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Name:

    Carmine Infantino Type: Common Alternative Name

Other Names:

  1. Cinfa Type: Pen Name
  2. C. Infantino Type: Common Alternative Name
    Given name: C. Family name: Infantino
  3. Carmine Michael Infantino Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Carmine Michael Family name: Infantino
  4. Rouge Enfant Type: Pen Name

Schools:

  1. Brooklyn Museum Art School ? to ?

  2. Queens College of the City University of New York (CUNY) ? to ?

  3. Art Students League of New York ? to ?

  4. High School of Industrial Arts [NYC] ? to ?


Signatures:

  1. After [generic]
  2. Carmine Infantino [generic]
  3. CI [generic]
  4. CInfantino [generic]
  5. Inf- [generic]
  6. Infantino [generic]
  7. Rouge Enfant [generic]
  8. Rouge Enfant [big T]

Awards:

  1. 1958: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Comic Book Division
  2. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Artist
  3. 1962: Alley Awards - Best Pencil Artist
  4. 1963: Alley Awards - Best Artist
  5. 1964: Alley Awards - Best Pencil Artist
  6. 1969: Alley Awards - Special Award
  7. 2000: Eisner Award - Hall of Fame - Voter's Choices
  8. 2000: Inkpot Award - [no name]

Awards for Issues:

  1. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Single Issue
    The Flash (1959 series) #123

Awards for Stories:

  1. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Cover
    Flash of Two Worlds! (The Flash) cover, 1p
  2. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Story
    Flash of Two Worlds! [Chapter 1] (The Flash) comic story, 10.7p
  3. 1962: Alley Awards - Best Book-Length Story
    The Planet That Came to a Standstill! (Adam Strange) comic story, 24p
  4. 1964: Alley Awards - Best Comic Book Cover
    Castle with Wall-to-Wall Danger! (Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder) cover, 1p
  5. 1964: Alley Awards - Best Short Story
    The Doorway to the Unknown! (The Flash) comic story, 11.67p

Art Influences:

Influences by Carmine Infantino (b. 1925) were stated by:
  1. Enrique Alcatena (b. 1957)
  2. Cliff Biggers (b. 1953)
  3. George Broderick (b. 1957)
  4. Fred Hembeck (b. 1953)
  5. Gilbert Hernandez (b. 1957)
  6. Steve Leialoha (b. 1952)
  7. Warren Prindle (b. 1959)

Memberships:

  1. Academy of Comic Book Arts Type: member
    Notes: Co-founder.

  2. National Cartoonist Society Type: member


Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication Title: Ariel: A Fantasy Magazine #1 (magazine) - Role: artist - Year: 1976
    Employer Name : The Morning Star Press
    Work Title: Will the Real Bruce Wayne Please Stand Up?
    Notes: Interior artwork (with Neal Adams and Bob Kane) for Tappan King's story in the magazine edited by Thomas Durwood.

  2. Publication Title: Justice League: An Adult Coloring Book (book) - Role: artist - Year: 2017
    Employer Name : DC Comics
    Notes: Interior B&W artwork for coloring.


Relations:

  1. Employee of - Bernard Baily Studio
    Notes: Did pencils and inks circa 1945.
  2. Employee of - Binder Studio
    Notes: Did backgrounds 1942 to 1943.
  3. Sibling - Jim Infantino (b. 1932)
  4. Employee of - Joe Kubert Studio (b. 1949)
    Notes: 1949.
  5. Employee of - L. B. Cole Studio (b. 1943)
    Notes: Did pencils and inks 1944 to 1945.
  6. Employee of - Simon and Kirby Studio (b. 1941)
    Notes: Did freelance pencils and inks circa 1948.