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Leonardo Manco (born December 16, 1971) is an Argentine comic book artist and penciller. He did the art for Gears of War: Midnight.

BibliographyEdit

Manco is best known for his dark and gritty style on such titles as Hellstorm (1994), Blaze of Glory (2000, #1-4), Apache Skies (2002, #1-4), Deathlok Vol.3 (1999–2000) and Hellblazer (2004).[1]

Other work by Manco has included Archangel #1 (1996), Werewolf By Night Vol.2 #1-6 (1998), Doom #1-3 (2000) and Doom: The Emperor Returns #1-3 (2002).

In 2004 he drew an original graphic novel - Hellblazer: All His Engines, written by Mike Carey, was the regular artist on the Hellblazer series.[1] In June 2004 Manco was signed to a two-year exclusive contract with DC Comics.

Manco is the artist on War Machine series from Marvel Comics.[2]

He currently lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

BibliographyEdit

Comics work includes:

DC ComicsEdit

  • Hellblazer #194-195, 200-205, 207-228, 230-237, 239-242, 247-249
  • Hellblazer: All his Engines (graphic novel)
  • Gears of War: Midnight

MarvelEdit

  • Druid #1-4 (mini-series) (1995)
  • Hellstorm: Prince of Lies #8, 12-13, 15-16, 18-21 (1994)
  • War Machine (2008-ongoing series)

Collected ComicsEdit

  • Hellblazer (DC Comics):
    • Stations of the Cross (with Mike Carey, collects #194–195 and 200, ISBN 1-40121-002-3)[3]
    • Reasons to be Cheerful (with Mike Carey, collects #201-205, ISBN 1-40121-251-4)[4]
    • The Gift (with Mike Carey, collects #207-212, September 2007, ISBN 1-40121-453-3)[5]
    • All His Engines (with Mike Carey, graphic novel, Vertigo, 2005, paperback, ISBN 1-40120-317-5,[6] hardcover, ISBN 1-40120-316-7)[7]
    • Empathy is the Enemy (with Denise Mina, collects #214–222, ISBN 1-40121-066-X) [8]
    • The Red Right Hand (with Denise Mina, collects #224–228, ISBN 1-40121-342-1) [9]
    • Joyride (with Andy Diggle, 192 pages, Vertigo, February, 2008, ISBN 1-40121-651-X, Titan, April 2008, ISBN 1845767756)[10] collects:
      • "In at the Deep End" (Hellblazer #230-231, 2007)
      • "Wheels of Chance, Systems of Control" (Hellblazer #232-233, 2007)
      • "Joyride" (Hellblazer #234-237, 2007)
    • The Laughing Magician (with Andy Diggle, 128 pages, August 2008, ISBN 1-40121-853-9) collects:
      • "The Passage" (Hellblazer #239, 2007)
      • "The Laughing Magician" (Hellblazer #240-242, 2008)

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 | last = Irvine | first = Alex | author-link = Alexander C. Irvine | contribution = John Constantine Hellblazer | editor-last = Dougall | editor-first = Alastair | title = The Vertigo Encyclopedia | pages = 102–111 | publisher = Dorling Kindersley | place = New York | year = 2008 | ISBN = 0-7566-4122-5 | oclc = 213309015
  2. SDCC '08 - Pak & Rosemann Talk War Machine, July 25, 2008
  3. Stations of the Cross trade details
  4. Reasons to be Cheerful trade details
  5. The Gift trade details
  6. All His Engines trade details
  7. All His Engines hardcover details
  8. Empathy is the Enemy trade details
  9. The Red Right Hand trade details
  10. Hellblazer: Joyride tpb details

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