Stone studied at the School of Industrial Art (later renamed the High School of Art and Design), and the Works Projects Administration School.
Stone died in 2000 in Autauga County, Alabama.
Charles "Chic" Stone was an American comic book artist. He started working around the 1940's for Fawcett Publications on the title Captain Marvel and for Timely Comics on lesser known titles. During the 50's he started working as an art director for various magazines. He returned to the comic book industry during the 60's and worked for DC Comics as a ghost artist for Bob Kane and George Papp on titles like Batman and Superboy. However, he soon started working for Marvel Comics as an inker for the works of Jack Kirby on the titles "The Fantastic Four" and "X-Men". He would continue working for Marvel, DC, Archie and many other comic book publishers during his career until his retirement. On his late days, Chic would often sell vintage-style art commissions.
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Links and References
- Stone at DC Comics Website
- Chic Stone at Wikipedia.org
- Stone at The Comic Book Database