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Angel Medina (artist)

Angel Medina
Born March 25, 1964
Nationality American
Area(s) Penciller

http://www.angelmedinaart.com

Angel Medina (born March 25, 1964) is an American comic book artist known for his work for various comic book companies, including Megaton Comics, First Comics, Marvel Comics, and Image Comics.

Career

Medina began his career at Megaton Comics, illustrating such titles as Berserker and Megaton. He subsequently worked for First Publishing, on such titles as Dreadstar and Hammer Of God in the late 1980s, before starting to work for Marvel Comics on The Incredible Hulk, Warlock and the Infinity Watch, Blackwulf, Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Marvel Knights Spider-Man.

Later he went to work for Image Comics, illustrating Sam and Twitch, a spinoff of the title Spawn.[1] He later illustrated Spawn itself,[2] and Kiss: Psycho Circus, based on the rock music group Kiss.[3]

Notes

  1. ^ Sangiacomo, Michael (Jan. 16, 1999). "Spawn spin-off". The Plain Dealer. Pg. 3E
  2. ^ Szadkowski, Joseph (Nov. 25, 2006). "Plagues pummel Earth, good fights evil in Spawn". The Washington Times. Pg. C9
  3. ^ Webber, Brad (Dec. 28, 1998). "Bam! Pow! Local artists give big comics some competition". Chicago Tribune. Pg. 3

References

External links

  • Official website
  • Angel Medina at the Comic Book DB
Preceded by
Liam Sharp
The Incredible Hulk artist
1995-1996
Succeeded by
Mike Deodato


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