Tag Archive: Carmine Infantino

Mar 20 2015

Crisis Explained Part 1: Enter the Multiverse (1940 – 1984)

You can almost set your clock to DC Comics reworking their universe. Since the mid-1980s and Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC has reset or tweaked the clock a number of times, filling in gaps or smoothing out inconsistencies in their narratives. So what is a crisis, and why are they so important? Today, a “Crisis” in …

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Feb 18 2014

Behind the Panels Issue 88 – Iron Man: Demon in a Bottle

Welcome to Issue 88 of Behind the Panels, the comic book show that finds its solutions in the bottom of a bottle. In this issue, the Australian government gets in on the comics publishing business, Aurealis Awards finalists are announced and Batman gets a new boss. THEN it’s a bunch of new #1 issues and …

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Apr 05 2013

Legendary DC Comics artist and editor Carmine Infantino dies at 87

Legendary comic book artist and former DC Comics editor Carmine Infantino has died aged 87. He is best known for his work on Batman and the Silver Age redesign of Flash. Brooklyn-born artist Infantino first began working for Harry “A” Chesler in the 1930s-40s during his freshman year of high school, for a studio that were seen …

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