Rawhide Kid, art by Larry Lieber (1970)
Rawhide Kid (1970)

Larry Lieber is the younger brother of Stan Lee, the creator of numerous Marvel superheroes. Born in New York City in 1931, Lieber studied art at the Pratt Art Institute and the Art Students League. After his studies, he spent four years in the Air Force, before entering the world of comics.

Spider-Man, art by Larry Lieber
Spider-Man newspaper comic, art by Larry Lieber

Lieber wrote and drew stories featuring superheroes, monsters and cowboys, plus an occasional love story, while teaching art classes on the side. His first daily newspaper comic was 'The Incredible Hulk'. Later on, Lieber succeeded Fred Kida as the artist on the daily 'Spider-Man' comic, distributed by King Features and written by Stan Lee.

Spider-Man, art by Larry Lieber
Spider-Man, art by Larry Lieber

Laatste update: 2010-12-31

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