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Rich Buckler

Rich Buckler

Real Name
Rich F. Buckler
Pseudonyms
R.F. Buckler; Validar; Ron Validar; The Swash

Employers
Marvel Comics; DC; King Features; Archie; Warren; Atlas/Seaboard; Solson; Continuity

Titles
Writer, Penciler, Inker, Cover Artist, [[Category:Marvel Staff/s|]], [[Category:Marvel Staff/s|]], [[Category:Marvel Staff/s|]], [[Category:Marvel Staff/s|]]

Characteristics
Gender

Place of Birth
Detroit , Michigan , United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death

February 6, 1949
May 17, 2017

Professional History

When given the chance in 1974 to draw the Fantastic Four title, Buckler fulfilled a decade-long dream; he stayed on the title for two years. During this period, Buckler created Deathlok a character which debuted in Astonishing Tales #25 (Aug. 1974).

Also during this period, Buckler hired the young George Pérez as his studio assistant.

In 1985 Buckler had a short but memorable run on the title The Spectacular Spider-Man with writer Peter David, where they produced the "The Death of Jean DeWolff" storyline.

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