Joe Simon, The Co-Creator Of Captain America Has Died At Age 98

Joe Simon, The Co-Creator Of Captain America Has Died At Age 98

Outsiders - December 15, 2011

Joe Simon, the co-creator of Captain America and one of the comic-book industry's most revered writers, artists and editors, has died. His family said Thursday that the 98-year-old artist and writer died Wednesday night in New York City after a brief illness.

Simon, along with artist Jack Kirby, helped create several comic icons, including Captain America for Timely Comics, the predecessor of what is now Marvel.

Source: USA Today


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