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Michael William Kaluta (American, b.1947)
Comic Book Art
Michael W. Kaluta (American, b. 1947): After producing drawings for dozens of fanzines in the early sixties, Michael W. Kaluta broke into professional comics with work for Charlton. Soon he was working for DC, where he produced standout horror and fantasy covers and stories. Among DC fans, Kaluta is perhaps most celebrated for his outstanding work on Carson of Venus, and the Shadow series. By 1976, Kaluta was largely out of monthly comic books, creating fantasy art in a workspace alongside fellow artists Jeff Jones, Bernie Wrightson, and Barry Smith, and this group became collectively known as "The Studio." Later Kaluta works have included the space opera Starstruck, stories about the Shadow, countless fantasy covers, book illustrations, and more
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