Maxwell Charles Gaines, né Maxwell Ginsburg ou Maxwell Ginzberg (New York, 1894 - Lake Placid, 20 août 1947), et couramment appelé Max Gaines, est un éditeur américain de comics. Il est considéré comme l'inventeur du comic book, il eut un rôle important dans la création de Superman, édita les premières aventures de Flash, Green Lantern et Wonder Woman et fonda la maison d'édition EC Comics qui après sa mort fut reprise par son fils William Gaines.

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  • Maxwell Charles Gaines, né Maxwell Ginsburg ou Maxwell Ginzberg (New York, 1894 - Lake Placid, 20 août 1947), et couramment appelé Max Gaines, est un éditeur américain de comics. Il est considéré comme l'inventeur du comic book, il eut un rôle important dans la création de Superman, édita les premières aventures de Flash, Green Lantern et Wonder Woman et fonda la maison d'édition EC Comics qui après sa mort fut reprise par son fils William Gaines.
  • Maxwell Charles Gaines (c. 1894 - August 20, 1947) was a pioneering figure in the creation of the modern comic book. Born Maxwell Ginsburg or Maxwell Ginzberg, he was also known as Max Gaines, M.C. Gaines and Charlie Gaines.In 1933, Gaines devised the first four-color, saddle-stitched newsprint pamphlet, a precursor to the color-comics format that became the standard for the American comic book industry. He was co-publisher of All-American Publications, a seminal comic-book company that introduced such enduring fictional characters as Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and Hawkman. He went on to found Educational Comics, producing the series Picture Stories from the Bible. He authored one of the earliest essays on comic books, a 1942 pamphlet titled Narrative Illustration, The Story of the Comics.After Max Gaines' death, Educational Comics was taken over by his son Bill Gaines, who transformed the company (now known as EC Comics) into a pioneer of horror, science fiction and satirical comics.
  • Maxwell Charles Gaines ou M.C. Gaines, Charles Gaines, Charlie Gaines, nascido Maxwell Ginsburg ou Maxwell Ginzberg, em (c. 1894 — 20 de agosto de 1947, em Lake Placid, Nova York) foi a figura pioneira na criação das Histórias em Quadrinhos modernas. Em 1933, quando Maxwell idealizou a primeira quatro-cores, impresso em papel jornal emplastificado, o precursor para o formato de histórias em quadrinho coloridas, que se tornou parão para a indústria de histórias em quadrinhos americanas.Maxwell, mais tarde, tornou-se co-editor da All-American Publications, uma companhia de histórias em quadrinho semanal que introduziu personagens ficcionais como Lanterna Verde, Mulher Maravilha e Gavião Negro.Maxwell Gaines faleceu no dia 20 de agosto de 1947, em Lake Placid, Nova York.== Referências ==
  • Maxwell Charles Gaines, abreviado M.C. Gaines, también conocido como Charles Gaines, o como Charlie Gaines (nacido Maxwell Ginsburg o Maxwell Ginzberg c. 1894; falleció el 20 de agosto de 1947) fue un editor de cómic estadounidense.
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  • Maxwell Charles Gaines, né Maxwell Ginsburg ou Maxwell Ginzberg (New York, 1894 - Lake Placid, 20 août 1947), et couramment appelé Max Gaines, est un éditeur américain de comics. Il est considéré comme l'inventeur du comic book, il eut un rôle important dans la création de Superman, édita les premières aventures de Flash, Green Lantern et Wonder Woman et fonda la maison d'édition EC Comics qui après sa mort fut reprise par son fils William Gaines.
  • Maxwell Charles Gaines, abreviado M.C. Gaines, también conocido como Charles Gaines, o como Charlie Gaines (nacido Maxwell Ginsburg o Maxwell Ginzberg c. 1894; falleció el 20 de agosto de 1947) fue un editor de cómic estadounidense.
  • Maxwell Charles Gaines ou M.C. Gaines, Charles Gaines, Charlie Gaines, nascido Maxwell Ginsburg ou Maxwell Ginzberg, em (c. 1894 — 20 de agosto de 1947, em Lake Placid, Nova York) foi a figura pioneira na criação das Histórias em Quadrinhos modernas.
  • Maxwell Charles Gaines (c. 1894 - August 20, 1947) was a pioneering figure in the creation of the modern comic book. Born Maxwell Ginsburg or Maxwell Ginzberg, he was also known as Max Gaines, M.C. Gaines and Charlie Gaines.In 1933, Gaines devised the first four-color, saddle-stitched newsprint pamphlet, a precursor to the color-comics format that became the standard for the American comic book industry.
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