Rudy Nebres began his U.S. career at DC, on their horror titles, including House of Mystery and House of Secrets. From 1973–1977. Nebres began working for Marvel Comics in the mid-1970s, on such titles as Doctor Strange, Power Man and Iron Fist, Marvel Super Special, and John Carter, Conan, Nova,Warlord of Mars. He also contributed to Marvel's black-and-white magazine line, Curtis Magazines, most notably on Deadly Hands of Kung Fu. From 1980–1983, he worked for Warren Publishing on such titles as Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella, and 1984.