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|Born||William Blake Everett|
May 18, 1917
|Died||February 27, 1973 (Age 55)|
William Blake Everett (born May 18, 1917; died February 27, 1973) was a comic books writer who created Namor and Iron Fist as well as co-creating Daredevil. He is credited for his works on The Marvel Super Heroes, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and Ultimate Spider-Man.
He has also gone under the names Willie Bee and Bill Roman.
He is the descendant of poet William Blake and Springfield, Massachusetts Richard Everett.
He started working for Timely Comics and stayed when it became Atlas and later Marvel Comics.
He also worked on Hulk, Tales to Astonish, and Doctor Strange.