Enrique Alcatena

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Enrique Alcatena
Born 1957
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nationality Argentine
Area(s) Artist

http://www.alcatena.com

Enrique Alcatena (born 1957) is an Argentine comic book artist.

Biography[edit]

Alcatena became famous in his country during the 1980s collaborating for local magazines like Skorpio and Nippur. He also worked for the children's magazine Anteojito where his work was mostly surreal fantasy full of mythology. Most of these stories were also published in European magazines, translated to English, Italian and French.

In the 1990s, he worked for such major American comic publishers as DC, Marvel and Dark Horse. Among several other titles, he illustrated issues of Batman, Conan the savage, the Fantastic Four, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Aliens..

Bibliography[edit]

Comics work includes:

Argentina publishers[edit]

  • El Mundo Subterráneo
  • Los Viajes de Faustus
  • Pesadillas (Ediciones Record)
  • Skorpio #134 (La Fortaleza Olvidada) (1987); #141-144 (La Fortaleza Móvil) (1987–88) (with Barreiro) (Ediciones Record)
  • Ulrik El Negro

DC[edit]

Marvel[edit]

Other publishers[edit]

  • Brath #6, 11 (with Chuck Dixon, Crossgen, 2003–04)
  • El Libro Secreto de Marco Polo (with Ricardo Barreiro)
  • Judge Dredd Megazine (vol. 3) #36-38
  • Predator vs Judge Dredd #1-3 (mini-series) (with John Wagner, Dark Horse Comics, 1997)
  • The Spider: Reign of the Vampire King #1-3 (mini-series) (with Timothy Truman, Eclipse Comics, 1992)
  • Starblazer:[1] (D.C. Thomson & Co.) #7, 175, 179, 277 (with Mike Knowles, #16, 24, 125 (with J. Albert), #29, 59 (with W. Webb), #31, 54, 62, 77, 81, 166-167, 170 (with Ray Aspden), #32 (with M. Chamberlain), #36 (with S. Neeld), 45, 127, 177 (with Grant Morrison), 47 (with C. Shelborne), 49, 75, 122, 154, 162 (with W. Reed), 56 (with S. Neeld), 66 (with J. Speer), #64, 141, 200, 271 (with Mike Chinn), 88 (with M. Stall), 144 (with R.H. Bonsall), 149 (with M. Furnass), 161 (with N. Jordan), 168 (with John Smith, #190, 199, 260, 274 (with Alan C. Hemus, #190); #196 (with W. Corderoy); #262 (with Dave H. Taylor)
  • Toxic! #7-11, 16-18 (with Alan Grant, 1991)
  • Subterra (with Ricardo Barreiro and Chuck Dixon, 4Winds Publishing Group, 1989)

Compilations[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Starblazer issue guide, Down The Tubes

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