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Joe Staton started at Charlton Comics, then worked briefly at Marvel before being bought out by DC. He illustrated such events as the death of Earth-Two Batman and the JSA's origin. Over the course of his career, he's worked on Showcase, Superboy and the Legion of Super-heroes, Metal Men, The Huntress, The New Guardians, Green Lantern, and Green Lantern Corps.
Pat Broderick is an American comics artist, known for his work on the Micronauts and Alpha Flight for Marvel Comics, and Legion of Super-Heroes, Captain Atom and Green Lantern for DC Comics. Broderick also pencilled the four-part "Batman: Year Three" storyline, written by Marv Wolfman, which detailed the first meeting of Batman and Dick Grayson as well as Tim Drake's first appearance.
Bruce Patterson is an american comic book artist who began working for DC comics as an inker and letterer for Marvel in the late 70's. Over the next two decades he continued his work with the two major publishing houses as an inker/letterer and sometimes penciller, occasionally doing cover art. Bruce's most notable works include Action Comics and the Invincible Iron Man.
Bright (credited as M.D. Bright, Mark Bright and Doc Bright) is an American comic book artist whose career began in the late 1970s and had notable runs on Falcon, Power Man and Iron Fist, and Solo Avengers at Marvel before going over to DC where he was the main Green Lantern artist for years, also working on Action Comics and the League of Batmen mini-series. Bright was also the main penciler on Milestone Comics' Icon and Acclaim Comics' Quantum and Woody. He would transition mostly into storyboarding films in the late 1990's.
Filipino artist Romeo Tanghal started working in comics after graduating high school. He emigrated to the United States in 1976 where he drew short stories for DC's House of Mystery, House of Secrets, and Weird War Tales. He later became the inker on such features as Super Friends, Scalphunter, and Gravedigger. In 1980, Tanghal became the inker of George Pérez's pencils for The New Teen Titans. Tanghal began working for Marvel Comics in 1986, working on their series of 80s movie adaptations.