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Fábio Moon

Fábio Moon
New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 10, 2010.
Born June 5, 1976
São Paulo, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Area(s) Artist
Notable works Casanova
Awards Eisner Award

Fábio Moon is a Brazilian comic book artist best known for his work on Casanova. He is the twin brother of fellow comic book artist Gabriel Bá.


Moon self-published PIXU, a horror comics anthology, with Bá and other comics creators Becky Cloonan and Vasilis Lolos. He also did the pencils for Joss Whedon's Dark Horse Presents mini Sugarshock.[1][2][3]



At the 2008 Eisner Awards, 5 won for "Best Anthology"[6] and Sugarshock won for "Best Digital Comic".[7]

De:TALES was nominated for the 2007 Eisner Award for "Best U.S. Edition of International Material".[8]

PIXU was nominated for the 2009 "Best Anthology" Harvey Award.



  • Grand Comics Database

External links

Biography portal
  • Fábio Moon at the Comic Book DB

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