José Ladrönn

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José Ladrönn
Born José O. Ladrönn
1967
Minatitlán,[1] Veracruz, Mexico
Nationality Mexican
Area(s) Penciller, Inker
Pseudonym(s) Ladronn
Awards Best Painter/Multimedia Artist Eisner (2006)

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José Ladrönn (born 1967) is a comic book penciller and inker born in Veracruz, Mexico.

Biography[edit]

Comic book titles he has contributed to include Cable, Spider-Boy Team-Up, Superman Transilvane and Inhumans. In the 2006 he received an Eisner award (Best Painter/Multimedia Artis) for his work with writer and publisher Richard Starkings on Hip Flask: Mystery City, one of a series of Hip Flask one-shots published by Active Images.

In 2004 he worked with the Chilean author Alejandro Jodorowsky in the story Tears of gold published in the U.S. by Metal Hurlant magazine.

He also regularly contributes covers for various titles such as Marvel's Incredible Hulk and DC Comics' Countdown to Infinite Crisis: The OMAC Project.

He is currently working on a further Hip Flask volume as well Final Incal with Alejandro Jodorowsky.

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Interior comic work includes:

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Awards[edit]

  • 2006: Won "Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (Interior)" Eisner Award, for Hip Flask: Mystery City

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