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Carmine Infantino (1925–2013)

Carmine Infantino's life-long assocation with comics began at an early age when, as a fan, he spent much time trying to find the people who drew the comics. At the age of 15 he met and befriended "Lone Ranger" artist Charles Flanders, who acted as a mentor and teacher to the budding artist. Infantino entered the comics industry in 1942, getting a ... See full bio »

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Young Justice Writer
Batgirl Writer
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  Batgirl (character) (announced)
 2012 Deadman (TV Series) (creator - 2012, uncredited)
  Human Target (TV Series) (based on the DC Comics characters created by - 17 episodes, 2010 - 2011) (characters - 8 episodes, 2010 - 2011)
- Marshall Pucci (2011) ... (based on the DC Comics characters created by)
- The Trouble with Harry (2011) ... (characters)
- Kill Bob (2011) ... (characters)
- Imbroglio (2011) ... (characters)
- Cool Hand Guerrero (2011) ... (characters)
 2010 Young Justice (TV Series) (creator)
 2009 Batgirl: Year One (Video) (characters: Barbara Gordon/Batgirl, Black Canary & Mark Desmond/Blockbuster - uncredited)
 1992 Human Target (TV Series) (based on the DC Comics series created by - 1 episode)
- Unaired Pilot (1992) ... (based on the DC Comics series created by)
 1978 Challenge of the Superfriends (TV Series) (characters - uncredited)
 1967 The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (TV Series) (character: Kid Flash - uncredited)
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He's a noted comic book artist best known for his work on the revived comic book title "The Flash" in the 1950s and '60s as well as his run on "Batman" which was marked at editor Julius Shwartz's insistance with the title character's chest symbol being changed to have the bat inside a yellow oval.

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