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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From DC Database

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Carmine Infantino

Real Name
Carmine Infantino
Employers

Characteristics
Gender

Date of Birth
May 24, 1925

Creations
Barry Allen (Flash)

First publication

Unknown

Contents

Personal History

Personal History of Carmine Infantino is unknown.

Professional History

Professional History of Carmine Infantino is unknown.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • Infantino is the uncle of Massachusetts musician Jim Infantino, of the band Jim's Big Ego. He contributed the cover art to the group's album They're Everywhere, which features a song about Barry Allen.[1]

See Also

Work History


Official Website

  • None.

Links and References

  1. A compilation of DCAU clips accompany the song in this YouTube clip.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

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Carmine Infantino

Carmine Infantino
Gallery
Real Name
Carmine Infantino
Date of Birth

Contents

Work History

Images Attributed to Carmine Infantino

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

  • Gallery of Carmine Infantino's pictures
  • Quotations by Carmine Infantino
  • Carmine Infantino in the news

Official Website

  • None.

Links and References

  • None.




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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Carmine Infantino (born May 24, 1925) is a comic book artist and editor who illustrated a number of issues in the Marvel Star Wars comic series.

Infantino started in comics in 1941 illustrating for Timely Comics and later on worked for DC Comics on such titles as Green Lantern and The Flash. Infantino's most notable work came in the 1950s when DC was reviving many of their superhero comic titles. He illustrated the new version of the Flash in a series called Showcase, an issue which is now cited as the beginning of the Silver Age of Comics. Infantino was named publisher of DC Comics in the 1970s during a period of time when the company, and the industry as a whole, was struggling to survive; he soon returned to freelance work.

In the late 1970's, Infantino was the regular penciller for the Marvel Star Wars title, doing the art duties on nearly every issue up until the adaptation of the Empire Strikes Back. He, along with writer Archie Goodwin, was responsible for such creations as House of Tagge and the The Wheel.

Contents

Star Wars bibliography

Cover of Star Wars 14: The Sound of Armageddon by Infantino and Terry Austin

Penciller

  • Star Wars 11: Star Search
  • Star Wars 12: Doomworld
  • Star Wars 13: Day of the Dragon Lords
  • Star Wars 14: The Sound of Armageddon
  • Star Wars 15: Star Duel
  • Star Wars 18: The Empire Strikes
  • Star Wars 19: The Ultimate Gamble
  • Star Wars 20: Deathgame
  • Star Wars 21: Shadow of a Dark Lord
  • Star Wars 22: To the Last Gladiator
  • Star Wars 23: Flight Into Fury
  • Star Wars 24: Silent Drifting
  • Star Wars 25: Siege at Yavin
  • Star Wars 26: Doom Mission
  • Star Wars 27: Return of the Hunter
  • Star Wars 28: What Ever Happened to Jabba the Hut?
  • Star Wars 29: Dark Encounter
  • Star Wars 30: A Princess Alone
  • Star Wars 31: Return to Tatooine
  • Star Wars 32: The Jawa Express
  • Star Wars 33: Saber Clash
  • Star Wars 34: Thunder in the Stars
  • Star Wars 35: Dark Lord's Gambit
  • Star Wars 36: Red Queen Rising
  • Star Wars 37: In Mortal Combat
  • Star Wars 45: Death Probe
  • Star Wars 46: The Dreams of Cody Sunn-Childe
  • Star Wars 47: Droid World
  • Star Wars 48: The Third Law
  • Star Wars 53: The Last Gift From Alderaan
  • Star Wars 54: Starfire Rising
  • Star Wars Annual 2: Shadeshine
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void

Cover artist

  • Star Wars 12: Doomworld
  • Star Wars 14: The Sound of Armageddon
  • Star Wars 15: Star Duel
  • Star Wars 18: The Empire Strikes
  • Star Wars 19: The Ultimate Gamble
  • Star Wars 20: Deathgame
  • Star Wars 21: Shadow of a Dark Lord
  • Star Wars 22: To the Last Gladiator
  • Star Wars 23: Flight Into Fury
  • Star Wars 24: Silent Drifting
  • Star Wars 25: Siege at Yavin
  • Star Wars 26: Doom Mission
  • Star Wars 27: Return of the Hunter
  • Star Wars 28: What Ever Happened to Jabba the Hut?
  • Star Wars 29: Dark Encounter
  • Star Wars 30: A Princess Alone
  • Star Wars 31: Return to Tatooine
  • Star Wars 32: The Jawa Express
  • Star Wars 33: Saber Clash
  • Star Wars 34: Thunder in the Stars
  • Star Wars 35: Dark Lord's Gambit
  • Star Wars 36: Red Queen Rising
  • Star Wars 37: In Mortal Combat
  • Star Wars 48: The Third Law
  • Star Wars Annual 2: Shadeshine
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil
  • Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void

Sources

Wookieepedia has a collection of images related to Carmine Infantino.

External links

  • Interview at World Talk Radio (2005)
  • Interview at Comics Journal (2002)
  • Interview at Sequential Tart (2002)

This article uses material from the "Carmine Infantino" article on the Starwars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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