Justiniano

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Justiniano
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Justiniano at the New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 9, 2010.
Born Josue Rivera
Nationality American
Area(s) Penciller, Inker

Justiniano (born Josue Rivera[1]) is an American comic book artist.

His recent work includes the Doctor Fate feature in the 8-issue Countdown spin-off Countdown to Mystery mini-series (with the late writer Steve Gerber) from DC Comics.

His past work includes Evil Ernie, Chastity and The Omen for Chaos! Comics, and The Titans, The Flash, Beast Boy, The Human Race, Day of Vengeance, The Creeper, and 52 for DC.

He has worked with writers Brian Pulido, Geoff Johns, Ben Raab, Bill Willingham, and Steve Niles.

Justiniano has done artwork on such DC titles as 'The Human Race', 'Beast Boy', 'Day of Vengeance'. He worked on 'Chastity' and 'The Omen' at Chaos Comics, as well as some issues of 'Incredible Hulk' at Marvel. He lives and works in Connecticut.

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Comics work (interior pencil art) includes:

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On May 10, 2011, Justiniano was arrested on charges of first-degree possession of child pornography, in connection with a July 2010 incident in which he allegedly gave a thumb drive containing child pornography to an employee of a funeral home by mistake.[2]

In November 2, 2012, Justiniano was sentenced to 10 years -- suspended after he serves three years in prison -- and followed by 10 years probation, after he pleaded guilty to second-degree possession of child pornography. When asked if had anything to add, he replied “I think I’m good.”[3] [4]

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