastic Four, X-Men, The Mighty Thor, and numerous covers.

Later he freelanced for DC Comics on Batman, occasionally ghosting for artist Bob Kane. He penciled numerous stories for Tower Comics’ T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, worked on Nemesis in ACG’s Forbidden Worlds and Unknown Worlds, plus did work for Dell Comics, Skywald Publications’ blackand- white horror magazines, and in the late 1970s and 1980s, he worked for Archie Comics, including its “Red Circle” and “Archie Adventure Series” superhero lines. Stone was inking for Marvel as late as The Mighty Thor #321 (July 1982). In the early 1990s, he drew commissioned art in Silver Age Kirby-Stone style for sales through dealers. [source: en.wikipedia.org]  

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