Mount Rushmore? I’d have a hard enough time limiting it to a Supreme Court of 9!
Jerry Siegel: Still he deserves to go first. In addition to all the others mentioned, he created Superboy. I agree that he has strong runs in both the Golden and Silver Ages.
Otto Binder: The Silver Age engine who brought so much to the table.
Elliott S! Maggin: Superman’s best writer of the 1970s and the all time greatest writer for Lex Luthor. In addition to the comics he also wrote two excellent novels, Superman: Last Son of Krypton and Miracle Monday.
Dan Jurgens: The key man in the triangle era which had its peak from 1990-1993.
the man just delivered month after month and he was drawing the book too.
Grant Morrison: All-Star, Final Crisis , JLA, Calvin Ellis, he gets the scope of what a Superman story is supposed to be.
Mark Millar: And I don’t think Red Son is his best work! For me, his best work is the twenty issues of Superman Adventures he did. He also gave us Huck.
Geoff Johns: A great run on the Super Books including a new origin and bringing back the Legion.
Kurt Busiek: His run on the Super Books at the same time might even have been better. He also gave us Superman: Secret Identity.
Alan Moore: He didn’t write much, but it was pure gold. His run on Supreme gave us a glimpse of how he’d do Superman monthly.
Mark Waid: JLA, Birthright and Kingdom Come are his resume. He also did my favorite evil Superman story with Irredeemable.
Brain Michael Bendis