Comics Legend Joe Sinnott Announces His Retirement

Comics Legend Joe Sinnott Announces His Retirement

The End Of An Era

Joe Sinnott is a comics artist legend and this week on Facebook his son announced that at the age of 92 he will be retiring at last. Here’s that announcement…

Joltin’ Joe wants to thank all the fans for their support of the Spidey strip through the years. Now today, at 92, and after working for Marvel for 69 years, Joe can announce that he is officially retired! 🌟

What a great run, Dad. We need to thank the following creators for their work on the Spidey strip during Joe’s incredible 27 year run on the strip: Stan Lee and Roy Thomas, who made this all possible. Letterers Stan Sakai and Janice Chiang, Pencilers Larry Lieber, Ron Frenz, Paul Ryan, Sal Buscema, Fred Kida, and for the past 22 years Alex Saviuk. Also a huge thanks to the inkers that “filled in” for Joe from time to time: Jim Amash, Terry Austin, Bob Wiacek, Mark Sinnott, Belinda Sinnott, Tim Estiloz and Jim Tournas. Thanks for making Spidey look good all these years Dad. I love you!

— Mark (your son and biggest fan)

Joe Sinnott has had a career that spans an amazing 69 years, working on every major Marvel character and everyone here at Tripwire wish him well.

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