Jorge Lucas is an Uruguayan/Argentinan comic book artist and penciller. He was born in Salto, Uruguay, where he lived till the age of 10, then moved to Argentina and acquired the Argentinian nationality.
Lucas first came to prominence in Argentina with his work on El Cazador de Aventuras, the highest-selling comic book in that country for several years. The series starred a character similar to DC Comics' Lobo and featured artwork heavily influenced by Simon Bisley's art style. On the title Lucas worked with Ariel Olivetti, Mauro Cascioli and Claudio Ramírez.
In the United States he is best known for his work for Marvel Comics on titles such as Inhumans, Mystique, Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk. He painted the arts of The Darkness: Shadows and Flame, which was written from Rob Levin.
Comics work (interior pencil art) includes:
- Darkness #79 (2009)
- Darkness, vol. 3, #7-10 (2009)
- Darkness: Shadows and Flame (2010)
- Ripclaw Pilot Season #1 (2007)
- Annihilation: Ronan, miniseries, #1-4 (2006)
- Black Panther #46-47, 51-54 (2002–03)
- Civil War: Front Line, miniseries (Nighthawk) #6 (2006)
- Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #1-2, 12 (2001–02)
- Incredible Hulk, vol. 2, #83-86, Annual 2001 (2001–05)
- Iron Man, vol. 3, #73-78, 83-85 (2004)
- Mystique #1-6 (2003)
- New Invaders #6 (2005)
- Starjammers, miniseries, #2-6 (2004–05)
- Wolverine #180 (2002)
- Wolverine: Xisle, miniseries, #1-5 (2003)
- X-Force #110-115 (2001)
- X-Men: Colossus Bloodline, miniseries, #1-5 (2005–06)
- "SOBREVIVENCIA DE LA HISTORIETA ARGENTINA 1992 - 2002". Tebeosfera.com. Retrieved 2010-12-26.
- "A Look Inside The Darkness: Shadows and Flame". Dreadcentral.com. 2010-01-28. Retrieved 2010-12-26.
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