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Angelo Torres

Angelo Torres
Born (1932 -04-14) April 14, 1932
Santurce, Puerto Rico
Nationality American
Area(s) Penciller, Inker

Angelo Torres (b. April 14, 1932 in Santurce, Puerto Rico)[1] is an American cartoonist and caricaturist whose work has appeared in many comic books, as well as a long-running regular slot in Mad.

Contents

  • EC Comics 1
  • Atlas Comics 2
  • Warren Publishing 3
  • Mad Magazine 4
  • Bibliography 5
  • References 6
  • Sources 7
  • External links 8

EC Comics

Torres was friends with artist Al Williamson in the early 1950s and occasionally assisted him on work for EC Comics with fellow artists Frank Frazetta and Roy Krenkel (known as the Fleagle Gang). The story which was to be Torres' first solo EC story, "An Eye for an Eye" in Incredible Science Fiction #33 (Jan.-Feb. 1956), was rejected by the Comics Code and did not see print for the first time until 1971.

Atlas Comics

When the E.C. comics line failed after the enforcement of the Comics Code, Torres (and several other E.C. alumni) went to Atlas (later to be known as the Marvel Comics Group) and drew a number of short stories for their mystery titles in 1956-57.

Warren Publishing

Torres later worked for Warren Publishing under editor Archie Goodwin. He contributed art on 20 stories for Creepy, Eerie and Blazing Combat from 1964 through 1967.

Mad Magazine

From October, 1968 until March, 1980 he drew the satires of contemporary U.S. television shows as the penultimate feature in Mad magazine (whereas Mort Drucker drew the movie parodies in its opening portions).

He was named #61 in Atomic Comics' (retailer) list of The Top 100 Artists of American Comic Books.[2]

Bibliography

Page four of "Savage World" (Al Williamson with Torres, Krenkel and Frazetta), from Alien Worlds issue #4

Comics work includes:

References

  1. ^ Creepy Archives Volume 3 (Dark Horse Books, June 2009), p. 150.
  2. ^ The Top 100 Artists of American Comic Books: Numbers 50-61

Sources

External links

  • MadComplete list of Torres' work for
  • Angelo Torres at Comic Vine
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